My son attended Culver City High School. He graduated last year. The school and teachers are excellent, caring and dedicated. We had children in Private as well as this Culver City High School, and this school was as good as any private school we attended. The teachers were the most dedicated, and the most caring that we found. The only downside to this school is the size. If your child does well in large school environments, I would recommend this school. If not, then try other choices. The electives are excellent, the parent participation is mixed. But those who do volunteer, and involve themselves in Culver City schools, are great hard working parents. The school is in need of some capital improvements, but the school board is dedicated to seeing the school receive the needed improvements. I was very impressed with the staff and administration, and although they are stretched with the number of students, seem to know each one personally. They care deeply about being a great school, and this is reflected when you interact with them. If your student does well in school or applies themselves, then the AP and Honors program is one of the best I have seen.
This school is fantastic. The teachers are very helpful and the community is great. I love going to this school, especially because of the academy of visual and preforming arts. They have really good programs for the arts and they really help me to be creative. I highly recommend this school to any student. They are willing to help you here.
Culver City High School is the home of the Academy of Visual & Performing Arts which is a one-of-a-kind arts academy where students can have a hands-on experience making films, staging plays, making great art and music and dancing!
This school is wonderful. I would definately recommend this school to any parent who wants to send their child here. Teachers help the students with all their needs, there are wonderful EC programs, and the disciplin level is wonderful. They make sure your child is on track !
The administration and teachers lack interest with the children. Most of the administration office have a bad attitude and our not helpful. There are some teachers who show interest, but very few. As a parent I tried working with my daughters teachers in getting a weekly update on her grades and only 1 was willing to work with my husband and I. It's very dissapointing when a parent wants to be involved, but the teachers at CCHS don't seem to care.
This is a very good school. My daughter has done excellent with her AP classes, and she is always involved with EC activities. There are a couple teachers that don't excel at helping students that may be having a hard time in a particular subject, but for the most part, the teachers are pretty good. I would recommend that the College Couselors meet more with students to guide them through the tests needed for college entry.