Grapevine-Colleyville Independent School District is a top rated, public school district located in Grapevine, TX. It has 13,857 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 15 to 1. According to state test scores, 88% of students are at least proficient in math and 86% in reading.
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High Schools in Grapevine-Colleyville Independent School District
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Grapevine-Colleyville Independent School District Reviews
I love how advanced the academics are here and how willing each and every teacher is to help our students grow as young adults. The teachers always remember their old students whenever they come back to say hi and see what's going on. The administration is extremely helpful when it comes to sports and fine arts. For example, the school funded our trip down to Austin when we performed for over 500 school administrators to show just how good our choir is. The school offers a myriad of classes that cater to all the students' needs like Animation, research class, advanced math and science classes, and even the option to learn from the local community college professor. With the high involvement of parents, we always feel at home at Colleyville Heritage!
I really love my experience at GCISD. I am currently an 8th grader at Heritage Middle School. GCISD has given many opportunities to me even as an eighth-grader and I really love it. GCISD has let me and other academically advanced students take high school and more advanced classes in middle school. I am currently taking three high school classes: Principles of Applied Engineering, PAP Geometry, and PAP Biology. GCISD has given me all the tools for a successful career and a happy life. I will say though that some of the schools in GCISD have some issues. For example: at our high schools, I believe there are many people that make bad decisions and do drugs. I also know that there are some bad teachers at my middle school, and other schools in the district, but that is expected for almost any school district.
My two years at Grapevine High have been (so far) the best two years of my life. Freshman year I decided to join the school’s cross country team. The summer leading up to my first day of highschool I spent at least three hours, six days a week running with my classmates, which made me a ton of new friends before highschool even started. Not only that, but I got to interact with upperclassmen and hear from them what awaited me. They would share with me which AP classes to take and helped me understand what a weighted and unweighted GPA meant. I admit highschool was definitely hard the first couple weeks, but I adapted quickly because the school supported me so much.