The good things are that Aledo is smaller, so you have smaller classes and less crowds. We have a lot of spirit when it comes to sports, and usually do very well in UIL, which is very fun. Most students are kind or at least not rude. The downside about Aledo is that it's smaller, so there's less diversity and different ideas. Most of the kids are wealthy, and republican, leaving even some white people, which Aledo mostly is, down in the minorities if you aren't either. While most people are nice or indifferent to others, kids can also be cruel if you're obviously different. All in all though, Aledo is nicer than most Texas schools and I'd come here again.