Lasara Independent School District is an above average, public school district located in Lasara, TX. It has 459 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 14 to 1. According to state test scores, 74% of students are at least proficient in math and 69% in reading.
6160 E Sixth St
Lasara, TX 78561
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Lasara Independent School District Reviews
The school has a great atmosphere; students can attend their classes without having to worry about their safety. However, I find the administration to lack decisiveness since they rarely change their policies unless forced to by the community.
As a senior I've seen a developing change in the way we use our resources carefully. As i matured its been hard to actually realize that my school has grown over the years, since I've been going since i was in Pre-K. Overall review, I'd say this school has taught me so much and gave me a awakening of how the real world will be like. It's crazy how we sit around for so long thinking time won't go by ;and we see it going by but not so quick and by the time you get there it's to late to make it stop and you then realize it's to late. Lasara High school taught me so much it's surreal and it's continuing to grow with the best teachers, administrators, faculties, and sports directors.
We had alot of opportunities we might have missed in a much bigger school. Lasara ISD is a small school but filled with great people that are always ready to help us. I wouldn't ask for too much change because this school is unique in how small it is. The district is small but the opportunities we experience in different areas are incredible. I got to go to Alaska with some other of my classmates and will never forget the experience of exploring the different options the world gives us.