Texico Municipal Schools is a highly rated, public school district located in Texico, NM. It has 571 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 14 to 1. According to state test scores, 33% of students are at least proficient in math and 54% in reading.
Texico Municipal Schools Rankings
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Texico Municipal Schools Reviews
I am currently a senior in high school and have been attending Texico Schools since Kindergarten. Some things that I like about Texico is that our school is small enough that the students are close with one another and can have 1 on 1 time with teachers if they are struggling. Our Teachers and Administrators work very hard to prepare us not only for college but also for state testing, they always make sure that we are prepared physically and mentally. We have been awarded as an A+ school in the state for 5 years now. One thing that sets Texico apart from other schools is that we get to keep God in school. We have what is called FCA (Fellowship of Christian Athletes) and we meet every Wednesday at lunch and fellowship together, not a lot of schools allow religion anymore. You don't have to be a Christian or an athlete to attend FCA, anyone can go. Our athletes are some of the best athletes, our volleyball girls have won state 7 years in a row and have worked hard for those wins.
Texico is a great school! Very close-knit community & school. Most of the children are very respectful. My son loves going there. He learns so many new things every day. My husband is a graduate of Texico High School & he absolutely loved it too!
I like how Texico schools treats their Staff and students. They are both treated with respect. I would like to see the equality between agcriculture classes and sports change. I think the school needs to treat both organizations the same.