Although this is quite a young school, it has greatly increased in its appearance through school projects. For example, WE planted over a total of 110 shrubs and trees around the campus. WE have also developed a compost pile process to produce our own plant fertilizer and a drip irrigation system to irrigate. Many of these projects are funded by the OJB Trading mobile store where school supplies and food are sold. I am sure more "GREEN" project ideas are on their way and can be made to happen.
- submitted by a student
April 04, 2013
My school is really working to improve itself with a new superintendent who is trying to crack down on bullying by staff and students. I think we are improving but we really do have a long way to go to be considered a good school.
- submitted by a teacher
May 16, 2011
The worst school ever. Most of the teachers are not certified and are full time subs. They have gone thru numerous principals, once again-all unqualified. The worst part is the bullying and violence done to the students with little or no consequences.