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Hays Consolidated Independent School District is a public school district located in Kyle, TX. It has 18,654 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 17 to 1. According to state test scores, 69% of students are at least proficient in math and 69% in reading.
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21003 Interstate 35
Kyle, TX 78640
(512) 268-2141

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Average ACT
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Free or Reduced Lunch
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$8,710/ student
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Hays Consolidated Independent School District Reviews

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As the Kyle/Buda area expanded, so did the need for more schools under the Hays Consolidated Independent School District. The number of elementary schools was fitting for the number of children spread across both Kyle and Buda. But as those kids go to middle and then high school, space starts to diminish. While one high school had enough room for students to walk without bumping into another student, the other high school's students were shoulder to shoulder everytime they need to go to their next period. Another noticeable trait of the high schools is that they are very different. The high school that is on the side of the highway where it is predominately white has better teachers, better athletic teams, and a nicer building over all. The opposite high school has a large minority student body, more instances of drop outs, and sports team that usually lose. The difference in these schools in large and is known to anyone who lives within the Hays CISD School District.
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I have been part of the Hays District since middle school. My experience with Hays district was neither bad nor good,making it somewhat in the middle. What made it good was the college readiness. The AP teachers really out up an environment similar to college. Not only that, the things they taught, such as write essays the way college wants it written, dramatically improved my writing ability. With the pros, came the cons. One thing I will never miss about this district is the food. The food is simply not edible. Not only that, the administration is very biased towards some people. They pick favorites! As there were good times and bad times, I feel that my experience at Hays district was both good and bad.
In my opinion, my education has been great with excellent schools, unfortunately, I am one of the few who can say this. My high school, well, it isn’t exactly excellent, but it is better than the other highschool which is located down the street. Something that I would definitely like to see a change in is the high schools. As I said, my high school is better than the other and while you may think that it sounds like a good school, our graduation rate from Hays High School is about 60%. I would say that that is a very sorry percentage. I hope to see changes and improvements for the high schools and the high schools to come, in order to better benefit the upcoming classes. After all, the children are the future. Don’t we deserve proper education? Wouldn’t you want the people running your country or even your home town to be well educated?