Lubbock-Cooper Independent School District is a highly rated, public school district located in Lubbock, TX. It has 5,969 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 14 to 1. According to state test scores, 85% of students are at least proficient in math and 82% in reading.
Lubbock-Cooper Independent School District Rankings
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Lubbock-Cooper Independent School District Reviews
Lubbock-Cooper ISD has enriched students to become the best they can be in life. A vastly growing community like Lubbock-Cooper innovates, initiates, and inspire. They are always coming up with new ways to get the next generation to move forward and become better, they start trends within the state that encourage other school districts to follow their lead, and they inspire the students, like myself, to become better and be better as a human being!
I have been a student at Lubbock-Cooper since first grade. I have enjoyed nearly every moment, and although I am excited for what my future holds, I will definitely miss my school. The teachers have been nothing but extraordinary. Any time I would need help, I was able to go early in the morning and get help from the teachers with built in tutorial time. This tutorial time was helpful for me because I usually had to work after school. By coming in the morning, it gave me a fresh start to my day and encouraged me to learn. Lubbock-Cooper shows genuine hospitality and truly cares about their faculty and students. From football games to study nights... I have spent countless hours devoted to our Pirates. The only thing I would like to see different about Lubbock-Cooper is the College Readiness. I feel that I'm ready; however, I can see why many students wouldn't be. If all teachers were on board with getting all students prepared for their future, Lubbock-Cooper would be unstoppable.
Lubbock Cooper has provided me with so many opportunities. I have received a wonderful education over these last four years. I have been involved in the Superintendent Advisory Committee while I have been in high school. In this committee I have had the ability to work hand in hand with our superintendent to suggest how we can better the school. I love being able to help my community, and I am grateful I have been able to help in this way. I am very thankful the administrators selected me as one of the five from my grade to work to better the school in this way.