Spring Independent School District is a public school district located in Houston, TX. It has 36,698 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 17 to 1. According to state test scores, 65% of students are at least proficient in math and 60% in reading.
Spring Independent School District Rankings
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- A-1,853 Students
- A+1,572 Students
- A+1,474 Students
- B1,384 Students
- B+994 Students
- A882 Students
- A+854 Students
- B846 Students
- B810 Students
- B-679 Students
Spring Independent School District Reviews
The district overall isn't that bad but it does put some of its resources in the wrong places such as new computers when the old ones still functioned perfectly overshadowing more important things such as teachers. The amount of diversity with arts and sports is great there was really something for everyone. I was a swimmer myself and we had an excellent facility, my friends are in my Dekaney's high school band, which was my school in the district, and they sure have an excellent band going national! Overall my experience was average I believe for a high school student.
My experience I have with this school district can be biased. I spent my entire life going to school in this district and they have a lot of opportunities for kids who want to excel. They offered many opportunities and support when kids are in need of it like free or reduced lunch, or even free waivers for a college application or SAT tests. Spring ISD has a great program to make all kids feel that they are worthy of becoming successful even when we are struggling they have opportunities for us to become better!
I was priveleged to go to one of the more advanced schools of Spring Independent School District: Spring Early College Academy. Through this institution, I found myself making my high school journey as a scholar profound and meaningful, but this is me. When I would speak to my friend that goes to Spring High School, another school in the district, they did not have the same experience as I, but a rather poor one. He is smart, but the school did not manifest or expand his talents, he deserved the same experience as I had. So I come to the conclusion the district needs to do better, your students may get the grades but they don't learn, instead on focusing on building new infrastructure, start by strengthening your curriculum, and your teaching styles: the foundation that supports great schools.