I feel this school should deserve 3 1/2 stars. The teacher quality is about a two and a half stars. My daughter really has not enjoyed most of her teachers and neither have i for the tree years she was there.The extracurricular activities aren't the best. The after school clubs really dont involve activities that my child could learn from.Then lastley safty and disipline is about a 1 1/2 star. It stinks!!!!The school doesnt have a bunch of bullies. However when there is a problem the admin dont take care of the problem.They just cover it up and act like it never happened!!!!!!!! From my daughters point of vue she gives a 2 1/2 stars on a ok day and a 3 stars on a really good day.
This school is great they have a wonderful afterschool program! They gave kids go there until 5:30 and you can either pick you child up or they have a bus to run a route. The afterschool program has great programs including a few of my childs favorite was cooking and adventure. This school has the best of the best. The principal is very nice and the deen of students is hard but VERY understandale and kind. If you are looking for a great school this is the school to go for!
The staff, curriculum and students at CRMS are a real blessing. Mark McCoy, the principal, puts his all into this school and the kids and staff can tell. He is strict, has high standards but also has respect for everyone on the campus. The staff are thorough, intelligent and have a strong sense of how to handle a variety of situations with wisdom. Most of the teachers put their creative talents into their work and make learning fun and age appropriate. The middle school is a huge example for the state of FL for how a school should be managed! Unfortunately, the high school could learn alot from the work of the staff at the middle school level. As much as this has been a wonderful experience, my younger child will not attend the high school (where my older child attends) if the same admin and policies are present.
This is my daughters first year at CRMS and I have nothing but good to say about it. She has struggled for the past 3 years in school in Gilchrist County, but this year she is on the A B honor roll. Her attitude toward school has completely changed. The staff is out of this world. They are constantly recognizing students for showing good character. They not only get 'bearcat bucks' for this but the parent also gets a phone call from different staff members letting the parent know that they have an extraordinary child. I feel they go above and beyond the call of duty.
CRMS has an amazing after school program to entice all their students to be not only academically motivated but socially mindful. They provide 15 different activities to keep the students engaged after school until 530. The invite all parents to participate in the different clubs as well as family night activites. The nicest part is that the program is completely free to parents.