Terrible learning environment and the restrooms are always dirty. Most teachers that I've had were horrible at explaining the material. And many students are troublemakers and no one corrects them. The school administration is lazy and not helpful. Mayfair needs to clean up.
Great teachers, however the students constantly misbehave, there arent a lot of sports programs or arts programs to choose from. Sports are ok, and the arts programs are ok. They dont offer very many rigorous honors programs. The administration doesnt really listen to concerns of the students or the parents. They cancelled clubs day a day where they sell food to earn money for clubs so clubs are suffering. Homecoming is now in the really sweaty school gym with a snack booth ( Im comparing it to when we had it at knotts) There isnt a lot of school spirit and there is a excessively negative enviornment. The campus is pretty dirty, especially the bathrooms which has some grafitti, unflushed and clogged toilets, water(Im assuming) flooded on the floor and there is almost always no soap. If you are looking for a school that is slightly below average than here you go. Just take my advice and go somewhere else if you want a great high school experience.
This school needs to clean up. The barthrooms are super dirty and the janitors don't clean up when they are supposed to. They spent they're money on a tv in the band room and an electric marquee instead of new textbooks (which we need) and better programs.
Overall, some decent people doing what they can with what they have. But in the end, pretty average given the class sizes and academic challenges of many students. With ample financial aid, much better option would be Valley Christian three blocks away; they have a 98 percent college acceptance rate.
Mayfair has given me many opportunities, from art academy to the varsity softball program. The teachers at Mayfair truely care about you as an individual, and try to help you as much as possible.There is so much diversity, and so many new things we are able to learn from each other. Mayfair is just an amazing place for a little seventh grader to grow maturely into a twelfth grader, ready to take on the world. Once a Monzoon, always a Monsoon.