Iowa Park High School Reviews
Iowa Park High School is the place to be. Everyone is friends, new kids fit in as soon as they arrive. People never get left out at the school. Sports are a huge thing at Iowa Park. No one ever gets bullied or picked on, and the bond between students and teachers is incredible.
Iowa Park high is just like any other school. The staff is great and they help us students out a lot, but we always get teachers that aren't like that. It is the best school in the county.
I liked the music programs and the fine arts department in general. I would like to see bullying handled better.
It has a very wide variety of things to be in. It's a very nice school it excepts everyone for who they are.
My experience at this school was very great and I was very excited to be attending Iowa Park High School. What I loved most about the school was that I could take dual credit classes and it it wuld count as college credit hours and it also better prepares me for my future in college.
I have many friends within Iowa Park High School. I respect and enjoy all of the staff. They are dedicated to my continuing education and success in life.
I like that many of the teachers are very kind and inspiring! The problem is that we don't have that many teachers, or some of our teachers are not as advanced as other schools. I wish that our school had AP courses available. The fact that there are only 100-200 students in each grade means that it is easier to bond with the teachers and you get more individual work.
I was born and raised here in Iowa Park, Tx. I have walked the highschool's halls every year for four years and I can honestly say my experience here has ben nothing less than amazing. The teachers have always been caring and willing to help their students succeed. The school's standards for academic success is held high above the other schools around us. We, as the students, have been taught that our values matter and we are the newest generation of the world. Although our school lacks culture and diversity that is only because we came from a small town. If the town were to expand I believe the school would become much more diverse. The school has flaws like most do, but our flaws are not because the students are bad or the teachers lack the skill to teach. Our flaws are simply economy based, we simply don't have the funding we need to offer more activities to our students.
IPHS is a great school with many great teachers. Their clubs range anywhere from Spanish to robotics. The band has gotten 33 years of straight 1's at competition. IPHS is located in a small Texas town so football is as expected the biggest sport.
The teachers at Iowa park high school are pretty realistic and kind. They all have unique teaching styles so students get to learn from a variety of ways.
Oh its pathetic. Only southern baptist teacher, parents and students. No diversity is here. No gyas, queer, trans, only straight white kids who farm.
"We're in a white bubble"...correctly quoted from a teacher.
Everything here is okay. There's not many clubs but getting involved with band or athletics can make you a little more involved.
For the most part, the teachers here are very friendly and helpful. Most of them go out of their way to help their students but I feel as if some of them don't care much at all. The teachers who run extra curricular activities seem to be more involved wit their students than the others are. Our newest chemistry teacher is very helpful and engaged with his students. He's a 10/10 guy.
They say there against bullying but when someone is the just sweep it under the rug. We have only one school cop
There's not that many extracurricular things but what we have is just fine
Everyone loves sports but this is all Iowa park is known for football, volleyball, basketball. Parents are more worried about that then there kids education.