I'm a Student in Inglewood High school and I think that there are teachers who really care and know how to teach students!
I think that IHS is a bad school to try to send your children to. I think the principal Ms. Debbie Tate isn't at all concerned with the children's future.
The qualities academic programs are terrific.Students could even follow them and understand their discipline and behavior.Having music and extracurricular activities are really important for students.In my case I'm really involve in my childrens education, in which I attend to their meetings.I think every school like Inglewood High is very on top of what they do and are specified on their students.Which is great for all the students.
I am very dissatisfied with the Inglewood school district. The only time I hear anything from the administrators is when my son is in trouble. The school should look into the possibility of letting go all of the extra office staff and worry about getting more quality teachers.
My son attended Inglewood for 2 years, and initially things were good, however, as time passed I noticed that the school was eager to meet with parents only on the days it had to because of district requirements, my impression was that they were always so busy being reactive to problem children instead of being proactive, very little parent-teacher involvement, counselors not always accessable, and not enough room for extra curricular classes for students to attend. Poor book materials, and not enough school guidance or communication with parents.
Inglewood is the best high school in ca. It [gave] me the tools to accomplish my goals in college...
I know for a fact that Inglewood High has a very competitive academic program, at least for AP students. My daughter has attended Inglewood High from 9th grade with few problems academically. She has been involved with the AP classes since 9th grade. I do know that more stress should be placed on the school's academic programs. The programs should be publicized more to the community and media in order to gain more positive recognition; this will help squash a lot of the negative impressions that a lot of people outside of Inglewood School District have about our schools. The success of the AVID College Prep Program program should be publicized more in our community and to the local media to receive more community support. Sport events should be publicized more to the community, not just relying on the children to spread the word!
The school and the administrators are more concerned for the trouble making students. The students demonstrating excellence are often forgot. Problems with the school...report card late, corrected grades on report card late! Attendance is a big question.
My son goes to Inglewood Hight school and he does very good the only problem is they dont have mateial they need to succeed in life. The councler are good but the principle only cares about disclipln and the sports
I think its a great school however there is a lot of room for improvement
Inglewood is a great high school. It can improve academically but sports wise it has it all. I think with more funding inglewood high school can become one of los angeles' best schools.
Like many schools in LA county, good teachers but ineffective adninistration. Too much attention given to sports and not academics
My child attend Inglewood for a few months and it was the worst experience. The teachers and the counselor do not care. They don't return phone calls and neither does the principal. The required homework the student should receive is not assigned every night according to the school's manual. The teacher could not control the students in her class. I would not recommend this school to anyone who is pursuing and serious about a college education.
I think the school is okay but I think they need better leadership and I would not asvise anyone to go there if they are serious about college.
Inglewood High is a very progressive school. I would say students are given tremendous liberty to pursue their own academic interests. Specificaly, no student feels constrained by things like attendance, homework, exams or even the risk of failing a course. Instead, one can roam freely and enjoy the plethora of experiences that so mark adolescence.
As a former student. I believe this school really needs more funding for new books and supplies to create a better learning environment for students and teachers. Teachers need to get the students involved more in the classroom.
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