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Klein Collins High School6

Spring, TX | Harris County


September 29, 2014

This is the worst klein school there is. Poor staff ask the way around. Very few of them care about the students. Principals are rude and disrespectful to parents and unless your child has a visible disability then they refuse to believe it. The loose paperwork and protect each other even if they are wrong. The teachers belittle the students and call them stupid.

Submitted by a parent

August 4, 2013

Klein Collins is the Best School in Klein ISD. We would not have picked another High School.

Submitted by a parent

July 21, 2013

I do not like the way of teaching of the teachers. Instead of making my children learn something new the teachers make it more harder forward the lesson more harder for them to understand.

Submitted by a parent

April 12, 2013

Staff, counselors, teachers are difficult many times to communicate with effectively, and that is a compliment, As a parent I always get the feeling they are bothered or going through the motions and not really listen to what I am asking, dealing with and what is going on my kids. The teachers and Assist Principals are difficult to contact to discuss your kids progress. The phone system is horrendous. The staff is often unprofessional and overbloated which to me translates into higher taxes. Kids, of course, are great. This could be a great school if they could get their act together.

Submitted by a parent

August 16, 2012

I am a graduate from the class of 2011 and I can say Klein Collins is a great school. There's so much to do and they offer a lot of clubs and activities as well. The teachers are top notch and they know how to be great instructors. The principal is very personable and is easy to talk to. The counselors will give your student the right direction IF you make an appointment to talk to them. Klein Collins will prepare your student but when going to college they offer to many "cushins" in the classroom, like allowing late homework depending on the teacher, even though I took advantage of that in High School. There's so much to do and this will definelty be a great school for your student.

Submitted by a student

March 8, 2011

i am a junior at klein collins the teachers and counselors are great, I am proud to be a tiger.

Submitted by a student

October 25, 2010

I absolutely LOVE this school! I moved to this school from Oak Ridge High School because of academic problems and social problems and I'm usually A straight A student but the environment of Oak Ridge is horrible so I wasn't doing very well. Then I came to Klein Collins and was immediately shocked by the educational values here. If your looking for the best school in the Spring area this is it. 5-Stars for me!

Submitted by a student

January 19, 2009

Klein Collins has a lot of determined students, and willing teachers, which makes it a good school. But the whole administration is a real pain. They are always on a trip, and your time is never of the importance. This can go the same for the counselors, since they also don't care for the student base. This is not as bad as to break the school, but it is missing a lot of potential.

Submitted by a student

November 19, 2008

I am a freshman at KC and so far love it here! I do have to say that the expectations of some of the teachers are high (especially in English) and there are a few teachers, who, I'm afraid, arn't cut out for the role. Still, it's a great school acedemically and a fun place to be! GO TIGERS

Submitted by a student

April 19, 2008

Klein Collins is a decent school, I transferred here from my high school in Michigan and lost alot of credits, due to that, I was behind a grade for a while. The counselors really don't prepare you for college. They did not recommend any universities, or really offer much advice. They did speak a couple of times to us but that is not on the 1-1 basis. All in all, good academics, just not much 1 to 1 counseling. I'm shocked though to hear negatively of the teachers, they were great.

Submitted by a student

February 10, 2008

My daughter was the first generation to graduate from KCHS. And now I have a son in the school. I have nice things to say about Klein Collins. It is the best high school around. The teachers have always been more than cooperative whenever I have needed them . Good Job! Keep it up! I was very happy with the school and still am. I love everything about Klein Collins.

Submitted by a parent

February 4, 2007

Currently, I have two children at KCHS (a Junior, and a Freshman). My kids attended private school K - 8th. During my oldest's 8th grade, we moved out of Westfield HS area just to be in Klein ISD. Of KISD's high schools, we really only wanted Klein Collins or Klein Oak. My oldest's first year was really special. Being involved in sports really helped to meet others, the coaches seemed to help her feel welcome and a part of the school; the English teacher really seemed to make an impact on my child. But since then, we've really been disappointed with how the same coaches have been toward her, the teachers really don't seem to expect too much from the kids, and/or maybe the overall student attitude is to do just enough to get by. We wouldn't do it any different, we'd still move from Westfield to KCHS!

Submitted by a parent

October 5, 2006

Klein Collins has a good academic program but the majority of the teachers and staff seem to have an attitude, are not very helpful, and several I have dealt with appear to be on a power trip. They are not there for the students, even though they will tell the general public they are. The office staff doesn't interact with the students well at all. It seems they are there to draw their paycheck and don't want to be bothered with teenagers!

Submitted by a parent

May 21, 2006

Klein Collins has potential but has not lived up to that potential. If your child is having any trouble the staff is very resistant to modifications. Some of the teachers are willing to help but like so many schools it is filled with people who need jobs and not people who like to teach and motivate. The college preparation/counseling could be better for students undecided about future career/major. The atmosphere is not one of 'we are here to make your child successful and demanding that type of excellence'. They do not go out of their way to make the experience a great learning environment.

Submitted by a parent

October 13, 2005

High quality academics; great co/extracurricular activities; parental involvement good; college preparation/counseling could be better for students undecided about future career/major. As most schools go, content areas are as good as the teachers involved.

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