Lake Worth Independent School District is a public school district located in Lake Worth, TX. It has 3,301 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 15 to 1. According to state test scores, 67% of students are at least proficient in math and 65% in reading.
6805 Telephone Rd
Lake Worth, TX 76135
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Lake Worth Independent School District Reviews
The fine arts department, in my opinion is very very good for our sized school and budget, however small. Our athletics really needs some good coaches, it is lacking severely in a good relationship with the kids, which ends up resulting in better performance. For the most part I really think our teachers are very good, but they lack support with they’re teaching. I think if they were allowed to teach how they like, still going off TEKS and curriculum. They have the full potential to do something great but they’re held back somehow by the bosses. I don’t know how, but I’m certain.
In Lake Worth Independent School District, there's many positive aspects to it. It has an atmosphere centered around preparing students to have a college/career/military plan for after they graduate. The teachers work hard to ensure that the students understand the material given to them. And the success of the clubs and activities is incredible. These not only keep students on the right path, but also provide skills and assets you can't get in regular classrooms.
The academics are bare minimum, and the counseling center did not do much to get me ready for college life. Most of the school focuses on academics, but while I was there, the only things that students excelled on was fine arts. The fine arts teachers make sure to help all of their students, as well as teach them to the best of their ability. The front office was great, but our administration was not great, especially the principal, who I believe is now gone. Overall, there was a lack of enthusiasm throughout the student body.