Mount Pleasant Independent School District is an above average, public school district located in Mount Pleasant, TX. It has 5,329 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 14 to 1. According to state test scores, 81% of students are at least proficient in math and 69% in reading.
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Mount Pleasant Independent School District Reviews
I absolutely loved Mt. Pleasant and would definitely recommend that school to anyone in the area. I went to Mt Pleasant all 13 years of school and would trade it for nothing. The teachers thoroughly prepared me for my freshman year in college. After this first year of college, I came out with a 4.0, and I cant thank Mt. Pleasant enough for preparing me for it. I attended EC Brice Elementary, then moved on to PE Wallace Middle School, Mt Pleasant Jr High, and MPHS. Each school prepared me for the next. My parents both happen to be teachers of Mt Pleasant, and are very devoted to their schools and their students. Teachers are very supportive of their students and always push them to be their bests in everything that they do.
I like that it has different options for college readiness and the school is diverse. Some teachers although are not capable of teaching slow learners and I feel like that should be improved. Still, I feel that the school district accepts many people with diverse backgrounds and helps them succeed.
Mount pleasant high school is a very disorganized school. The faculty cannot set rules that satisfy the students which causes more trouble within the school. The food causes students to become sick. Organizations seem to be limited. Also the teachers only focus on one student or "the best" student which causes other students to become discouraged.