As of 6/2/2016, Great Schools shows Casa's graduation rate at 98%, Bella Vista's at 97%, and the state average at 81%. Though I graduated from here a very long time ago, my experience was excellent. The school offered me a place to grow academically, culturally, and socially.
Casa Robles is a terrible school. Disconnected teachers, lack of leadership and poor programs for the students (No Band) The campus is old and dirty. Take a look at Bella Vista or better yet send you kids to St. Francis or Jesuit!! CASA IS A WEAK! Look at the facts...CASA has the lowest API Scores of all high schools in the San Juan SD.
This is a feel good school full of wonderful staff and students. I am so happy to be part of this community and I could not ask for a better experience for my kids. There are so many opportunities for them to get involved and to make a difference.
Given that this school is a "fundamental" school, the level of parent involvement is awesome. The curriculum is very complete, ranging from remedial classes for children who need extra help, to AP classes for kids who want to be academically challenged. The teachers, for the most part, seem to enjoy their jobs and truly enjoy being around children. The administration is approachable and helpful. There is a tremendous selection of extracurricular activities - more than I have seen at any other high school. The block system is fantastic. I have no complaints and highly recommend this school.
This schools leadership has been a challenge for us as parents. Each year our son has had a teacher whose only interest is in following the curriculm and leaving our son (an honor student) behind. There is no comparison of this school to a nearby HS which is very transparent on their website.
Well , i went to this school, and i absoloutly hated it. The staff is so mean they totally leave you behind and if you dont catch up quick you fail! i mean i reccomend this school for extremly smrt students but for students that need some extra help on difficult stuff like me, do not go there! and plus im not trying to say nothing bad but im mexican and the staff and teachers and students treated me horrible like if i was some kind of animal.? They always ignore me never help me out or nothing i finally spoke to my mom and she switched me i told her i just couldnt take it anymore and seriously i didnt learn nothing what so ever going there i didnt even want to go to school. Oh to top it theres like no african americans nor mexicans nor asians):