Temple City Unified School District is a top rated, public school district located in Temple City, CA. It has 5,881 students in grades K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 24 to 1. According to state test scores, 66% of students are at least proficient in math and 69% in reading.
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Temple City Unified School District Reviews
Temple City is a pretty safe environment and the students at school are pretty inclusive. The faculty and staff are spirited! The events such as football games, rallies, and school dances are well organized and exciting! There have been a lot of changes in the Temple City district recently and not everyone approves of the changes. However, the students and teachers adapt quickly to the new buildings, schedules, and people. Having been in the Temple City Unified School District for half of my life, I believe that the district tries to do what is best for the students. They try to fit the students needs and benefit the school when they can.
The experience is like no other! Though you are constantly being challenged and pushed, your reward comes in the form of an amazing staff, wonderful friends, and a variety of amazing activities to get involved in! There has recently been the addition of new buildings, which have been tremendously impactful on the overall student experience.
I think my experience at the Temple City Unified School District was overall pretty great because of my fellow students. There is great diversity on the Temple City campuses and most students are motivated to do well and participate in class, so it is a great environment to learn in. However, I gave it only three stars because there are many teachers who do not teach well and properly do their jobs, but they continue to stay at the school and have a high salary because of teacher tenure. Students are aware of the teachers who only show videos in class or grade unfairly and are biased. There are some excellent teachers too though and they are what make Temple City schools so great.