Hays Consolidated Independent School District is a public school district located in Kyle, TX. It has 19,215 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 16 to 1. According to state test scores, 71% of students are at least proficient in math and 69% in reading.
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Hays Consolidated Independent School District Reviews
My Experience at Hays high school has been a journey. From Freshman to Senior year it has been a great ride that i would never change. Yes theres been ups and down in my high school life but that is everyone. From being in both football and band it has taught me the value of team work, never giving up, and the value of friendship. Im saddened by the fact that this is my last year. But I’ve become one the most recognized people in my school for all my hard work. I have many people to thank for that too. Hays has taught me many things and has prepared me for my next step in life. Thank you Hays High school
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.
Learning through this system was very rewarding! I was faced with different challenges in a safe and open environment that helped challenge myself. The teachers in this district work very hard and I was provided with all the resources needed in order to be successful.