Grand Prairie Collegiate Institute is a highly rated, public, charter school located in Grand Prairie, TX. It has 290 students in grades 6-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 12 to 1. According to state test scores, 99% of students are at least proficient in math and 97% in reading.
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Grand Prairie Collegiate Institute Reviews
It is a small school which is nice because the students and teachers get to know each other well and create bonds that a larger high school would not have. The classes are small too which is nice again for a more personal experience. The classes allow one to climb up the ranks as I started ahead with math by taking algebra 1 in 7th grade. Also because the school is more personal, some teachers can can help you get further by recommending schools and stuff from their personal experiences. One thing i would change is just the uniform as it feels silly to constantly wear a uniform and not be able to allow the students to express themselves through clothing. Another thing to change is the extracurricular activities which is essentially non-existent due to the schools low budget. There are no sports and hardly any extracurricular activities such as Lego Robotics.
I am a freshman here at Grand Prairie Collegiate Institute, and I feel as if this is a good opportunity to express my feelings towards my school. GPCI is a good school to go into if you have a passion for engineering, which is something I have no passion for as my thing is medicine. They also offer a Bio-Medical and Computer Science pathway. These pathways are okay but they do not get nearly as much attention as the Engineering pathway does. The teachers are okay, but I would say the star of the show is the administration team. They're absolutely awesome and so supportive. Scholars receive both an Ipad and a Dell laptop when attending the school. On the downside, the computers are outdated and you're lucky to get one that functions correctly. The Ipads are better as they are more up to date and they do not weigh down our backpacks as much as a laptop does. Overall this school is alright, I have been here since sixth grade and I am currently a freshman.
We are a close-knit school with 300 kids in school at maximum, so we mostly all know each other and we have a close relationship with the teachers. They put you through a rough curriculum but prepares you for the real world. They put you ahead of your studies and have multiple chances for dual credit and internships experience. We are STEM-based and we focus a lot on engineering, so if Engineering is not your thing you can still come here but you will still have a lot of required engineering courses.