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San Jose, CA
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3300 Quimby Road
San Jose, CA 95148

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October 29, 2014
EVHS has such a bad reputation, but it's not really THAT bad. There are really bad teachers, but everyone forgets that there are also a handful of good teachers who really make your high school years memorable. In terms of spirit, there really is none. The Homecoming rally and BOTC are the only big events worth going to at EV. I had the option of going to Silver Creek but I chose EV because I knew it would be more beneficial to me in terms of getting into college. Yes, this school has lousy teachers, but if you're a GOOD student you take the good with the bad and try to make the most out of it. I am currently a college student attending a top university and I can tell you that most of what I have learned at EV has really carried over into college.

- submitted by a student
October 07, 2014
My school is honestly really awful. You think it's a nice school and all, but once you get in you realise how bad the teachers are, how the students struggle on what would be easy in other schools, and how dirty and nasty it is. I don't like anything about this school at all. The only thing holding this school together are the try-hard students who study so much and still barely scrape by in their AP classes. The only classes that were actually normal and good were PE and Art for me. The rest need better teachers. There are still some teachers in which students petitioned to get fired due to crazy behavior and inadequate teachings who are still working. I'm not sure if they have to keep the teacher by contract but if over 60+ students agreed this teacher should be fired, they should be fired. They need to find someone who can spot actual teachers and re-interview everybody and fire people who are unable to teach and discipline their students. We also are in desperate need of funds for basic things teachers need to teach, yet extra funds raised were used on some stupid beautifying project of painting cougar pawprints at the front of the school. It honestly looks disgusting.

- submitted by a student
September 26, 2014
Do i know this school? Heck yeah! Every since I transferred in middle school, I've been anxiously wanting to get out of middle school and get to Evhs already.Now I am, my first year of highschool.At first everything is scary, but then as the day passes by, it's not that bad.There is no bullying here at all and no one is consider as a loner kids.I feel like I am part of something because there are a lot of activities during school and after that you can get involved.Although this school is over populated,everyone gets a chance to be part of something.No one gets left behind.Everyday is a new adventure here cause something new is always happening.So I recommend you to bring your kids here because it's a great place for them to be part of something.

- submitted by a community member
September 26, 2014
To examine a school deeply, one must dig down to its roots. A George Eliot once said, " It will never rain roses: when we want to have more roses, we must plant more roses. And the roots of EVHS are its great students and stellar leadership. Unlike other schools, EVHS offers a comprehensive Leadership program that makes a direct, positive impact not just to the school but to the Evergreen Community as well. Students here are positively influential and dedicate their time to continue to build upon the stable roots of the school. Staff mostly demonstrate professionalism and respect for students. Obviously, there is never going to be an "invincible" school that reaches Perfectionism however EVHS is reaching this state like an exponential function.

- submitted by a student
September 25, 2014
Of course, no school is perfect, but I believe EV is for sure darn close to it. As a student, not only is it an educational institute, but it's also a place where I can have fun and express myself. Our events (such as Homecoming, Winterfest, Battle) and spirit days/weeks are super fun with great participation from the student body. I honestly feel like I live in High School Musical sometimes. All in all, I love my school, and I wouldn't want to go anywhere else for the world.

- submitted by a student
September 25, 2014
EVHS is a wonderful school to be at. As of right now, 2014, I am a junior and I have spent 3 years at this school and have lived my entire life in this community. The day I first entered high school was so much different. I was scared that I would not fit in at first, but after the 1st week, all my fears dissipated. The students and upperclassmen especially, were so welcoming and open to weirdness and whatever opinions you had to express. These students were really the ones that set the example for all the incoming students. We know that when it is our time, we need to give back to those incoming students as well. Activities at EVHS can be rowdy and crazy but that's what is so amazing. Students of this school have the support from the staff to be able to pull it off. The recent administration has been wonderful - attending school/student events, conversing with students, participating in spirit weeks, etc. Although some students may complain of the teachers, I believe that at every school there are bad and good teachers. If you get a "bad" teacher, you can go find a teacher that you connect with and build a relationship with them. Everything is a matter of perspective. :)

- submitted by a student
September 25, 2014
As a student of EVHS, I am proud to show off my campus and the community present within it. Evergreen Valley High School is beautiful, with an impressive campus and a caring student body. Our school not only features great academics and future leaders, but hosts a culture not seen at many modern schools. The atmosphere of EVHS can be felt once you walk through the gates of the school. At once, you will notice the beautiful murals painted by students and the clean campus which is maintained by staff and students alike. The partnership between staff and students allows EV to be a safe place, filled with people who genuinely care about each others' wellbeing. The students at EVHS are highly motivated and involved individuals, and the combination of intelligent and kind students creates a highly professional yet amicable environment. While there is high academic competition, there is without a doubt a high sense of community and pride for EVHS. There is no doubt in my mind that no other school demonstrates school spirit quite like Evergreen students.

- submitted by a student
September 23, 2014
Believe it or not, no school is ever perfect. Trust me, you will see the same dirt in Valley Christian as you see in EV. But it is up to you if you want to be part of that dirt or the growing success's of the school. Evergreen Valley has healthy competition. I am not saying that we are perfect, but where there is success there will always be the people who try to pull you back down to their level. Some teachers are not as parents expect, but it is the students who make up the school. If students can not take up responsibility for their grades, and just blame it on their teachers, who are here trying their very best to give a education, for FREE, then it is not right to blame them. Especially for the fact that they are not payed as much as teachers in other states. I personally feel like, we as students need to take up the responsibility for our education because we have no right to blame others than out selves.

- submitted by a student
June 25, 2014
This school has substantially improved since last year [which you read about in other people's reviews as I want to get to my points]. There is a lot of great things about the school. However, for introvert and shy kids, it can still be an uncomfortable place. There's over 2,600 kids at this school. People here are friendly, if almost too friendly. Extroversion and loudness is the norm, approaching obnoxious. You can still feel a gap with the rest of the population if you're not comfortable with that kind of environment. I've seen a lot of my introvert friends here become alienated from the whole school. With this, I transferred out to a smaller high school and loved the more intimate, peaceful environment. No one here flaunts about 'how they got a new phone or clothes' or other pretentious stuff. People were more willing to listen to you and also think about the world around us instead of burying oneself in repetitive social activities and academic work (they're both important, but there are times when you need to just step away and focus). In short, if you're shy at any level, a smaller school would be better. For everyone else, EVHS is heaven.

- submitted by a student
May 21, 2014
This campus is a very beautiful place. This high school has a very welcoming environment and accepts all people. The spirit and livelihood in this community is unbelievable. I have not seen any experiences of bullying or exclusion in this school. For the education, it has extremely high scores and many of its students move onto UCs and other top notch universities. It is an unforgettable experience to be a part of Evergreen Valley High School.

- submitted by a student
May 14, 2014
2013-2014 was a wonderful year for EVHS in all aspects. The excitement teeming on the first week of school with Welcome Week filled with balloons, pins, and other activities started off the year on point. The class pride and love during Homecoming with the Night Rally, Pep Rally, and class decorations was indescribably crazy. The coming together of many different students to honor the holidays during Winterfest presented such a warm atmosphere. The gym filled with 2000+ students & teachers cheering for their class and our school, all sweaty yet restless to invoke their love, showed just how important EVHS is during Battle of the Classes. In addition to these school-wide pride-inducing events, EVHS has almost a 100 different clubs participating to enrich our school and its people. Renowned for its beautiful diversity, our school campus is rocked everyday by cultural clubs including IDC, LSU, VSU, BSU, Polynesian, etc. The dedication and passion bursting through each student for academics and vigor is truly phenomenal. Our school community comes together to show just how talented and smart each individual is and that is what makes being a Cougar so amazing.

- submitted by a student
May 03, 2014
EVHS is such an amazing school! I honestly feel like I'm getting the best high school experience at EV, an experience that I can't get anywhere else. EV is so diverse. It has a population of so many unique students, and we get to see all the amazing talents of each student at events like Winterfest, Homecoming, Battle of the Classes, and countless other school events! Our band is always a judge's favorite at every competition, the boy's golf team has only lost 6 games in their entire existence at EV, there are always students attending the national science fairs, our speech and debate team is amazing, and so much more.The Polynesian club and dance groups always perform at school events and at lunch just because they love doing it, our theater performances are always so professionally done, and there are over 80 clubs who enrich the lives of the student body. Our Leadership class does an incredible job of having monthly student weeks, we have at least 4 spirit rallies a semester, and the class spirit AND unity at battle and homecoming is beautiful. EVHS is remarkable, and I am so happy I am able to attend such a rewarding high school. GO COUGARS!

- submitted by a community member
April 30, 2014
I am a senior at EVHS this year and looking back through my years in high school, I have to say that I wouldn't have wanted to go anywhere else. The school spirit here is amazing and EVHS has so many different events to incorporate everyone such as Homecoming, multicultural Winterfest, Battle of the classes, and a lot more. Also, there's been many improvements just in the past year with the new administration that makes it easier for myself and my peers to find resources for our academic needs. I love EVHS and I will miss it deeply. Thank you for being like a second home to me!

- submitted by a student
April 30, 2014
I really enjoyed my four years being at this school. I have enjoyed every single moment on the campus, surrounded by a community of teachers and students that really care about creating an effective learning environment and fostering growth not only in academics, but also personal growth.

- submitted by a student
April 30, 2014
As a sophomore at EVHS, I've had the pleasure to spend two wonderful years at this school. My teachers have all been knowledgable about their specific subjects, the environment is friendly, and the opportunities are countless. Our school spirit is pretty much unbeatable. Hosted events such as Homecoming and Winterfest involve every student on campus. We also boast over 60 various clubs and several sports (many of them in A-League). Not to mention, EV has the highest API in the district. I truly look forward to attending school every morning, and I couldn't be prouder to be a Cougar.

- submitted by a student
April 30, 2014
EVHS is definitely not your ordinary school. It's filled with a diverse group of amazing, talented, unique people. Not only do we rock academically but EVHS is extremely spirited. So before you think about going to this school be prepared for an amazing ride. EVHS has such a broad amount of activities that any student can participate in and attend. We have a Multicultural Winter Fest that is held every year to celebrate all the holidays. We also have Homecoming in which we bring the entire school together and we can't forget it's also to honor FOOTBALL. And lastly the main event is BOTC which is Battle of the Classes. Battle of the Classes is extremely intense and very competitive but it definitely brings the whole school together and showcases what the individual classes are capable of. It's something that is held yearly and is an event many students look forward to! In all honesty, I love EVHS and there isn't any other school id rather be in. The environment itself is so beautiful and the people there are just amazing. There are great teachers, variety of activities to chose from and an overload of SPIRIT!! EVHS has changed my life and I'm looking forward to the next 2 years.

- submitted by a community member
April 29, 2014
EVHS has truly changed. When I first entered EVHS, I heard many negative reviews about the school, naturally making me very scared to come here. Once I started school however, I realized that all of these stories are false. EV is in fact, a wonderful school to be at. Many worry that the teachers are bad, but this is true at every school and also EV compensates for these teachers by having amazing and motivating ones too. For all the years I've been here, I have formed really close bonds with some of my teachers, and they're willing to put in extra time and effort to help you in any way they can, you just have to ask! Another great thing about EV are the numerous event. In 2014, Leadership truly made it a goal to make sure that EV is not only more spirited, but to guarantee the student body that they get the most out of the high school experience. Whether it's Homecoming, Battle of the Classes, or the Multicultural Winterfest, the events held at EV are really great. One if my favorite parts about EV is the clubs. There are so many options for students to choose, ranging from Speech and Debate to Science and Tech, Tennis or sports, or cultural groups like Vietnamese and Indian.

- submitted by a student
April 29, 2014
I have been at this school for 2 years and I can honestly say that EVHS is a wonderful school and has improved tremendously within the past year. The new admins are very helpful and more interactive with students. School spirit has risen a lot and the students here are full with cougar pride. Although some teachers are weaker at teaching, most of them provide plenty of material and help for the students to succeed. Our school is diverse and we love to embrace it! Winterfest is a cultural festival that we have each year and clubs such as BSU, LSU, VSU, Kababayan etc. add on to the culture. Test scores are the highest in the district and many students go off to amazing universities. We have events such as homecoming and battle of the classes, and it blows people's minds to see how amazing it is. The school is definitely a safe environment and the campus is beautiful. Our sports teams are in top leagues and we have amazing competitors in our math club, robotics, etc. There is so much about EV that I love and I'm positive that many others would agree.

- submitted by a student
April 29, 2014
Evergreen Valley High School is phenomenal. I've been here for almost four years, and I can honestly say that this school has truly shaped me into the person I am today. I've met so many amazing people with my time being here. Everyone at this school is very welcoming and super spirited. We love spirit days and most of the students go all out! EVHS offers many AP classes that will benefit students and their academic future. We have the highest API scores in the entire district. Not only are we academically strong, but we also offer many extracurricular actives, such as clubs and sports. We have a wide variety of clubs- with more than 30 to choose from! Our sports are incredibly impressive, as our Basketball Boys Varsity went to CCS this year. Overall, Evergreen is just life-changing. :) P.S. EVHS proms are always super amazing! As they say, high school is truly what you make of it. I am immensely happy that I chose EVHS as my high school. I love Evergreen Valley High School and I always will!!

- submitted by a student
April 29, 2014
Evergreen Valley High School is phenomenal. I've been here for almost four years, and I can honestly say that this school has truly shaped me into the person I am today. I've met so many amazing people with my time being here. Everyone at this school is very welcoming and super spirited. We love spirit days and most of the students go all out! EVHS offers many AP classes that will benefit students and their academic future. We have the highest API scores in the entire district. Not only are we academically strong, but we also offer many extracurricular actives, such as clubs and sports. We have a wide variety of clubs- with more than 30 to choose from! Our sports are incredibly impressive, as our Basketball Boys Varsity went to CCS this year. Evergreen is just overall life-changing. :) P.S. EVHS proms are always super amazing! As they say, high school is truly what you make of it. I am immensely happy that I chose EVHS as my high school. I love Evergreen Valley High School and I always will!!

- submitted by a student
April 29, 2014
I think that after the admin fix they did this year, and the absolute skyrocket in the spirit and school community this year, this school is now awesome. There are a couple of off teachers still but they're starting to change their ways, and are definitely a minority in comparison with all the awesome teachers.

- submitted by a student
April 29, 2014
Evergreen Valley High School has definitely improved over the years that I have been here. With the new principal this year, there have been many positive changes to the system! Students are now offered the opportunity to take up to 4 AP classes, which is great compared to the limited amount in the past. Although many have complained that EV has 'bad teachers', I believe that that is inevitable for each and every school. Aside from academics, this year was the first time I've seen an abundance amount of school spirit from the 3 years I've been here. It definitely affected my high school experience in a positive manner,

- submitted by a student
April 29, 2014
Evergreen is an amazing school with staff and teachers who support and encourage students daily. This school is extremely diverse by having a variety of clubs and multicultural school events. The events planned by students themselves are extremely extraordinary and makes the school united.

- submitted by a student
April 29, 2014
Evergreen is an amazing school. The new principal and administration has done so much for our school; such as benches for people to eat and sit on, they walk around during break and lunch and interact with the students, and they are huge supporters of our sports program, always attending the games. Teachers at EV don't only teach us school material, but also valuable life lessons. We are also a diverse school, with many student unions (such as chinese student union, vietnamese student union, black student union, etc) who have fashion shows, performances, and spirit weeks for the students to participate in. Our sports teams are very dedicated and hard working and it definitely shows when it comes to the games/matches. Overall EV is a very good high school and we encourage everyone to come!

- submitted by a student
April 29, 2014
Ok so there any many misconceptions that i am gonna clear here. this is my first year at evhs and it is probably the best school in our district by a landslide for many reasonds. Now heres why people. first off, the campus and staff are great, the campus has been extremely clean and safe, and our staff has been amazing this year. previous years i heard it was terrible but look, we have a new principal and a new principal. Ms. Kelly and Mr. Kleckner are probably the greatest people ever, they have cleaned up and made all the teachers better, they have stopped all drug use and violence whatsoever, and have made evhs a golden school. second, our counselors are amazing and we have our own online counseling database called naviance, where students can get all the help they can possibly imagine and are very involved and will help you with anything necessary. It is the best school in the district NOW, not before, but NOW, campus = amazing, staff = amazing, students = amazing, api score = highest in district, and finally, a loving and caring community == always there for you

- submitted by a student
April 11, 2014
EVHS has changed a lot within the last year.No clue why some of the reviews are so stinky .The new Principal is bringing in lot of positive changes.My son feels very safe at the campus .Some of the Science and Math teachers are really good . EVHS has honors classes and they have at least 60 AP classes in various subjects! Parents have tools like school loop, school voice calls and emails to get information in a timely manner.I have seen the principal attending various events to boost the school spirit.Yes, the school has some problems just like all other campuses but with right leadership, school is moving into the right direction for sure. This school has good band program, nice athletic program and tons of clubs to choose from.Go cougars!

- submitted by a parent
March 21, 2014
EVHS has improved a lot over the year. More APs are offered to students who are willing to learn. Most of teachers are good, and responsible for. More info is shared with parents by phone and schoolloop

- submitted by a parent
March 17, 2014
It is an OK school and child will get a good education. But, information is hard to get, counselors are overworked, unavailable. Course selection for the next year is done first in naviance, then the counselors approve the 2000 requests. AP night is held for parents and students, and then students submit AP requests on paper, which are processed by the counselors. AP night can be held BEFORE students submit requests in naviance? Course catalog on the school website is from 2009 and outdated. It lists courses no longer available, and does not list new courses. Departments do not have websites. Not all teachers are required to use schoolloop. Child might not know his grades for weeks unless he asks teacher. Things will improve with the new principal who is responsive to parents and trying to change and improve the school.

- submitted by a community member
December 26, 2013
teachers are biased and bitter in many cases. Huge drug problem, and massive amounts of bullying takes place with a lack of initiative in staff to lend support. If you are struggling, regardless the reason, no one is going to show you any empathy.

- submitted by a community member
November 10, 2013
This school has a new principal and she is very good. She cares about the children and there is a renewed school spirit in the school. My son has positive feedback and I am glad that his final two years at EVHS will be ones that he will enjoy and value more than the first two years. The principal also attended the choir concert on Thursday which had not happened before and my son is in his third year of choir. The concert was the best one yet and the teacher is very dedicated with her students. Ms. K always puts on a great performance. A big thank you to you.

- submitted by a parent
August 28, 2013
My daughter attended 9th grade in this school. Our experience: A first-year English teacher who lost multiple homeworks and tests and gave 0s for those; 3 schcool consulers for ~3000 students; No honors classes; Parents are not allowed to do anything for their kids or get involved in school life. Kids are left fighting for limited resources and uncaring teachers themselves; While there is an "AP night" when they talk about the classes and ask kids to carefully choose up to 3 classes, they randomly assign ONE AP class for 10th graders regardless of their choices: why do they even bother with an "AP night" in the first place! school management is non-exist; school ground is dirty though nearly new; Students on side walk, not the lawn are sprinkled that grass died. Should I continue? If the school's acdemic performance is OK, it is because of parents/students, not the school.

- submitted by a parent
March 31, 2013
Definitely not a good school, for students who are willing to go to universities. This school does not provide their students what they need, for example, the resources, counselors, good teachers and advanced classes. Things are just horrible at this school and it needs to be fixed. All the students who are willing to take advanced classes should be able to take them.

- submitted by a student
March 18, 2013
EV is an excellent school. It has excellent teachers who care deeply for students. Students who complain about teachers are just too lazy to pay attention during class. Ev has a broad selection of classes and electives. People can't expect a school to have a dozen choices for each department. I'd highly recommend your child to attend this school. He or she will will receive the best of teaching and support. Go Cougars!

- submitted by a community member
March 10, 2013
Being here for a few days made me quickly realize that there is much more to the high school experience besides academics. Granted, the teachers are very excellent, with many AP classes. But the students here are what ruins it. There are way too many fights, drugs, learning apathy, bullying, and racism. You will be torn apart if you are introverted, average, or otherwise not popular. I am happy at another school now, where the people are friendly, sociable, and tolerant. I have become less quiet, and feel much closer with others, students, teachers, and parents. This is an average school and many here think all schools are the same. But there are those of us that know better, are you one of them?

- submitted by a community member
February 14, 2013
High school has its ups and downs-its an inevitable part of the experience that will happen regardless of any school you attend. Having said that, I can happily say that EVHS has transformed me into the person I am today. Most of the faculty is amazing-I can only think of a couple of teachers that I truly had an issue with. For the most part, teachers will take their time and speak with you outside of class if you need help regarding classwork, or just school in general-as long you take the time to address your issues. The administration does their best to work with everyone. In response to the previous poster, I have worked with the administration regarding the Pledge and have been a participant in the global field trips that the poster addresses. The decision was taken in order to prevent any discomfort that students may have regarding the Pledge. As to "anti-American sentiments" presented in global field trip presentations, I can attest to the fact that these organizations and the teachers involved with them strive to only show the effects of globalization in the world around us, and the USA's role in it. EVHS takes a progressive stance regarding the shaping of future leaders.

- submitted by a student
December 29, 2012
I honestly have to say that moving here for my junior year (which is supposed to be the most important/rigorous year) was one of the worst choices I've ever made. Don't get me wrong, the students here are very nice people. But the teachers are what makes me shake my head. Sadly, there is only the slightest amount of teachers that actually care about the actual student and more than just a GPA. I've only been here for so long but it's more than enough. The quality of the teachers (as you've probably read through) is tremendously horrid. I cannot emphasis this enough. Coming from a student who has never had anything below a 3.8 GPA, I've suffered so much this year. I understand that academically, schools must be rigorous. But it does help when teachers are willing to give that extra push instead of throwing work at you without explaining it. The best part of it is when I asked the counselor to switch me out of a class I am failing in, she told me to get a tutor like everyone else. You know, not everyone can afford a tutor. It just makes me grief over the fact that no one is willing to help me even when I come to them. I wouldn't recommend this school to anyone.

- submitted by a student
December 12, 2012
The principal of this school is deplorable. The principal does not take any responsibility for students, teachers, the school. She ascribes the goings on to anything but herself. She has the students who do the Pledge of Allegiance say to sit down and be silent. With this she allows one of her teachers to do a school assembly for global field trips and the presentation was full of anti-American sentiment. How am I to teach my child responsibility for her actions and national pride with school principals like this? Is this what public schools have become?

- submitted by a parent
December 08, 2012
Honestly, EV was disappointing. I'm a sophomore, and the only classes that I'm learning anything are whap and math, which shouldn't be the case. The only thing making it a good schools are us, the motivated students, not the mediocre teachers.

- submitted by a student
October 03, 2012
Overall, I believe this is a great school, especially at academic. Also, from statistics of graduated students, this is wonderful school, very competitive to schools such as Los Altos high and Homestead. There're so many students entering top UC school. So, what more do we expect? What this school needs to improve is parents involement, compared to other schools like Gunn High. So, let's put more time and effort to help EV, to build a more decent comunity school.

- submitted by a parent
January 31, 2012
We moved to this school after the school year began. I had high hopes, but I have to say that I have been very disappointed. Despite this school's high rating, so far I find most of (not all) the teachers to be incompetent, unprofessional, weak in subject matter knowledge, and unhelpful. They really seem to hate teenagers. There are many fights, drugs, and overall lack of discipline. The dress code, or behavioral rules for that matter, are not enforced, because the administration is out of touch, lacking in an authoritative presence, and unwilling to take a stand. The athletic department is extremely disorganized, and the school's technology seems to date back to the 80's. Even the parents lack discipline, as they park illegally, do not follow rules, and do not enforce school rules on their children. This school's problems cannot be solved overnight, since the entire school district is underfunded and unsupported by the community. If you are considering moving to San Jose, wait until your children no longer need to attend school. Good luck to us all as we hope our children will learn under such terrible conditions.

- submitted by a parent
September 28, 2011
I agree with the lack of unity and lack of school spirit. In addituon, Admin/leadership of school does absolutley nothing to promote anything , very poor communications with parents (e.g announcing Back to school Night on school loop a few hours prior to the the event) 50% of teachers do not bother responding on school loop yet it is the ONLY connection the parent has with the school. School WAY TOO OVERCROWDED. Staff overworked. Teachers assume all students have computers and are expected to print out handouts. Library and computer labs inaccessible. In fairness to the teachers much of this is due to budget cuts w

- submitted by a parent
July 31, 2011
I am a substitute teacher in the East Side District. Evergreen Valley is without doubt the best high school in the district. The behavior of the students is superior, the classroom preparation is excellent, and the student commitment to learning is obvious in virtually every classroom.

- submitted by a community member
July 06, 2011
My child will be attending EVHS and the registration process has already been a disappointing experience. The staff who directed parents to the seating area presented herself more like a military drilled sergeant with no social etiquette or proper customer service skills. "Hey, put that down... You! sit over there!" It didn't feel like a school environment and that made me wonder the level of "quality" education the school is capable of providing.

- submitted by a parent
June 15, 2011
I agreed with the assessment about EVHS. My daughter took AP Calculus AB last year (10th grade) with Ms Thieu and it was horrible. I had to hire private tutor for her 4 hours/wk to catch up because the teacher taught almost nothing at school and she gave out hw that took 3-4 hours a day to complete. My daughter is a straight A+ student in all her previous math classes (and other subjects). I hired 2 different experienced math tutors and they both agreed. When I emailed and asked her about it, she told me that it should take < 1hr a day to complete her math hw. Please. I was a calculus tutor and teacher assistant in college many years ago and I do know about math.

- submitted by a parent
June 03, 2011
The students here deserve better teachers. I have recently completed my junior year at this school and the quality of the teachers is just horrendous. With the exception of a handful of wonderful teachers, most of the teachers at EV have obsolete teaching methods, unorganized grading systems, no motivation towards teaching, and are just plain incompetent. Many students here are very bright, talented, and passionate about learning, hence the schools high API score, but it is not because of the teachers. The staff quality is overwhelmingly poor; staff-student communication is almost nonexistent and most of the staff show no concern about the students' futures or well being. EV's good-looking campus is ruined by the overcrowding of students and complete lack of unity. There is almost no school spirit and the student population is divided up into its own secluded groups and cliques. Also, EV has a ridiculously poor selection of classes. EV has no honor classes, not many APs, and only two foreign languages. This is laughable when compared to other schools of this size. Other than a nice campus, good students, and an unpleasant high school experience, EV has little else to offer.

- submitted by a student
April 09, 2011
Honestly, this school consist of the worst teachers, who can't comprehend the act of "teaching." This is my Junior year and it's a waste of time. Students are unmotivated because of the unmotivated teachers. I wish I could go to Silver Creek after hearing all the stories!

- submitted by a student
March 20, 2011
Its more of the students making this a good school, not the staff. I personally think that this school may not have the right activities and staff for learning, but it definitely has the perfect learning environment for students of all abilities. For me, I really had no choice but to go here or silver creek, but for the sake of distance and friends, I chose this school.

- submitted by a student
March 17, 2011
As a sophomore student here. I can say that it's been disappointing. Although there are some good teachers, I would say that some teachers aren't qualified to teacher their subjects, and are just lazy and incompetent. A more budget cuts happen, they'll be a lack of opportunities and services.

- submitted by a student
February 28, 2011
I am a student here and i strongly think that this school is not as great as everyone makes it seem! There are no good electives compared to many many other schools. Its teachers are not good! probly only 2 out of 4 teachers are good! i dont learn anything in 3 of my current classes. not that i do not pay attention because i do and i actually try to learn but these teachers just CAN NOT TEACH! the one and only thing good about this school is its campuse. Many parents think this school is so great! well its not remember this IS HIGHSCHOOL! drugs, fights, and major problems do occur here 24/7!!!!!!!

- submitted by a student
October 25, 2010
EVHS really is what you make of it. Given that this is a fairly new school, it is no wonder that a surplus of activities has yet to be developed. But take into consideration the quality of the things that do exist. Students at EVHS push the limits, are passionate, and excel in what they do. The campus is beautiful, the opportunities (if you take the time to put yourself out there and really take hold of them) are good, and the overall environment is one of the best. You get the best of both worlds at EVHS- the competition is great for growth and challenge in educational aspects, and there are a few great activities that students really put their hearts into which bring out the best in everyone. Work hard and be interactive. You will see that EVHS really is a great place.

- submitted by a student
May 16, 2010
This is my second and final year of attending EVHS. although I am only a sophomore, I've noticed the ambiguity that is my high school. although we've received a 'distinguished' 10/10, I'd like to disagree. I think that our high tests scores cover up our overcrowded, sometimes high-strung campus. It is not clear to me whether our high scores are a direct result of 'good' teachers, or the mainly intelligent demographics of our school. However, this task of uncovering the truth is up to you the parent and your student. Don't get me wrong though, there are truly some really great teachers, even if they are from mainly 'third world' countries. And we also have oppurtunities for the betterment of all types of students, including: college-bound students, mentally disabled students, and students struggling in CAHSEE math and english. But, its up to you :]

- submitted by a student
April 21, 2010
As a graduating senior, this school does have it's positives and negatives. The people here are pretty much open and welcoming, though there are the few who aren't as inviting, but that's normal. After reading some posts by freshmen,I'm kind of confused because there are some really great teachers here, it's just masked by the incompetent ones. Those who say this school has no class spirit is dead wrong. Probably they themselves don't participate in homecoming, battle or whatever. Plus, the graduating class is going to top schools in the world, I don't think being that smart comes without some help with teachers.

- submitted by a student
April 12, 2010
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- submitted by a parent
April 05, 2010
This school has its ups and downs. The teachers for the freshman class aren't very good and the campus is covered with a huge amount of gum, but the students are mature and responsible and the class spirit is amazing.

- submitted by a student
no rating April 03, 2010
I'm a freshman at this school, and given the chance I would definitely attend a different school. There is only one part-time counselor to provide for the entire student body. The teachers are lacking experience and seem to all be hired from third-world countries. The campus, new as it is, is simply disgusting and there are black splotches of gum everywhere. There is absolutely no familiar school spirit at EVHS. I don't think that test scores alone can bring this school's rating up to a 10.

- submitted by a student
March 26, 2010
This is my freshman year of high school and I already wish I had chosen somewhere else. Half of my teachers are incompetent and and have little to no control over their classes. The counseling is insufficient and the environment the students and faculty create often comes across as cold and impersonal. Teachers rarely seem to care about their students at all, and blame the students for their inability to teach.

- submitted by a student
February 18, 2010
This place rocks. The only bad stuff is the usual high school stuff. I'm an angel though. 0:)

- submitted by a student
December 30, 2009
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- submitted by a student
September 16, 2009
Evergreen Valley High School is a great community of parents, kids and teachers who care about each other and are committed to academic excellence as well as creating well-rounded young adults.

- submitted by a parent
September 08, 2009
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July 21, 2009
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April 22, 2009
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- submitted by a student
March 18, 2009
I went to this school and am now a few months away from graduation from CAL. I struggled in my first two years of college because I had not learned basic study skills and did not have the same level of knowledge or competitiveness as my peers. The school was already in decline before I graduated and I know from contact with teachers that things have definitely gotten worse (conflicts within administration, poor management, rise in disruptive behavior from students, etc.). I only did well here because I took extreme initiative in my classes and extra curricular activities. The average student would not excel here. I strongly believe that I was accepted to university because I wrote about the extreme and unusual disadvantages I had (lack of classes, self-learning for AP, etc.) while attending this school. Your kids are much better off going to nearby Silver Creek or Mt Pleasant.

- submitted by a student
March 17, 2009
This school looks prestine on the outside but bad teachers on the inside. Needless to say, just because the school is new [est. in 2003] does NOT mean is good. Better school to attend to is Overfelt High or Independence High [they have better scores on testes then this school in a million years combine] . Your kids will thank you for it.

- submitted by a community member
March 16, 2009
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- submitted by a parent
March 10, 2009
I transferred out of this school half way through freshman year. I was made fun of for being white, and the schools environment was very unwelcoming.

- submitted by a student
January 26, 2009
I was a student who was amongst the 2nd graduating class of EVHS. Initially in high school, to be honest, I was heavily unmotivated and in the 'bad' crowd of students. I was always skipping classes, failing classes, and just doing terribly. However, the only thing that made me realize my passion for education (and subsequently higher education) were the amazing faculty and principal -- Mr. McDonough. A teacher whose name I will not publicly mention actually called me in one day and sat me down after class to ask what was bothering me and why I was under-performing. Needless to say, I got my act together. Currently I'm at a high ranking UC studying a technical field with promising industrial and graduate school opportunities waiting for me shortly. Undoubtedly, without EVHS I wouldn't be the person I am today.

- submitted by a community member
January 14, 2009
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- submitted by a student
November 22, 2008
Reading the negative reviews from emo 9th graders got me a bit irked... I'm a 2nd year teacher at EVHS and I have to say that it is by far the best high school I have had the pleasure of working for. The administration is busy but functional. The art programs are alive and flourishing. The school climate is positive. There are very few fights. Students and staff are friendly. Students are (for the most part) highly motivated and capable. My one complaint about the place is a lack of available technology for students and teachers. We have no computer lab - shameful! Just to be clear, I've subbed throughout the East Side district and seen just how inadequate other schools' facilities are. Kids - FYI: if your bathrooms are gross, try taking care of them instead of expecting your parents to clean up after you.

- submitted by a teacher
no rating November 12, 2008
My two children are attending EV. Both are very strong in math. I am glad they both had Mrs. Salgarino in AP Calculus AB and BC. They have never appreciated their math skills until they were challenged and loved by their math teacher. Thanks to Mrs. Salgarino and to all their math teachers. Sadly, Mrs. Salgarino is not with EV anymore.

- submitted by a parent
August 25, 2008
I graduated from EVHS a few years ago. When I first started, it was a great school with lots of promise. The small school system broke down after 2 years, and EVHS turned to a traditional high school format. Mr. McDonough was a great principal. Our test scores rose rapidly. So many students at that school were involved in sports and clubs, and there was a heavy emphasis on getting into college. There was a high rate of students taking (and passing) AP classes. The students were involved, and teachers genuinely cared about their students. Nowadays, administration at EVHS turned our school into something horrible. Hopefully new administration will come in, and students and teachers will once again love our school the way my peers and I did.

- submitted by a student
August 21, 2008
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- submitted by a parent
August 15, 2008
I transferred to Evergreen Valley my midway through my Junior year. The school is nice but the communication and the way it is ran is horrible. I'm very disappointed to have come to this school and my high school experiences have become absolutely boring but I hope to change that my Senior year. The leadership class could barely be called leadership due to the lack of efforts from the students in the class and the student body seems to not even support Leadership kids. For example, parents, staff, and students have no idea what activities and events are going on until the very last minute or not even at all. The school lacks a sense of community and being. The students are friendly but they do not seem approachable. The school really needs to be improved. The only thing this school provides are looks and smart kids.

- submitted by a student
no rating August 15, 2008
this school is very very disorganized and there is lack of care for the students' future. as well as a lack of culture and diversity.

- submitted by a parent
August 12, 2008
My son has been @EVHS for 3 years and will be a senior this year @EVHS... He has nothing but good things to say about EVHS. He's made alot of friends with teachers + fellow students. He looks forward being a senior + graduating 2009...

- submitted by a parent
no rating June 16, 2008
I am a recent graduate from EVHS, and I too had high hopes for this school. But there are many things that limit students potential. Our current principal Ms. Vaeth takes no action to ensure our well being, and fails to actively communicate with the student body. Academic counselors, while they provide satisfactory help, are low in number and cannot assist everyone who walks into their office. One counselor has even been known to discourage seniors from applying to private universities simply because her own children failed to enter a private university. Good teachers are hard to come by at Evergreen, and the best ones are laid off due to budget cuts. However, Evergreen is still the top in its district - an accomplishment made by the students who work hard, possibly even harder than the administration that does not live up to its duty.

- submitted by a student
no rating May 25, 2008
I had such high hopes for this school and when Mr. McDonough was the prinicpal I was certain they would be met. He was an amazing principal. The next administration seemed to have taken the school from a positive place to a prison like environment.NO more FUN activities for the kids during the year. There used to be bands and lunch time entertainment with contests etc. The Teachers all seem wonderful and sincerely care about the children. It would be so much easier for parents to be involved if the teachers were consistent in using school loop to enter grades and homework. There was an inconsistency in the way it was used and though an amazing tool ineffective when the information is inaccurate. The current administration is unacceptable. The lack of follow through is ridiculous and requires a lot of work for parents.However, Cindy Pullano in attendance is the BEST!

- submitted by a parent
May 22, 2008
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- submitted by a parent
April 28, 2008
Even though my previous rating on the school still remains which was unsatisfactory. I want to say that a few people I have had to deal with have been extremely helpful. I believe this school needs more people like the lady in attendance (Cindy). When it comes down to the teachers and school...Actions speak louder than words.

- submitted by a parent
April 23, 2008
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- submitted by a parent
March 27, 2008
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- submitted by a student
March 16, 2008
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February 24, 2008
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- submitted by a parent
October 29, 2007
Speaking as a staff member of EVHS, the one thing I notice the most is lack of parent involvement in school activities. Yes, we are awfully short-staffed. We all do the very best we can by the students with the limited resources we are given.

- submitted by a staff
no rating September 30, 2007
The principal who 'rules' the school needs to be reolaced and also reported to the School District directly. She is condesending when talking about any issues and also takes away simple events which in the past have been important and enjoyable for the students. I am a parent of two students and have had discussions with the principal and a petition should be started, at least for the DIstrict Office should be aware of the discontent, both from the parents and teachers. It really is a shame, to think my property taxes are paying for her salary...Sorry, wish I could be more constructive, but she really should find another job, perhaps a prison warden...

- submitted by a parent
September 28, 2007
My child attends EVHS. Football equipment was stolen due to the lack of adequate amount of lockers for players. We are now having to pay for the stolen material. There are a lot of fights on school campus and the staff rarely even knows about them. The office staff is so busy they are not even able to pay attention to the fact that a student is in their office. There are some admins that are absolutely wonderful and helpful but I'm becoming more and more disenchanted about this school every day. Private school is becoming sadly my only option because the tax dollars are just not going to a good education here.

- submitted by a parent
no rating September 19, 2007
A lot of the recent ratings are true. Don't be sidetracked by the glamor of going to a new state of the art school. This school used to be new, but people can sure destroy things in a hurry. Not only are public facilities as bathrooms in horrible shape, the administration falters to listen to students demands. Be warned, your students deserve better than this school. I am telling you this because they do.

- submitted by a parent
September 18, 2007
I'm really disappointed in the way the school runs. In simple words, this school's appearance is great, but the inner core of it isn't great at all. Counselors are a big issue and they are not well-organized.

- submitted by a student
no rating September 16, 2007
I abhor this school. There's no unity, everyone is rude, and while the campus may look great at times, everything is completely divided. Any attempts at unity (Peace Circle event, Sept. 11 respects, etc) are ignored, destroyed, or forgotten. I'm a student. I know.

- submitted by a student
August 28, 2007
I go to this school, and if it wasn't for my friends, there's no reason to be here. This school is filled with administration who just don't care about the students. The principal has no communication with us! Teachers are average. Some of the teachers are fabulous, others aren't so much. Extra-curriculars? Let's say a majority look forward to botc, hc, and dances. That's about it. Overall, EV isn't what everyone thinks it is.

- submitted by a student
August 25, 2007
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- submitted by a student
August 25, 2007
Well, we thought we were getting a good principal, but it seems not. Why does she fire good teachers? My son lost a good math teacher thanks to this principal. The principal won't say why she didn't rehire the teacher, but I saw my son do much better in math with that teacher than he had ever done, thanks to his teacher. I think parents should be able to over ride a principal's decision. This principal is so arrogant and thinks she is never wrong. Why has she been dumped on our great school?

- submitted by a parent
August 21, 2007
pretty on the outside bland on the inside. teachers don't really know what they are doing. very segrated,you need to be richer to fit in. drug abuse problem. I would know these things because im now a senior here. nobody knows who the princpal is. there are very few extra curricular actives.little disipline, not safe for studence who can be easyly become influnced by drugs because they are readly avalible.

- submitted by a student
July 16, 2007
-Number of AP Classes: Average -Number of Honors Classes: Below Average -Student Administration: Below Average -Counselors: Below Average -Office Staff: Below Average -Music Department: Average -Sports programs: Average -Teacher Quality: Below Average -- Average -Campus Quality: Above Average -Diversity: Average -Parent Involvement: Below Average Personally, I would choose to invest $15,000 a year and go to a private school where I would be provided with more opportunities than at EVHS. Mainly, the teachers and lack of funds are holding the school back from being what could potentially be a great school. All of the good teachers are leaving while the lazy, and unenthusiastic teachers are coming, which is tragic for the students. There definently needs to be more parent involvement for this school to progress. Don't let the administration solely run the school.

- submitted by a parent
May 07, 2007
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- submitted by a former student
March 12, 2007
-Number of AP Classes: Average -Number of Honors Classes: Below Average -Student Administration: Below Average -Counselors: Below Average -Office Staff: Below Average -Music Department: Average -Sports programs: Average -Teacher Quality: Below Average -- Average -Campus Quality: Above Average -Diversity: Average -Parent Involvement: Below Average Personally, I would choose to invest $15,000 a year and go to a private school where I would be provided with more opportunities than at EVHS. Mainly, the teachers and lack of funds are holding the school back from being what could potentially be a great school. All of the good teachers are leaving while the lazy, and unenthusiastic teachers are coming, which is tragic for the students. There definently needs to be more parent involvement for this school to progress. Don't let the administration solely run the school.

- submitted by a student
February 05, 2007
I feel that this is an excellent school. Yes, I may be biased because I attend EVHS, but, as it is clear from test scores, EVHS is one of the best schools in the ESUHSD. I came from a private middle school, and I had the option to attend a good private high school(such as Presentation). However, I chose to attend EVHS. It is a decision I definitely don't regret. The teachers really do care, and as it is a new school, it has taken some time for all the extra-curricular programs to settle in. Howver, in this 4th year of the school, we already offer some of the best AP classes and numerous art/music programs. In addition, we have excellent sports teams headed by wonderful coahces. In addition, parents are really involved in almost every aspect of the school. This warm environment provides a great platform for success.

- submitted by a student
February 04, 2007
I am happy my children go here. I am very happy they have good teachers and Mr. Salmon is the best. The principal Mrs. Cornelious is so wonderful and so helpful and works hard to night to see parents and students.

- submitted by a parent
November 25, 2006
evergreen is great. my two children attend/have attended evergreen and they love it. staff is great. a few bad teachers but what school doesn't have those? principal is great and teachers are very involved with parents. lots of sports and clubs. they discipline the students very well from what i hear. only slight problem is it's overcrowded, but they are solving this by building a new building. hopefully this helps in the future.

- submitted by a parent
August 24, 2006
The most important thing about a school is it's management, and let me tell you, EV does a very poor job at that.

- submitted by a former student
June 13, 2006
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- submitted by a staff
May 30, 2006
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- submitted by a former student
May 11, 2006
Excellent school with diversified programs and dedicated teachers who really care.

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March 21, 2006
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March 06, 2006
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- submitted by a parent
December 31, 2005
The staff cares so much about their students, and the environment is great.

- submitted by a parent
November 13, 2005
Evergreen Valley High School is, in my opinion, a pretty good school. Every one of my daughter's teachers are highly qualified, and the administration is helpful and almost always available to answer my questions.

- submitted by a parent
November 07, 2005
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- submitted by a parent
no rating September 11, 2005
Evergreen High School should not deserve the good ratings that it has right now. My child goes to Evergreen Valley High School and she hates it. The school is over crowded. It takes a while for her to get lunch.

- submitted by a former student
August 04, 2005
Quality of academic programs cannot be rated as the school is fairly new. There are not many extracurricular activities offered for students as htry outs are limited and a lot of the students that get selected are friends or acquantansies of players or teachers. Full parent involvement has not being fully established as it is a fairly new school

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June 21, 2005
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June 15, 2005
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June 14, 2005
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- submitted by a former student
June 14, 2005
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- submitted by a parent
June 06, 2005
Excellet Music Program! Academic programs are good with a wide variety of AP classes. Teachers seem highly competent.

- submitted by a teacher
May 22, 2005
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March 21, 2005
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- submitted by a administrator
March 16, 2005
I was a part of a program entitled Accel Middle College. This middle college program is in conjuction with Evergreen High School and the East Side Union High School District. It serves 11-12th grade. Students attend college classes in the AM and high school courses in the afternoon. Classes are located at Evergreen College. This program allows college bound students to gain dual units and be prepared for college. Because high school students are taking college classes, the only cost are books and some course materials. There is a wide array of classes that one may take. The college professors are challenging, but good. One needs to be self disciplined to make this program work for them.

- submitted by a former student
March 10, 2005
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January 05, 2005
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November 23, 2004
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- submitted by a parent
September 14, 2004
EVHS has potential to become one of the top public high schools in the Bay Area. I check my son's course work, and his progress; I also monitor the activities of the school, I think so far so good. I especially like the current Principal, he is energetic and very informative, EVHS as a young school do need this kind of leadership. The diversities of students in this school provides an very rich environment for teenagers to grow, and parent involvement is very good. With the growth of the population, quality education, and good administrative work from the Principal, I have no doubt EVHS will grow into a very good high school.

- submitted by a parent
September 14, 2004
EVHS is still a very young school, and I hope it can keep up its current progress. As far as I can tell, some of the teaches are really good, but of course there are a few that are not up to standard, and I hope the school can address to that, basically listen to the students. I also think the school is kind of expanding very fast, in just 3 years, it is now has over 2100 students, but the principal is very good, and I do hope he can be the principal for a long time. Overall I am satisfy with the school, and I do see it has very good potential.

- submitted by a parent
August 24, 2004
Large class sizes which lead to very little individual attention for each student. Also the administration is very disorganized and it takes going through a lot of processes to get anything done. The teachers are mostly new with little experience.

- submitted by a student
June 29, 2004
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- submitted by a parent
May 18, 2004
I really think if you want your kids to get a good education, EVHS is the place for them to be. Excellent school!

- submitted by a parent
March 31, 2004
Student Review EV isn't as good as it used to be. The laptop program ended because of lack of money. The principals were rotated and now EV is discussing Common Dress [which i am aganist] and reregistering because the whole school is overcrowded. The school is designed for 1500 students. But is already at 1497 students and does not have any seniors yet. So this school has fallen from its glitz and glamor and has become an overcrowded school with no money.

- submitted by a student
August 21, 2003
I got to this brand new high school in San Jose, California. There is a long line of students wanting to get into this school and I got in. This school issues laptops to each student every year; they collect them when school ends. The laptops help the students learn in a 'new' environment. Students learn to use computers, do projects on them, and use them as resources for education. Evergreen Valley High School has four different schools in it. The four schools are: Science & Technology, Human Performance, Humanities, and Global Economy. These schools individualise the way students learn. Students who want to be engineers or who want a career in Technology go to the school of Science & Technology, students who want to become doctors or anything has to do with Health care join Human Performance, etc... All careers are split amongst these schools. This makes it a safe environment for students to learn, they get to know more about each other then worrying about the other schools. The teachers are really nice and they pay more attention to their students. I really think if you want your kids to get a good education, EVHS is the place for them to be. Go Cougars!

- submitted by a former student
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Evergreen Valley High School
3300 Quimby Road, San Jose, CA  95148
(408) 347-7000
Last modified Evergreen Valley High School is a Public school that serves grades 9-12. It has received a GreatSchools rating of 8 out of 10 based on academic quality.
Evergreen Valley High School Rating: 3 out of 5 based on 128 reviews. Top