Kerrville Independent School District
1 Best School Districts in Kerr County
- School District
- Kerrville, TX
Niche User: I like that Kerrville Independent School District was involved with the community and the school itself and with students. I also like the fact that the district was having schools get more advanced classes so that students could learn college courses in high school and be prepared for them when they actually do get ready for college. I would like for the district to have current textbooks and technology available for students because it makes the learning process more modern and up to speed for the students. Otherwise I think the district has done a great job and I was proud to be a student from Kerrville Independent School District. And now I am a soon-to-be College sophomore.
- 11 Total Schools
- 5,024 Students
Ingram Independent School District
2 Best School Districts in Kerr County
- School District
- Ingram, TX
Parent: Lots dual credit opportunities that are well supported. These are offered by both the Alamo College system and the University of Texas On Ramps program. The University of Texas classes are very rigorous and are preparing students for the university level courses after graduation. The classes offered by the Alamo College system are jr. college level classes that allow students additional opportunities. All of these are offered free of charge. The facilities have been renovated and are much improved. There is too much emphasis on football in the athletic program and other, more successful athletics programs are left on the back burner.
- 3 Total Schools
- 1,079 Students
The Christian School at Castle Hills
- Private School
- San Antonio, TX
- PK, K-12
Senior: I (a current high school senior) have attended Castle Hills since third grade. The teachers here have consistently been caring and invested in our student body as a whole and as individual people, and are committed to helping their students succeed. I participate in multiple extracurricular activities (fine arts, athletics, and honor societies/student governments), and each department is headed by informed, capable leaders who make the experiences in those activities worthwhile. I feel very prepared as I approach my transition into college.
- 604 Students
- 8:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
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