DaVinci School for Science & The Arts is an above average, public, charter school located in El Paso, TX. It has 491 students in grades 6-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 14 to 1. According to state test scores, 86% of students are at least proficient in math and 76% in reading.
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Health & Safety
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DaVinci School for Science & The Arts Reviews
I liked that it is a small school and as a result you become close to everyone there, from other students, teachers and even administration. It also offers several programs that help you develop many skills. I would make the school more consistent with the staff. As they were always changing teachers and principals throughout the year. Causing us to have several teachers for one subject making it difficult to learn.
Excellent school, the focus is Safety of students, academics and structure discipline. Several changes happened this past school year, that have control the Teachers attrition, better selection of teachers is providing a better outlook; as well some changes happening at the administration level will definitely contribute to continue being the best option; if what you are looking for your kids is Education!, currently the school is ranked among the best in the state of Texas and the best in El Paso.
In order to sound unbiased, I would say the school does gives us a good and helpful education unlike other schools; the school does make us take advance placement classes, which I would say is helpful for preparing for the AP Exams plus most of the teachers are very supportive. However, I feel like the administration is very unorganized and has these certain graduation requirements just so they can make the school look good. In the first few weeks, the classes kept getting conflicts in the scheduling. Whenever I hear an administrator talk on the intercom, the students and teacher have a feeling that the admins themselves don't even know what they're talking about. Plus the administrators keep overreacting about the students uniform violations rather than their grades, because I've seen some people grades and they need help. To be more plain and simple, I feel like much of the administration cares about the schools reputation rather than the students. The older students and teachers would agree with what I said.