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San Augustine Independent School District is a public school district located in San Augustine, TX. It has 756 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 11 to 1. According to state test scores, 22% of students are at least proficient in math and 21% in reading.
San Augustine Independent School District Rankings
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San Augustine Independent School District Reviews
San Augustine Independent School District is as united and helpful as the town. There are very friendly and generous people ready to help anyone in need. Most importantly, it motivates students to graduate and br someone better in life. There aren't as many resources regarding academics and diverse pathways, however there are several people ready to assist if needed. Overall, a good place for anyone who wants to feel as if a part of one big family.
San Augustine High School District was such a caring and loving school to attend. The teachers loved their job and it showed in every way possible through their teaching. The principal and teaching staff made sure us students had all the tools and information we needed to help us succeed in school. One thing i would recommend changing is the prep for college. We were provided with resources to help apply for the schools and financial support but far as the mental state we lack as a whole.
I like that it is a small school district where your teachers taught your own parents when they were children. They are die hard fans of their hometown high school athletic programs. However, I would like improvement on dress code rules. The school is free dress code but "free" comes with strict rules such as tucked shirts and no earrings for boys and the length and style of male hair. Also, they need new updated books for the children to learn out of. Overall, it is a good school district.