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North Zulch Independent School District is a public school district located in North Zulch, TX. It has 339 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 11 to 1. According to state test scores, 42% of students are at least proficient in math and 47% in reading.
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North Zulch Independent School District Reviews
North Zulch Independent School District is a 1A, public school. The size of my class is 26 people, meaning throughout my time in elementary, middle, and high school, I have had plenty of one-on-one work, and I have never once felt ignored or neglected. Although being a small school means we don't always have the opportunities as bigger schools, I have had the ability to take dual credit classes since my sophomore year, and most schools won't allow that until junior year. Overall, I have had wonderful chances at North Zulch and they have defiantly prepared me for college.
The people, whether it be student or staff, are all around good people! I was very nervous to be starting at a new school, and as soon as i arrived, everyone was very welcoming! They don't judge or expect you to be a certain type of person, everyone just wants to be your friend. The teachers and staff are here to guide you and help you be the best version of yourself you can be! they will do anything they can to ensure that you are successful.
North Zulch, is a diverse rural area school. My classmates have been the same since the beginning of our educational journies in elementary school. The class size is small, but our teaching staff does not always adequately teach to retain. I have had multiple occasions where fellow students quiz me over something we just discussed, instead of the teacher. Our English department lacks the common skills to function properly. There are seniors, who do not know that MLA format even exists, because they have not been taught. It breaks my heart to see our small town school become less educated by the day.