International Leadership of Texas is an above average, public school district located in Richardson, TX. It has 10,239 students in grades K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 15 to 1. According to state test scores, 76% of students are at least proficient in math and 75% in reading.
Elementary Schools in International Leadership of Texas
International Leadership of Texas Keller K-8 Elementary School
- 1 review
International Leadership of Texas El - Katy
International Leadership of Texas Elementary School - North Richland Hills
International Leadership of Texas (Ilt)
- 6 reviews
International Leadership of Texas Elementary School-Grand Prairie
Middle Schools in International Leadership of Texas
International Leadership of Texas - Keller K-8
- 4 reviews
International Leadership of Texas - Garland Middle School
International Leadership of Texas Middle - Katy
International Leadership of Texas Middle School - North Richland Hills
International Leadership of Texas-Arlington Middle School
- 2 reviews
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International Leadership of Texas Reviews
Great school in my opinion! Student leaders are highly promoted and seen throughout. Very active in teaching cultures throughout world in International Day Festival and Chinese New Year Festival. Because it's a charter school, not so much money for resources and necessary supplies, but teachers make do with what they can. Every student is required to have a Chromebook or approved computer for daily use.
The aspect I liked about ILT was the fact that we were able to learn two languages: Spanish and Chinese. I also really enjoyed the end of year US trip to the Eastern Seaboard, and, I must say, you usually don't do things like that at regular middle schools, or even charter schools. However, the organization was terrible, and the rules were poorly enforced. At my particular campus, there was chaos throughout the day in the halls and what not. I would still recommend ILT for a student, because it's academics are truly amazing.
After coming from the large public schools, it’s easy to see the appeal that a smaller charter school could provide. From a smaller overall class size to more individualized attention from an instructional standpoint to just being known on a personal level by both peers and faculty, the benefits are quite obvious. The International Leadership of Texas Garland High School is one of those smaller charter schools. Here, I was able to form close interpersonal relationships with a diverse group of peers. As a result, one of my favorite aspects here at this school was the close camaraderie that existed among the student body. It was evident at the athletic events like basketball and flag football as well as the myriad clubs that ILt offered its students. As a recent high school graduate, I know that I will always remember my time here at this school and the friendships that I formed here I know will last a lifetime.