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- Health & SafetyB-
- Resources & FacilitiesB+
San Marcos Consolidated Independent School District is a public school district located in San Marcos, TX. It has 8,097 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 14 to 1. According to state test scores, 31% of students are at least proficient in math and 38% in reading.
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San Marcos Consolidated Independent School District Reviews
My time at San Marcos High school was great depending on how you look at it. The school spent over $500,000 to build a STEM building and a new courtyard area. It is nice and everything but I wish the money could have gone to our books and calculators and our classrooms inside the main building. I wish the classrooms were more bigger giving us room to breathe. The safety of the school could be a little better as far as the locks on the doors. 2 of my classrooms did not have the proper locks on doors so that made me a little worried if we did have an intruder... When push came to shove my teachers would just put the bookcase against the door hoping the intruder wouldn't have enough time or strength to knock it down. Overall my time spent at San Marcos high school was well spent. Besides all the fighting that took place, that ended up having our lunch being shortened by 30 mins. Yay for that. Some of my teachers were loving and kind while others seemed to be doing it just because.
The facilities and wide range of classes available are very nice. The growing science wing of the school has brand new equipment and technology to work with. The medical branch includes classes on EMT, CNA, and even pharmacy tech. The reason it’s not full stars is because of the lack of teachers and faculty as well as the lack of academic excellency. There are some star teachers but many need lots of work and shouldn’t be teachers.
I loved all the teachers and our hardworking consolidated district workers accepting all students for our differences and for help each student want to grow and be a better student. The one thing I wish I could see change is more acknowledgment to different organizations. The only organization to receive this acknowledgment is the football team, when every club or group should be given recognition too.