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Oh yeh, The volleyball coach doesn’t even know how to play. The team was awful because she chose kids who don’t know how to play. Mr. Whalen watches Porn under his desk. You forget your ID, immediate detention. Wearing a sweatshirt without the school logo, immediate detention. Lunch lady yells at everyone for stupid things. The hallways are to crowded. The bus people give referrals for the dumbest things. And The bathrooms always smell like have there. I am not hating on any of this because it happened to me, it hasn’t.
It’s a good school, that’s for sure. The teachers are good. However, it’s overcrowded and hard to move from class to class in a small hall. But it’s alright, and not the worst school in the world.
I go to this school right now it’s pretty good most of the teachers are nice but the students, every single one of them are full of themselves. Overall it’s a great school. Little tip DON’T TAKE TECHNOLOGY!!! it’s so boring and Mr. Beamer (no offense) expects us to know everything he “teaches” but he doesn’t teach us anything.
My two sons went to this school right after it was built. Now my grandson is going there. Academically, it’s still excellent …. especially for those students who are either gifted or have a disability ….but it is overcrowded , and lunch leaves much to be desired . They’ve incorporated yoga to help the tense students calm down, but don’t make sure each student takes it…….and from what I’m told, there’s many who need it….. But after it all, my son’s loved it….and so does my grandson!
To tell u the truth, the people that are giving low ratings on the school are students that did not behave in their classes. I personally (As an adult) love this school because it gives parents the recourses to interact with their children’s daily activities. For example, you can check their grades or volunteer. Also, the teachers push their students for the best, even though some of the students may not accept it.