South San Antonio Independent School District is a public school district located in San Antonio, TX. It has 9,631 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 16 to 1. According to state test scores, 64% of students are at least proficient in math and 60% in reading.
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South San Antonio Independent School District Reviews
Although South San has been highly inclusive, having regard for the educational progress for the students who go there and are eminent in instructing. I am concerned about the actual well being of the students and personal development. Developing strong, supportive relationships in schools provides a safer and more inclusive environment for students to engage in their studies and learn new things.
I have been with South San Antonio Independent School District from pre-k up to my senior year. In the high school we have a Early college program where students have the chance to earn there associates at Palo Alto college. The overall district is very united and either the high school band will play at the elementary and middle schools for there pep rallies, but the elementary schools and middle schools will come to the high school to help with performances . The District provides the students will technology and even letting the high school students take home IPads and chrome books for homework. The high school has great CTE classes to help students advance in the filed of career they want to take on in the future, classes such as education and animal science as well as engineering and many more.
What I liked about the South San Antonio Independent School District were the teachers. I was in AP/dual credit classes, and the teachers were amazing and very helpful. However, I was always concerned about my safety. There were so many fights. I think that they need to work on safety and increase the amount of resources for both students and teachers. Resources in respect to college readiness. They need to make it a class requirement for everyone to prepare for the SAT/ACT.