Frank L. Madla Early College High School is an above average, public, charter school located in San Antonio, TX. It has 200 students in grades 9-11 with a student-teacher ratio of 21 to 1. According to state test scores, 85% of students are at least proficient in math and 92% in reading.
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Frank L. Madla Early College High School Reviews
The opportunities and support that you receive at this school is excellent! Since this school's main focus is on academics, it unfortunately does not offer too many opportunities for organized sports. Students are able to access the gym at the Palo Alto college campus which is great. Also, students are able to utilize all that the college campus has to offer, such as its library and lab tutoring. In order to be successful student must be focus and apply themselves.
This an amazing high school that offers multiple opportunities towards your success in college and life. There is a great diversity in the school and due to the student population being low everyone is extremely supportive and friendly. Due to the school, I am graduating with my associates degree and will be majoring in Mass Communications. I appreciate all of the hard work the faculty and staff has done for us.
Student have the opportunity to graduate with an associate’s degree at 18 years old, but like most schools barely starting out, there were some flaws. One of the major cons is that there are no sports or clubs. The school buildings are not actual buildings, but portables located on the Palo Alto College campus. There are no high school homecomings, pep rallies, band marches, and any other activities. There are a variety of teachers that truly care about our education and didn't consider us a face in a crowd, one even graduated from MIT. There is more one-on-one attention and the ability to attend more field trips. The principal and counselor are amazing and encourage the students in miraculous ways. The students attend college classes starting their freshman year. It is located in a very Hispanic community in San Antonio. The food doesn’t accommodate people with certain dietary needs. Overall, a good school for academic, but everything is in dire need of assistance.