Wall Independent School District is a top rated, public school district located in Wall, TX. It has 1,115 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 10 to 1. According to state test scores, 97% of students are at least proficient in math and 95% in reading.
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Wall Independent School District Reviews
Wall has been a blessing. I moved here in fourth grade not knowing it would be the absolute best spot for me. It’s a small school which allows for so much involvement, participation, and community service opportunities. The teachers at Wall are mostly born and raised Wall kids. They know exactly how kids need to act and are not afraid to enforce rules. Even though the teachers are strict , they create the most fun learning environment. They show up everyday with enthusiasm and passion for their subjects. This work ethic from the teachers teaches kids to strive to do and be the best in anything they do. Along with the academics, Wall expects no less in athletics. Athletic coaches not only create successful teams but also good, hardworking students that are equipped for life after high school. It’s a culture at Wall to be the best.
I love how small the schools are and how involved the teachers are with their students. Every teacher and staff member are there to help at any moment in time. Any time you need help with the subject the teachers do everything they can to help their students, you really feel like you're being put first. There are also many clubs and extracurricular activities to be involved in that are great in helping students get involved in their community. There are tons of new safety precautions to help students feel like they're in a safe place. There are also many resources for high school students to feel prepared to go to college.
I, Cameron Childress, have had a great time at Wall High School. The academics and teachers are really amazing and are really good at what they do.