Kingsburg Joint Union High School District is a public school district located in Kingsburg, CA. It has 1,186 students in grades 9-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 22 to 1. According to state test scores, 27% of students are at least proficient in math and 55% in reading.
1900 18th Ave.
Kingsburg, CA 93631
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High Schools in Kingsburg Joint Union High School District
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- B220 Students
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- B+67 Students
- C63 Students
- A-56 Students
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- A47 Students
Kingsburg Joint Union High School District Reviews
KIngsburg is a small town, so we have a very small school compared to others around us. Since we are so tiny, we are a very tight-knit community. Everyone knows each other and most are friendly. We place a huge emphasis on football. I would like that to change. I would like our school to really amp up support in all sports. I would also like to see our school care more about the performing arts. All in all, Kingsburg High is a very good school. Most teachers care about their students and their futures. We also have a staff memeber who helps us with college applications and looks for events for students to join over the summer. I will forever keep Kingsburg High School in my heart. It is my home.
The schools academic would be perfectly fine if they had teachers that knew how to teach using the new Common Core methods. A majority of the staff is older and the school could desperately use new teachers that are there to teach and engage with students instead of talking for 5 minutes and going and sitting at their desks on their phones while students need help. They need more teachers that aren't just there for a paycheck. Granted most of the teaching staff likely have a 10 year plan it makes it difficult to get rid of teachers that can't remember what they're doing. It is a very biased school as well, if you aren't the teachers pet or don't have loads of money you aren't relevant. If you become a teachers pet you never do any work but still pass the class with an A. The school is also very biased when it comes to sports, if you don't know the right people you wont play no matter how good your child is.
Grateful to have gone to a high school like Kingsburg. It's academic system could use some work, as well as realistic expectations for college. As my first year of college wraps up, I've come to realize stuff on my own. Lot less scary than the teachers made it out to be. Though, that might to do with the fact that I attend a private university. Which should also be discussed more considering this was a last minutes decision but it was the best one I ever made.