Silver Hills, where my daughter Savannh went for 3 yrs, is an awesome school, academically!! and teachers pay close attention and care about the students learning! She loved it! and the school spirit!!
Love this school! My son is in special education and his teachers are super! Mrs. Marsha Boyd is a angel and has really helped my son so much. She is supportive to parents as well as students! I don't care much for the office staff they have been rude pretty much every time I have visited especially Tonya Wilkes their secretary.
There are too many kids and not enough staff. The math and language classes have what they call team teaching where there are two teachers and about 70 kids per class. This to me is overwhelming and the kids don't get the proper teaching that they need. I would not recomend this school.
Silver Hills is a great school to send your child. The teachers do try VERY hard to keep up with all the students and keeping them up to speed and caught up. They have the same amount of students that most schools have. Around 800/900. They really do have a zero tolerance for bullying and things of that nature. They have a great environment and I don't worry about what's going to happen to my son while he's there. It's a great school!
If you are having a problem and contact a teacher or concilors they are more focused on finding other things that are wrong with your child than the problem at hand. Everyone is very nice, and most of the teachers are just wonderful. Some need to take a class in personalities.
Just okay.. School is very crowded. Classrooms are crowded. Teachers really miss those who are struggling. You have to be on top of your child.s grades. Programing, parent out reach, and community participation is okay.
Huron is an ok school. Most of the teachers are very supportive and go out of their way in helping students, and keeping parents involved in thier childs progress. The councilors I think have to much work other then taking care of the students needs as well. I think a councilor should focus on the kids and not administrative duties.