The teachers at Garey are really cool! :D i am a freshman and i'm enjoying this high school. The students on campus are really nice. I recommend this high school. At first i was scared but there was nothing to be scared about.
I graduated From Garey in 2005. And by far I Loved that school! Teachers there like to help students out. Your counselor will help out and let you know what's going on with grades and everything else. Even after I graduated I still will help support the school since my brother then started and he played Football and he also graduated this year 2011. And we still have another brother to go. And yet will still support Garey!
i graduated from Garey in 07. It was the best 4 years of my life. The teachers are very welcoming anf they are willing ot help you out. I am currently a member of the USAF and its going very well for me. My name is A1C Joseph G. Delatorre
i attended Garey HIgh School after I transfered from Village Academy at Indian Hill. To be honest, i enjoyed my time there than at Village. The teachers are really kind, and your counselors are up to date on how the student is. My counselor used to call me out and explain to me my progress. It meant a lot to me knowing that someone who hardly knew me was interested about my grades and classes.
I love Garey High School, it's a great learning enviroment. This School is full of wonderful youth activities that help us grow in to responsible young adults. All of the staff members are very hard working and dedicated educators and their work is gladly appreciated. Keep it up Garey!
Garey High School has been for the last few years on the rise. It is improving academically by leaps and bounds. Unfortunately though, Garey is located in an area that has been plagued by violence, gangs, altercations, etc. Even with all of these distractions, the school has been able to remain strong. The school is jam-packed with an array of programs its students can join. Not just athletics, but various clubs. Its classes pretty much has three levels or categories they are arranged in. There is non-college preparatory classes, then follows the college-prep classes, then finally the AP and honors classes. As for the AP honors classes, they are at a level where students will be challenged. As for the teachers, some care more than others. But the majority that I have encountered have cared deeply for their students academic status and care and wish them well in the future.