School appears to not want parent involvement. Students are poorly prepared for college, in part because teachers believe that most of the students at the school will not attend college. College is not promoted. Very sad state of affairs.
I graduated in May of 2007. Geraldine School is honored to have a principal who is extremely dedicated to his job, and he goes out of his way to get things done. Mr. Lingerfelt is definately one of Geraldine's best assets. There are a few teachers who could do a better job, but most of them are great. As for the discipline aspect for the school, I believe that they do the best they can. Parents are just uncooperative when it comes to punishing their children. For Geraldine to be so small, the selection of extracurricular activities is great. Parental involvement can not be helped by the school. Parents are given plenty of opportunities to help. I hope to send my children to Geraldine
No Art involvement in High School. High School building is unsafe and old. Discipline is very poor; no detention. No survellance cameras! Not much teacher involvement with students; leading to low grades. No money; no sports!
Geraldine school is set in a small town, everyone supports the school, and the children are loved by the community. Sports are a way of life in Geraldine, and many students go on to play in college. This school is part of my heart, and I couldn't imagine sending my children anywhere else.
I am a Geraldine High School Alumni. Now my daughter is a student. Geraldine is a great school and for the most part they have wonderful teachers and activities.There are some teachers i feel are questionable but the are few compared to the other 98% of wonderful teachers. Geraldine is a small town with a great communtiy ro back it up. You don't have to be 'high class' to be treated like a person.