The teachers are horrible to being with and the justice is terrible I'm a student and I've been robbed threatened and followed around this school and they don't do anything they view the victim as the suspect and find the easiest way to blame it on the victim so that they don't have to do the work they don't follow up they don't know how to do their job and they allow things to happen even when you go to them about the threats I don't recommend this school what so ever just spare your child's scaring and send them some where else I absolutely don't like this school they call them selves a school well in my opinion there full of sh*t I'd give it no stars if I could !
The purpose of this school is to process kids through it as quick as possible. Whether they learn or not. In an out in 4 years that's the goal. College readiness is not the goal. I guess we can t do anything but leave the county, for a better education or pay a private school.
This Principal has little control of the staff and is terribly disorganized. The Principal of the school, Dr Brennan met with me on two occasions. On one of these we were interrupted five times in the first few minutes by other staff members coming into the office for various reasons. Both times Dr. Brennen was going to get back with me within a week and neither time did he ever do so. Teachers refuse to return calls as well. The staff refers to any parents attempting to participate and show interest as "The peanut gallery." My son's medical documents were lost three times.
Staff members catching students with drugs just take the drugs and tell the child not to do it again. I wonder where the drugs end up. Students make drug transactions in plain view of others because of lack of interest by staff. Student fights are almost a daily occurrence.
While claiming to want to make academics his leading task it appears that this school goes to great lengths to recruit athletes from other schools. It appears that Dr. Brennen's lack organization and perhaps feckless managerial skills has turned an A school to a D school in his short time here.