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Jarrell Independent School District is a public school district located in Jarrell, TX. It has 1,896 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 16 to 1. According to state test scores, 38% of students are at least proficient in math and 38% in reading.
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Jarrell Independent School District Reviews
Jarrell Independent School District is the best on Texas !I graduated from Jarrell High School in May 2014. In the short time I studied there I was able to realize the great potential Jarrell Independent School has. The schools are large and equipped with the best technologie. The teachers are amazing, thanks to them I learned more than math and history. They helped me at any moment to overcome the barriers that come to me in this life. They have a great variety of clubs and activities. The staff who works there are terrific and pleasant and very helpful. Jarrell Independent School District is the best to watch your kids grow up as good men and women.
I love the quality of the student body and their consideration for others. Going to school feels comfortable and warm. Everyone is friendly and inviting, and being as shy as I am, gives me a great feeling every time I walk through the school doors. I admire the teachers and their traditional yet advanced teaching methods. The teachers are compassionate and inspire their students to be and achieve more. I would improve the high school by including more clubs so students who don't belong to any in particular, can say they take part in a club and their activities. I would encourage the buses to have different routes for the high school and middle school students as it outbalances the "high school experience" Jarrell Independent School District will prosper in the future to say the least, and I'm honored to have called it my high school.
The teachers are all very good, and there are various extracurricular activities available for students.