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The College Station School System

College Station, Texas, is north of and just in between Austin and Houston. It has a population of nearly 105,000 people. The majority of students in College Station attend one of the 17 schools that make up the College Station Independent School District, which serves about 13,000 students, a number which is rising every year.

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Wondering how well the students of College Station schools are scoring on Texas state assessments? The following chart shows the details.

College Station Test Scores

Students in College Station participate in the State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness (STAAR) program, which provides schools with insight into how students are faring academically. Students take exams each year from grades 3-8 in reading, writing, math, science, and social studies. High school students take end-of-course exams in subjects like English, biology, geography, and others. Many students also take standardized exams like the ACT, SAT, SSAT, GMAT, or others that are used for admissions or placement purposes by private schools, colleges, and graduate schools. Varsity Tutors can connect you with tutors in College Station who specialize in both the content of these tests the strategies that can boost a student’s score.

College Station tutors offer far more than test prep assistance. They can help your student with just about any subject you can imagine. They get to know your student individually, allowing the tutor to customize study sessions to meet a student's specific needs. By identifying and focusing on the particular concepts or topics that need attention, tutors can provide effective and efficient instruction. This allows your child to experience progress quickly, which tends to create confidence and motivation to continue learning.

Even with a quality College Station education, some students will occasionally need a helping hand, and Varsity Tutors can help with that. To see how the top high schools in the area compare to those in the rest of Texas, review the table below.

College Station High School Rankings

High School College Station Ranking State Ranking AP Pass Rate
A&M Consolidated High School 1 71 86%
College Station High School 2 133 88%
Bryan Collegiate High School 3 335 0%
Bryan High School 4 NA 55%
The Mary Catherine Harris School 5 NA NA

College Station high schools have an average class size of about 16 students per teacher, which is better than the state average of 20. Still, some students don't get the most out of classroom learning and could benefit from some additional help. For a detailed look at the student-teacher ratio of area schools, see the following table.

College Station Student-to-Teacher Ratios

Bryan High School has a 15 1 student-teacher ratio.

A&M Consolidated High School has a 14 1 student-teacher ratio.

College Station High School has a 16 1 student-teacher ratio.

Bryan Collegiate High School has a 23 1 student-teacher ratio.

The Mary Catherine Harris School has a 13 1 student-teacher ratio.

Texas State Average has a 20 1 student-teacher ratio.

College Station students don’t have to travel far to find quality post-secondary education. This table shows how nearby colleges and universities compare to others on a national scale.

College Station University Rankings

College National Rank Acceptance Rate
Rice University 5 15%
University of Texas - Austin 46 40%
Trinity University - Texas 120 41%
Southwestern University 192 45%
St. Mary's University - Texas 238 78%
University of Houston 248 59%
Texas State University 342 71%
Saint Edward's University 375 74%
University of St. Thomas - Texas 433 77%
University of Texas - San Antonio 602 76%

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Tutoring review by Brian in College Station, TX
The student did excellent work with proving quads and study skills brush-up. The student is caught up and very confident in both his math and study habits.
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Tutoring review by Candelario in College Station, TX
The student and I went over her review for an exam. The review focused almost entirely on quadratic equations: solving them using the quadratic formula, graphing them, how the graph changes if we change the function, etc. By the end of the review, she seemed to understand the concepts pretty well.
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Tutoring review by Shannon in College Station, TX
The student is doing well as usual. We worked a bit on factoring polynomials and reviewed his packet of homework.
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Tutoring review by Charlene in College Station, TX
We went over science chapters on weathering and erosion and began the next chapter on floodplains. She is trying hard to earn better grades and could benefit from improving her reading comprehension skills. The session overall went very well.
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Tutoring review by Miranda in College Station, TX
The student had some homework, so we looked at that first. It was mostly covering topics we had reviewed already: number lines, inequalities, absolute value, and excluded values. It wasn't difficult for her. Then we looked at the extra credit packet. It's very long, so she just started it, but I think the review we've done means she'll be able to complete most of it just from what we've covered. I taught her about direct and inverse variation, as well.
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Tutoring review by Remington in College Station, TX
The student has a test coming up this week so we reviewed for that. We mainly worked on solving inequalities. He had a hard time grasping why inequalities can yield two values of x and how to split the function into two parts to evaluate both choices. He was able to solve the problems on his own as we got near the end of our session but I'm not sure he completely understood why he made each step. We will talk about that next session.
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