Navarro Independent School District is an above average, public school district located in Seguin, TX. It has 1,812 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 16 to 1. According to state test scores, 88% of students are at least proficient in math and 82% in reading.
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Navarro Independent School District Reviews
Navarro is an example of a school that many underestimate throughout Texas. For school in our area, we are considered one of the brightest student around, most of us ready to take on challenging curriculum that is thrown our way. After school programs are very populated among average sizes in Texas, with a majority of students dedicated to their programs. While their food and college readiness could use a little work in some area, they are minuscule compared to what Navarro has to offer. They really deserve the motto "excellence is standard"
Navarro Independent School District is a small district with large opportunity. The school is situated between three cities and the students and teachers come from a variety of backgrounds. The small size doesn't mean small community. The school is very active in the community and the community is very active with the school. The school is small enough that you'll get to know everybody. There are less options for AP, dual credit, and elective courses, but the classes offered are great to prepare the students for the real world and prepare them for college. The extracurriculars give students opportunities to explore their interests and opportunities to earn scholarships. Overall, I really enjoy the school and would gladly do it all over again.
I have been at Navarro since Kindergarten. Countless times I have heard teachers complain about the lack of funding for in class resources such as text books and computers, but each year we expand our football stands to seat more people and make a new concession stand.