Kingsville Independent School District is a public school district located in Kingsville, TX. It has 3,422 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 18 to 1. According to state test scores, 65% of students are at least proficient in math and 55% in reading.
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Kingsville Independent School District Reviews
was the best four years of my life! Because of that, I expected to have a blast when I entered freshman year. However, I didn’t realize high school was the best four years of my life because they made it the best years of their lives. I didn’t realize that if I also wanted to have the best four years of my life, I needed to do things I actually enjoyed. I definitely haven’t been having the best time of my life these past four years. But I also know people who are in every extracurricular in existence, who are also taking amazing and interactive classes – they seem to be really enjoying their high school experience. While I don’t regret taking the classes I’m taking, I do wish I could have had the chance to make more meaningful memories rather than make more flashcards for my next chemistry test.
My time at Perez elementary and H. M. King High school we’re incredible! Being a child of a military father, I constantly had to travel due to him getting new assignments, sometimes as frequent as 6 months. A lot of schools I went to, students casted me as an outsider. I was smart and talented and always wanted to be the best, and when I came to Kingsville, they just took me right in regardless that I was Asian in a majority Hispanic community. I appreciate the students, staff and teachers that worked and will work at this school district because they are always trying to improve!
I was a member of the generation that experienced studying in newly rebuilt campus facilities and establishments of programs firsthand. The facilities were major progress towards improving the quality of KISD classrooms however the academics did not necessarily reflect a positive effect. We had access to new concepts such as open classrooms, student meeting rooms, and study lounges, however, they seemed to be unapproachable by students. Feeling barred from utilizing these resources was an odd experience as there were missed opportunities from my teachers (most of who were just doing what they were told) to properly prepare us for our state and college exams.