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218 North Oakes Street
San Angelo, TX 76903

(325) 659-3576
(325) 659-3583
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November 04, 2014
The Teacher's were rude it's was their way or no way they always bombarded us with paperwork they got on to me but not other students just because they were cooler but there was this one special ed math teacher that was the best anyone ever could have she commited to help me in troubles the school is old and smells weird and the food is horrible

- submitted by a student
April 02, 2014
The teachers go the extra mile when it comes to planning for collegiate acceptance. The counselors structure course schedules to ensure maximum value of knowledge base building so when coupled with the teachers sincere caring and instruction, our students are well prepared for high school AP courses and ultimately, university studies.

- submitted by a parent
August 09, 2013
This school wasn't horrible, but I guess it wasn't the best either. Had a really great math teacher, she commit to her students and made our class fun. But I had an art teacher that did not see eye to eye with his students or with anyone actually, he chooses to keep his students inside the box instead of exploring outside it. Making him go his way or no way. The students and the parents had complained about this multiple times, the principle explained that there is nothing he can do since he is the only one that was willing to take this job. All this tells me is that not many want to work at this school and they hire those that will work for a low sum of money that the students and parents don't like.

- submitted by a student
August 23, 2008
This school was pretty average, and I agree with the student above who said that the English department was awful. Seriously, I had the same amount of teachers that year as I did all of my other years combined! We were supposedly a part of the high school campus, but it didn't really feel like it and now that I'm at Central, that was more like a stupid version of middle school.

- submitted by a student
July 21, 2007
This school was a joke. The English departnment is probably the worst in the State! The school is too small for at least 700 students! There are a few teachers that care, don't get me wrong. We never really did anything seeing that we are apart of the high school campus and some of the disciplinary situatutions weren't handled correctly.

- submitted by a student
January 03, 2007
Impressive staff focused on all students success.

- submitted by a parent
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Central Freshman Campus
218 North Oakes Street, San Angelo, TX  76903
(325) 659-3576
Last modified Central Freshman Campus is a Public school that serves grade 9. It has received a GreatSchools rating of 6 out of 10 based on academic quality.
Central Freshman Campus Rating: 3 out of 5 based on 6 reviews. Top