IDEA College Prep - San Benito
- Public, Charter
- SAN BENITO, TX
IDEA College Prep - San Benito Reviews
Rating 3.95 out of 5 163 reviews
Everything exist and nothing exists equate the same thing. They create an alike serenity. The scholar is sent between fear and being perplexed. On one side ones fighting for the chance of being someone while, the other one is trying to understanding of his absence of being.
I have been attending Idea San Benito since kindergarten, and I have had nothing short of a good and knowledge-filled experience throughout the years. I had pleasant experiences with the teachers, and some I even consider friends. As I grew up and passed onto other grades with the class of 2024, I couldn't wish for any other people to be around me as we go on with our lives. The experiences I have made and the friends I had to share those experiences with are almost everything to me, and I wouldn't trade it for the world. The staff and teachers are extremely helpful, and the college counselors make sure you are on task and on the right path to go on to college. Idea San Benito is a beneficial and wonderful school to attend and it will help you become prepared for your desired future.
I’ve been attending IDEA Public School since i was in kinder. Though some of the rules can be strict, they’re protecting our safety to ensure that every student feels safe in the school environment. They also stick to a consistent motto where they help seniors achieve their goals by getting them to and through college and making sure that 100% of seniors get accepted to a college/university from their match and fit list. The college counselors and teachers are all very helpful and supportive towards our academic and personal goals and do whatever they can to help us meet those goals. If i could change one thing about this school is adding more extra curricular activities and electives such as home economics and cosmetology that will help us discover what we want to pursue in the future.
The time spent there really pushed me towards wanting a college education. The school focuses on getting students motivated for college since a young age by exposing students to different colleges and it teaches a lot of valuable skills to prepare students.
I love IDEA College Prep- San Benito. I have been attending this school since the 6th grade and the moment I got here the idea of college was put into my head and I was given hope that I would be able to attend even a community college. Now as a Senior that got accepted into their dream college and has now committed I know that all the hard work that IDEA required from me was for a very good and rewarding reason.
Idea has a good student body and teachers that show care. The issue with the school is the work given is a lot. It builds stress and is more than enough for each class.
IDEA College Preparatory San Benito is truly an experience I believe everyone should experience, it really pushes you to be your best self and beyond prepares you for college. There is nothing that I would like to change about IDEA San Benito
Awesome, this school is college prep orientated meaning there main goal is to get you to college however also throughout college!
I've been to Idea San Benito since Pre-K and it's a very welcoming environment. You're surrounded by so many loving students and teachers who are available to help you during any time of the day. They provide help and are very understanding.
Well one thing I like about IDEA is that you can get to choose a college you've always wanted to go. For example, I want to go Texas A&M- San Antonio.
Known for academics and STEM program, lacks quite in sports. Teachers and staff actively work for students to be on track to graduate and be prepared for life after senior year. Once in high school, advance placement classes and ACT exams are paid for by the school, with each being taught throughout the year. With a wide selection of courses and electives, students are able to gain a higher understanding of what major they want to take in college. Should I return to the valley once graduating, I will gladly let my child be a student at IDEA.
Idea has changed too much,I’ve been there most of my life so far and the changes they’ve made year after year isn’t the best for us students.I feel like Idea is trying too hard to be more than what they’re supposed to be.
AP school that helps scholars be college-ready. During Senior Year, they assist the seniors in making the right choice of colleges. In addition, they aid in any way when a Senior has a question.
Idea San Benito has been my school since 2008 and I have basically grown up there. It is an amazing school that ensures all their students get to the college they want to. Their academics are amazing as they have students take AP classes to possibly have them be AP scholars. Academics helps students thrive. However, their clubs and organizations are not that of a "regular" public school. There are hardly any outlets for people to do what they want such as music and art. Music and arts are nonexistent and sports are subpar as they are not emphasized. A student's entire life is academics so it is hard to find a creative outlet and feel good about our social lives.
This is a great school for your kids if you want them to succeed and have a successful life. The teachers care about your Childs education and will do anything to help them and get them to college. IDEA will not let your student fail they'll make sure that all kids stay on task and stay on a path to success.
IDEA College Prep San Benito is not only a great school but also a necessary school that has provided many kids with the opportunity to get an education, proper breakfast and lunch, recreation, and diversity with their facilities. The Rio Grande Valley isn't the best in terms of education and has a long way to go, yet with IDEA public schools that has been changing drastically since hundreds of students from low income households are both going to college and graduating with a degree of 4 or more years and achieving their dream jobs helping hundreds of others in the process. Being from a low income household myself knowing that counselors and teachers are there helping me find scholarships, schools, majors, and other important and useful things provides hope and support that I will go to college without having to put off college to go earn tuition fees.
At Idea San Benito, the importance of academics and the power of knowledge is put on full display every single day. The teachers and staff were involved in the students learning progress and rarely ever used text books to get a point across. This style of learning with verbal communication and many activities encouraged myself, like many others, to become more invested and want to know more about what was being taught.