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Wellborn High School5
Posted July 17, 2014
- a community member
Wellborn is a wonderful school form the academics to athletes the school is changing how they teach students and it working the faculty and staff are supporting each and very student to go above and be on the limits there aren few things that need fixing but the principal ( Mr. Hayes) will get the school back we have a awesome community that supports Wellborn and has one another back we truly are one big family and that is WELLBORN PRIDE. Its always a great day to be a Wellborn Panther Deandre Burton A proud Panther
As a stundent at Wellborn High this school means the WORLD to me! I love this school so much! The sports here are really* good!:) The people here are AMAZING and the staff is great! Our principle and vice principle are strict but in a good way! Mr.Carter(principle) is a very nice man and has changed are school dramatically! I love WWHS! GO PANTHERS:)
My daughter went to this school, and now my grandchildren attend Wellborn High. There has been an on going problem of students being checked out without ID being checked. I specified that I wanted this done and it still is not done. Anyone can check a student out of school! Wake up Wellborn! We need for our children to be as safe as possible. Step up to the plate!
I am a graduate of W.H.S. Since graduating, I have gone on to graduate from Auburn University and now I am a teacher myself. From an educational perspective, I feel Wellborn does the best with what they have. If I lived in the area, I would be proud for my child to be a Wellborn Panther! There are some things the school could improve on and several of the amazing teachers that worked at WHS have since moved on, but overall, students can definitely recieve a quality education and are offered a variety of activities to participate in.
The teachers at Wellborn do the best with what little funding and participation they get from the Board of Education, and the state government. The problems Wellborn does have (very poor curriculum choices, especially in foreign languages), could easily be fixed if the 'good people of Alabama' would learn that compared to the rest of the country, their school funding is a joke.