South Texas ISD Medical Professions Reviews
Rating 4.38 out of 5 216 reviews
The experiences I have had at this school is an amazing one. I have a huge support system behind my education with people that care. There has never been a day where I don't feel that way. Even down to the students. It really is a big family at this school. Kids you have never even talked to will congratulate you on your accomplishments. As well as the teachers always wanting you to do amazing. They really do care about your future which is really refreshing. The only thing I can ask for is them to continue this environment as they years go on.
The school has very good medical programs and classes to prepare students for a healthcare career but lacks in student activities and events.
The experience Medical Professions gives a person is amazing! The staff is constantly keeping us up to date, the school is the cleanest school I’ve ever been in, and getting to work with state of the art technology is an amazing experience. I’m very grateful for the opportunity to attend STISD Medical Professions!
I have had an overall positive experience at this school. It does however induce immense stress at times. It is a rigorous environment, medical oriented and fully equipped with medical simulators. It is a small school so their is more student to teacher interactions.
I love how welcoming everyone is. I love how focused my school is towards medicine. There is various of opportunities for everyone to get involved within the school. There is HOSA, national honor societies, and other school clubs. My experience has been amazing & I wouldn’t trade it for anything. I am glad I attend this amazing school with outstanding teachers and faculty.
Great school!! They prepare you for college giving you lots of homework but totally worth it. The teachers actually care unlike in other schools and even though there isn't much of sport activities. It's fine it focuses on your education and how much learning you've done over the years. Also the best part is that you are looking for a career in the health field this is the school you should go to. They take you out for rounds in hospitals, hospice, retirement homes, etc. Overall this school is great for any future health professional out there.
It was alright, though I feel that the increased pressure that the students faced because of the school did cause more stress. I'd like to see them ease up a bit on our academics, of course I know it's important but understand that we're all stressed as well.
They have the best teachers. Teachers will help you out no matter what, they understand. You can choose to get a certifications on the medical field.
This school is perfect for students who are interested in finding a career in the medical field. During senior year, the school offers different medical certifications such as dental assistant, certified ophthalmic assistant, pharmacy technician, certified medical assistant, phlebotomy, and emergency medical services which most students anticipate for in their freshman year. The teachers are excellent in bonding with students and helping students understand the concepts and skills in their class.
I really love this school. The hand-to-hand experience they give us is amazing. The way they teach and prioritize the students learning.
It's an awesome campus! Staff and teachers are lovely, and they always do their best to fix the needs of the students. Their food is by far the best school food that money can buy. Not to mention that their technological advancements are insane. Every classroom is provided with enough laptops for every student. Everyone is so friendly and they always try to bring out the best in everyone. Their medical programs are extraordinary, and they certify their students in 2-year college certifications, like medical assisting, Emergency medical services, phlebotomy technician, pharmacy technician, dental assistant, and opthamology assistant. They provide unique lab equipment and tools that you would only see in colleges. Their students get over 2000 hours of clinical rotations by the end of their senior year and spend enough time job shadowing physicians and nurses. If your child is interested in anything that deals with the medical field, I would 100% reccommend this school.
There are a lot of certification programs that are offered and those that are have very knowledgeable helpful teachers that are always offering to help with anything. The school is very clean and the staff is very nice.
Recently graduated and I’m just now realizing how much I’ll miss it. All the teachers and staff were amazing. If I had trouble with a subject the teachers would always be there to help. HOSA was always hype and if you’re gonna join any club join HOSA and find an event that suits you. I’ve had an amazing 4 years and it has been an adventure. Great people, facilities and school spirit.
Educational wise it was awesome and some teachers are really awesome. Some of those teachers make you feel like home, and will actually help you when you have a homework problem or personal problem. Everything else is just not good. I got bullied by several teachers, and I seeked help from the counselors, and the higher staff, and they said they would help but they never even bothered. My mom had set up a meeting with them several times to talk about what they have done to help me and make me feel comfortable at school, and they canceled every time. Not all staff that work there are hypocrites, but more than half of them are
It's a hit or miss school, there are great teachers in just about every department, but when a teacher is bad, they're BAD. Clubs do not get near the amount of funding they should. There are maybe two clubs that get adequate funding(one is arguably the most useless and the other is everyone's favorite), that being student council and HOSA. Administration has never once asked students what they might like to see change on our campus, nor do they try to address current and existing problems. There is a second class citizen mentality. RSA students will have preference in just about every situation, despite their academic status. Not only are they receiving preference, but they're recieving trips that other students don't have access to. The school culture is pretty toxic, ask just about any student who came from somewhere that it isn't RSA. If you're willing to deal with this sort of stuff, it's for you. It's unfortunate that I should even have to say that.
My high schools was an amazing experience that I’ll remember for the rest of my life. It was focused on medicine but also had regular high school courses. I enjoyed going to clinical rotations at nursing homes and hospitals, as well as completing my pharmacy technician hours at a pharmacy inside a mental institution. I enjoyed the food and learning from the wide range of students that came from different counties. I liked that the teachers were highly qualified and cared about the students success. Some of them even had another job as a nurse, gynecologist and more. I enjoyed learning and connecting with people that I met in and out of school. I enjoyed the clubs that I was in, such as, student council and environmental club. I enjoyed the trips that I took with the Spanish club where I got to connect with even more people. I will remember these moments for the rest of my life and take what I learned and apply it to college with confidence.
I loved my high school experiences. I enjoyed going out to clinical rotations at numerous nursing homes and hospitals and completing my hours for my pharmacy technician course at a pharmacy inside a mental institution. I also loved how my high school had normal courses but also focused on medicine and offered medical classes. It was challenging because most of our classes were AP or college level but it also gave me the confidence I needed now that I’m going to college. The food was good, there were many options. The teachers were great and highly qualified, as well as really caring about the students success. My high school was a time that I will remember and take with me for the rest of my life. It prepared me for the real world and I’m grateful for that.