Hurst-Euless-Bedford Independent School District is a highly rated, public school district located in Bedford, TX. It has 23,120 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 17 to 1. According to state test scores, 87% of students are at least proficient in math and 81% in reading.
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Hurst-Euless-Bedford Independent School District Reviews
I'm currently a high school senior student at Trinity High School. The diversity of people is incredibly huge, its amazing! You get to know people from many parts of the world. The staff members are friendly and always lend a hand to help you. Although, it would be greatly appreciated is they would provide more information about colleges to students because sadly a lot of my classmates including myself struggle to get information for college and scholarships. You need to take initiative if you want to move forward.
The HEB District is one of the top districts within the state, and I can say that I completely agree with this fact! This district keeps expanding everyday and helps every child to find a field of work to already pursue within. In addition, all the schools within the district allows all the children to have acces to both materials and technological advancements! I truly am thankful for being within this district and I wouldn’t ask anybody to change a thing!
While in HEBISD, I attended Trinity High School class 2019. The teachers I had truly cared for their students, and really helped the students excel in high school and beyond. There are a lot of really good programs, both student led and official ones. Being involved in the community is a big part of many groups. While I heard about the darker side of campus (drug busts and such), if you don't want to be part of it, you wont be dragged in. I can't recommend the the AP, IB and Duel programs enough to get college experience and be with other students who have their education as their primary goal. HEBISD's efforts to make these programs effective, and students feel appreciated for their work, is really great. HEBISD is also a great place to be around people from all sorts of backgrounds and mindsets. Travel-abroad programs (such as THS's GAPP) are also amazing. My experience has been mostly positive. Many of my classmates haven't had such great times, but that's for them to tell.