Malakoff Independent School District is a highly rated, public school district located in Malakoff, TX. It has 1,390 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 13 to 1. According to state test scores, 59% of students are at least proficient in math and 59% in reading.
Malakoff Independent School District Rankings
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- A+48 Students
- C45 Students
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- B38 Students
- B-33 Students
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Malakoff Independent School District Reviews
Malakoff is the most amazing district! The teachers, coaches, administration and community are so supportive of our district. We are a small town with deep roots and everyone is like family. TigerNation is the most amazing supportive district in Texas from my perspective.
Malakoff is a small rural school with about 385 students. The student body is friendly and the teachers are innovative thinkers who provide a top notch education. The extra-curicular activities are second to none. We have sports, academic UIL, band, theater, FFA, just about everything and we are successful in all of them. It is a great place to get an excellent education.
My experience at Malakoff High School was one I'll never forget. Being involved in Band, Theatre, NHS, StuCo, and FFA made my time at school extremely enjoyable and eventful. There was never a dull moment when I was doing work for these various activites. Beyond extra curricular, my education is very important to me. Malakoff was aware of this and the teachers did everything they could to make sure the material was understood with plenty of time to submit my work. One thing I would like to see change is the treatment of other extra curricular programs other than football. Football is held up on an extremely high pedestal, while other programs seem to be a bit neglected. I would just like to see some equality for all programs at Malakoff High.