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- Health & SafetyA
- Resources & FacilitiesB+
Smyer High School is a public school located in Smyer, TX. It has 207 students in grades 7-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 9 to 1. According to state test scores, 22% of students are at least proficient in math and 27% in reading.
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Smyer High School Reviews
Smyer is a very small school, Pre-k through high school. The teachers are very friendly. The teachers are amazing, they truly care about their students. The students are respectable to one another. Overall the staff is friendly and only wants the best for their students. The staff truly wants to see their students succeed, for middle and high schoolers with a 75 and above usually get released at 1 on Wednesdays, the students who aren't doing as well spend time with the teacher to get one on one time to raise their grades and only stay after until 3:30. The teachers not only care about inside the class room problems but also problems that are outside the class room too. I don't negative to say about the school. The parents are also very involved in the students lives. The only change I'd make would have to be more diversity within the school.
I began Smyer school toward the beginning of my third grade year. I soon left the following year but returned toward the middle of my sixth grade year. I still attend Smyer High School. Once I began high school. I was introduced to more opportunities to me express myself artistically and academically as well. Smyer itself is a small town with a population less than 1,000. With that said, the school is small with an "everybody knows everybody" ambiance. But as I venture through my junior year taking every opportunity to gain new perspectives and having fun as well, I'm beginning to consider colleges and universities to pursue a higher education after high school. As I reminisce about what I have experienced so far in high school and contemplate as to what lies ahead for me, my overall experience at Smyer High school was a unique experience that has built my character and my personality. I regret nothing from my time so far in Smyer High school.
I enjoyed the small school atmosphere you encountered just 15 miles away from Frenship high School which is a 6A school.