John Tyler High School is a public school located in Tyler, TX. It has 2,262 students in grades 9-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 15 to 1. According to state test scores, 61% of students are at least proficient in math and 49% in reading.
John Tyler High School Rankings
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Culture & Safety
Health & Safety
Based on chronic student absenteeism, suspensions/expulsions, and survey responses on the school environment from students and parents.
- of students agree that they feel safe at their school.12 responses
- of students agree that they like their school and feel happy there.12 responses
What are your favorite school events or traditions?
Based on 40 responsesReport
Based on racial and economic diversity and survey responses on school culture and diversity from students and parents.
Free or Reduced Lunch
- of students and parents agree that students at this school are competitive.15 responses
- of students and parents agree that students at this school are creative and artsy.15 responses
- of students and parents agree that students at this school are athletic.15 responses
- of students and parents agree that the teachers give engaging lessons.22 responses
- of students and parents agree that the teachers genuinely care about the students.22 responses
- of students and parents agree that the teachers adequately lead and control the classroom.22 responses
Clubs & Activities
Clubs & Activities
Based on student and parent reviews of clubs and activities.
Girls Athletic Participation
Boys Athletic Participation
Expenses Per Student
- of students and parents agree that there are plenty of clubs and organizations for students to get involved in.23 responses
- of students and parents agree that clubs and organizations get the funding they need.23 responses
- of students and parents agree that lots of students participate in clubs and organizations.23 responses
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John Tyler High School Reviews
I’ve been a student at John Tyler High School sense my freshman year back in 2014. The school has really developed and grown bigger sense then. All teachers and faculty members persuaded students to be more involved in school. Some of the classrooms don’t have the best resources, but they’re building a new school this up coming year so I hope that that changes. I personally won’t get the chance to see it because I’m graduate this year, god willing. This year we have a new principle and she’s really down to business, as people describe her as, unlike or last principle that honestly didn’t really care much for the school. The school has really grown throughout the years and I hope that the students, our next generation, take advantage of their resources because they are the future and we should guide them. With this being said, being a part of John Tyler High, a true Cujo, will be the best time of your high school life.
Overall, I felt there was a lack of learning done at this school. Although that is true, many schools are “pass to play” types, meaning as long as you pass who cares (and I don’t mean play as in athletics). Wish there was more put into better staff and teachers than sports and other buildings. Sure building and sports are important to student life, but so are academics and worldly issues that are bound to happen after high school.
I liked the personal connection that students are able to develop with the teachers and administrators. They are not only the student's overseers, but also guides to help them be the best them they can be. However, some of the schools efforts are focused in the wrong areas when they should be focused on expanding the academic opportunities of the students attending.