Princeton Independent School District is an above average, public school district located in Princeton, TX. It has 4,160 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 16 to 1. According to state test scores, 84% of students are at least proficient in math and 76% in reading.
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Princeton Independent School District Reviews
I liked Princeton because the teachers were supportive and provided students with many resources. The students at Princeton are all very kind, friendly and accepting. I like how Princeton High School offers many dual enrollment courses to better prepare students for college success. However I would like to see more academic rigor. I believe Princeton can better excel in academics by providing more Advanced Placement course option for students who wish to take on more academic challenge. I would also love to see Princeton add more leadership and service opportunities for high school students preparing to become future leaders and contributors. Overall Princeton is an average school that could improve by advancing in academics, service and leadership.
I moved to Princeton, Texas over the summer. I really like it overall. I liked starting a fresh new start because i really disliked my last school. I am happy I can say that Princeton High School and it's district have helped me have a memorably and happy senior year. The only thing I would change is the days off. Most of other schools have more days off, but Princeton Independent School District barely has school days off. I would change the safety as well because we have gotten numerous threats and nothing was done. Great school though and I enjoyed it!
I studied at the Princeton Independent School District my entire K-12 grade academic career. Through those years, I realized a simple thing; other sections of the school had superior staff and facilities. For some subjects throughout school, I always had proficient, solid teachers who would make concepts easy to understand. On the other hand, for other subjects the teachers in charge of them seemed uncaring and uneducated about the subject itself.