Nacogdoches Independent School District is a public school district located in Nacogdoches, TX. It has 6,315 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 15 to 1. According to state test scores, 33% of students are at least proficient in math and 31% in reading.
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Nacogdoches Independent School District Reviews
While attending Nacogdoches High School, I was not only exposed to the highest level of education, but also a welcoming environment for students of all varieties. As you walk the halls of NHS, you can see that every student has a place in the school whether it be a club, sport, or a friend group. The teachers and administrators strive to make every student feel wanted and safe every single day. I have learned how to be a successful student and a successful pear. Over the past four years I have learned what it means to be a strong leader and also a collaborative team player. This district has set me up for a life full of success and I am honored to say that I am a 2020 graduate from Nacogdoches Hugh School.
I loved my experience at Nacogdoches High School. The selection of classes and extra curricular activities is great! Every student can find the niche! I will leave NHS with great memories
Nacogdoches ISD does not prepare the large majority of its students for college. On the teacher aspect, you either get a really good teacher, or a completely incompetent one. Some of the teachers there have completely impacted the way I see the world, while others have never actually taught a day in their lives. The administration, with very few exceptions, are awful, creating arbitrary rules and bullying the teachers. It is not uncommon to fins a teacher crying in their room. If you have a good counselor, like I have, then resources are relatively good, but if you get stuck with a bad one all you can do is pray.