Students enrolled 3038
School leader MR. TYSON THOMPSON
Transportation options Yes
District Broward County School District

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5901 Pine Island Road
Parkland, FL 33076

(754) 322-2150
(754) 322-2280
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3 stars
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November 18, 2014
Okay I can not believe that I am submitting a review for my school. However, coming from a top ten percent student in my class, and reading all of these overtly, exaggeratedly nasty reviews about this school, I felt it was my duty to, at the very least, explain why this school has a mere 3 stars as the community rating while the GreatSchools rating gave it a 9. I SUGGEST ALL PARENTS TO READ THIS REVIEW. Ok, so I want parents that are thinking about enlisting their children into this school to realize that this rating system of schools on this website is COMPLETELY BIASED. Why? This is due to the nature of this rating system. Think about it, when you eat at a restaurant are you more likely to go submit a review of the food on a website like yelp when you are extremely dissatisfied with the food or when you thought the food was great? Most of the time it will be former. This is because most people that liked the food will just walk out and tell their friends and family to go try it out. Therefore, the average 3 stars of this school is not what most people of this school think it deserves, nor do I.

- submitted by a student
September 28, 2014
MSD is a really good school. All you have to do is try your hardest, and there's no way you can ever fail a class or dislike your teachers. Lots of AP classes, but I'm not an AP kid, though. The cafeteria is quite large, but it's too cold most of the time. You have the choice to eat outside (like a lot of kids do). When the weather gets a tad cold lots of kids bring blankets or towels and sit in the middle of the courtyard under the sun. It's really nice having some freedom like that. The film program is the best! The teacher is a great guy who makes the class a lot of fun. They have a bunch of clubs and sports to join. I'm in the animal rights club (PAWS) and Anime club. The clubs are students run, and there's also National Honor Societies to join. The teachers are great and really care about the students. There's a bunch of sport, too. The drama classes and dept. are crazy good! My friends and I have a lot of fun at school. The teachers make class interesting enough so that falling asleep rarely happens. The media center has tons of books and computers, and you can go there during lunch as well. All in all, I'm glad that I'm attending MSD for another year. I love my school!

- submitted by a student
September 27, 2014
I originally moved from Orlando , Florida to the Parkland area in 1999. My daughter did fine in Elementary and Middle school. Things totally changed once she reached high school. Stoneman high school is extremely overrated. My daughter was an average student without any behavior problems. She complained of bathrooms being locked up by administration. Extreme over crowding and lots of bD influences. If your child is a neurotic overachiever this school does offer advanced studies and strong academics at the highest level. This is misleading to parents of average students. I ended up sending my daughter to a private school , and she ended up receiving a Golf scholarship at a D1 school. If I did all over again I would never have sent my daughter to Stoneman Douglas. This school deserves negative stars!

- submitted by a parent
August 17, 2014
My son is going into his Senior year at Douglas. He was an A+ gifted student before high school, and has remained so in some classes. He has had such a mixture of teachers, from really awful to fantastic. But the really awful shouldn't be there at all. The school smells like pot all the time, and my kid doesn't ever go to the bathroom because all the kids get high there. Guidance is an absolute joke. They have insulted and put down my child based on appearance, and are the opposite of helpful with anything. In fact, they admit that that don't know what colleges look for. The lack of class choices compared to Coral Glades is significant. AP Music Theory is something offered at most High Schools, but not here, as well as many others, like Philosophy.

- submitted by a parent
July 29, 2014
We moved to Florida in 2012. My oldest daughter was going into 10th grade. She was dreading a new school and understandibly, very nervous her first day. Not only is she shy, but the school is huge! Douglas's Peer Counciling program was such a huge help. The first day of school they paired her up with someone (same age student) to show her to each class and to sit with her during lunch for the first week. My daughter adjusted perfectly, loved the school, the teachers, and her new friends. I had originally heard horror stories/rumors about Douglas, but she /we found none of them to be true. The expectations are higher at Douglas than her previous high school - but she just had to work harder! She is now going into her senior year. We love living here and have nothing negative to say about this school.

- submitted by a parent
May 06, 2014
If only someone at this school even thought to care about the kids. No one does. The classes are over flowing and the teachers can do nothing but have the kids standing. The staff is cold and crass and say we have 3100 kids here what can we do when you talk to them. We moved here due to this being a great school district. Well it is not and I am looking around for my middle school child's high school as it is not this school. Wake up Stoneham Staff you are not an A school. Teachers do not care and even when a student asks they just say don't worry I'll mark it done. No teaching really my child was confused and could not get a teacher to teach.

- submitted by a parent
March 18, 2013
Good helpful teachers who take the time to help students plus a good variety of AP & honors courses for advanced students.

- submitted by a parent
March 10, 2012
We moved into this area specifically for this specific school and have 3 kids who are currently attending or soon to attend. Wow, if this is a 10, I would fear to see a 5. There are lots of benefits at this school due to it's size including wide array of course offerings and lots of extra activities. Problem is that "average" kids cannot truly benefit from the range of these options as it is a very, very competitive school where "average" kids can get sort of lost. And, I am not overstating this .. the school would be better if the guidance staff just stayed home. There is absolutely NO support, advice, assistance from this department and such is critical in a high school. They arrange a couple of college fair nights and leave kids to figure it all out on their own. It is abysmal. Teachers are the usual range of excellent to adequate ... a few who really care and go the extra mile ... lots and lots who collect the paycheck. We have found precious few teachers there who are available outside of class hour for extra help (many tutor for pay .. I have actually had to PAY my son's teacher as a tutor for extra help). I am underwhelmed and we are changing schools.

- submitted by a parent
January 25, 2012
This is the worst school I ever sent my children to I moved to the area for this school dont fool your self by the rating. From the top of the chain on down the staff have no intrest in helping at all they are there only for a pay check.Ask around before you put your kids in this school.I give them1 star

- submitted by a parent
December 05, 2011
I have been nothing but disappointed by this very very overrated high school. Lazy and uncaring teachers and very rude and disrespectful staff is abundant. The students are loaded up with homework and given difficult tests that have nothing to do with the homework. The teachers chat about their personal problems and social life rather than teach. Thank God my daughter is bright and a good student because if she weren't she would be failing.

- submitted by a parent
October 08, 2011
MSD is a great learning environment for our son. Teachers help before and after school for those who need extra attention, there are many clubs, and the AP classes are harder than UF (we have compared.) If you get an A here - you have truly earned it! Other schools we have experienced give out an A like it is expected. Too bad it can hurt a GPA, though, because it is so tough. Some extra/partial credit in some math classes would be prudent. The admin is very helpful when needed, and to talk about colleges.

- submitted by a parent
June 10, 2011
TERRIBLE TERRIBLE TERRIBLE 2 THUMBS AND FEET DOWN i went there i moved here from new york and the kids are just like the teachers and adminstrater all they do is smoke pot and talk about it its a zombie zone and there all stuck up they think they have money their parents are in debt up to their eyeballs no education teachers are useless and i transferred out to coral glades il never walk on that campus definitely an F rated school

- submitted by a student
May 11, 2011
Have you noticed that the good reviews are students - current and alums - but parents seem to have a very different opinion. My child is a very smart person but got sidetracked at MSD and so had to transfer to homeschool. Smart students are not encouraged to excel unless they fall into AP/gifted group. MSD dropped from A to B grade this year and if they have any hope of getting back to an A grade, they need to figure out a way not to let peer pressure cause a smart student to fail, and instead find ways to encourage them. Parents do not see how personality changes when they get to school around their peers. My child has gone from a C/D student to a straight A student in homeschool. In addition, teachers in Parkland tend to assume that because a student is not Asian or Caucasian, they cannot perform at a higher level. MSD will continue to fail and our Parkland schools which we are so proud of need to recognize that we belong to a global community. Parent involvement is an important factor that separates bad schools from good/great school. MSD has great parent involvement within a certain clique/group. Hope this does not mean special treatment for their children.

- submitted by a parent
May 10, 2011
About 1/2 the teachers are B+ or better....the other half are typical...school boasts about being great. ha their counselors are terrible...bullying goes on and they "high light the students that complain which puts them at risk, and they bus in kids from F schools and put them all in the same class where they take over! 3 years straight we have had 2 teachers not use the tools the others do,...example. we had to device if student could move ahead with advanced math and yet the teacher had not posted a grade from September to March. tyhey are not even allowed to do homework in Detention, how stupid

- submitted by a parent
March 26, 2011
I have never seen a school that discourage more the study like this school. Teachers confuse strictness and challenge with inconsistent, subjectiveness. Students live in a endless terror and stress waiting for the next unpredictable, subjective response or request of the teachers.

- submitted by a parent
November 22, 2010
This high school is a joke. Many people who have only lived in Florida love the school, because they don't know what they're missing. I have lived in 8 states and know what real school is. The courses were far below where children should be. I guess if you just want your child to go to school inside the state of Florida, going to this school with incompetent councilors will probably be just fine, but it really does anything but prepare for college. The social atmosphere is non-existent. My daughter said she never saw the principal once. I have lived in 16 school districts and NEVER have I been this unimpressed. If I could give 0 stars, I would, I'm just trying to help you before making the big mistake of sending your child here.

- submitted by a parent
June 23, 2010
I have heard this school called "The Mini College" and now I know why. Now that my son has graduated, I can say without fear of retaliation, that most of the teachers are lazy. The kids pretty much teach themselves just like in college. I have only come across a few really exceptional teachers in the four years of attendance. One of the exceptional teachers was from the ESE department.

- submitted by a parent
February 13, 2010
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- submitted by a student
December 27, 2009
MSD is a great school. The teachers try their hardest to teach us. It is not true that if you are not an AP student, they don't want you there. I am not an AP student and the teachers still try to motivate me to do my best. One of my favorite things about MSD is the variety of classes. I have taken Drama, Creative Writing, Guitar. There's Forensics, Psychology, and many other great classes. Unfortunately they have cut Creative Writing, Forensics, and German. And they nearly cut Photography. Other than that. I love MSD.

- submitted by a student
December 07, 2009
this school is absolutely horrible . the teaches could care less about there students , the administration sais that they have all around school security ... dont belive it . on a daily basis i have witnessed kids form marjory stoneman douqlas just walk off of the school campus durinq school hours . its unbelivable . uqh it makes me sick .

- submitted by a student
September 16, 2009
This is my thirs child sttending douglas. This neighborhood school has tons of parental involvement which is welcome. The school team spirit is palpable as you walk around the nighborhood. The teachers are stellar, very accomplished and the younger ones are very eager and bring a fresh face to the school. The staff is very approachable. Guidance is really on top of things this year. I continue to be impressed.

- submitted by a parent
no rating September 16, 2009
great academics as well as extracurricular opportunities!

- submitted by a parent
July 28, 2009
I recently graduated from Douglas... honestly I loved the four years I spent there. I played several sports there and it is a school that fosters competition on the field and in the classroom. There are plenty of phenominal teachers and it is a great place for a student to develop into a young adult. I hope there are more people who feel the way I do about that school. C/O 2009 show me some EAGLE PRIDE! p.s. go lady eagles soccer & flag football!

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February 06, 2009
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January 21, 2009
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- submitted by a student
no rating November 01, 2008
I am a parent. At first I thought the school was too big and the students would get lost in the system. I have come full circle. The teachers are caring and really enjoy the students and are willing to help them in every way. The academics are amazing and these students go on to some of the finest universities in the country. They do well there, because they earned every point at Douglas. They worked very hard for every A and B. They aren't pampered, so they are ready for the real world. Mrs. Bloom tells the students the truth about the admission process. It is competitive. Douglas is over-crowded so sometimes the administration can appear overwhelmed but if you treat them with respect they will treat you with respect. They put up with a lot.

- submitted by a parent
no rating October 08, 2008
Marjory Stoneman Douglas High is an amazing school. Not only does it send a number of kids to top schools in the country and state, it provides a nurturing environment, great academics and a wonderful social life. I'm a senior in the school right now, and I am taking five AP classes. The personal attention you receive is incredible, teachers really *do* care. Anyone who has the determination to succeed, can do it here at MSD - as opposed to other schools where there is more unhealthy competition. Of course, MSD IS competitive in every way, but there is no unhealthy competitive feel like schools of Pine Crest, and magnet schools (where they really do burn out kids for no reason!). People tend to help each other here rather than step over you. Come to MSD, and you'll have an amazing four years of your life. :)

- submitted by a student
October 01, 2008
I'm a senior at the schools and I must say that it is excellent. Although some may not think so, it is completely obvious when you look at the other schools in the area. Douglas has the broadest selection of AP courses and courses in general, and has very strong academic clubs. My teachers have all been good (especially the AP teachers, who devote a great amount of energy towards preparing us for college and helping us out academically), and despite what people say me and my friends always manage to find a seat in the cafeteria without a problem, even if we get there around 5 minutes into lunch (although usually there are only 4 or 5 of us, a large group may be trouble). Sometimes I eat outside just for a change of scenery, and the school is not as dirty as some claim (especially for an open-air school).

- submitted by a student
no rating September 19, 2008
My son will be graduating in May 2009, and he has had a wonderful fours years at this school. Stoneman Douglas High offers some of the most rigourous AP classes in math and science, whereas students at other schools do not get the opportunity to take these college level classes. The teachers are wonderful, and for the most part, truly love their job.

- submitted by a parent
September 18, 2008
I am a current student at douglas and I love it. The extracurriculars are outstanding. As far as comments on the dirtiness, this is inevitable since the school is open-air. The cafeteria is big enough, but some kids, like me, find it too cold and consequently outside. I wouldn't know about how 'average joes' are treated considering I'm an AP student, but I do think MSD is a great school, and I feel very accepted here.

- submitted by a student
June 09, 2008
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April 29, 2008
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- submitted by a community member
no rating March 31, 2008
I graduated from MSD in 2004. Like any teenager going through high school, I had my ups and downs. The classes I took were challenging and the teachers were all very helpful. I agree that the guidance department could be fixed... my guidance counselor told me I would never make it in a 4 year university, yet here I am, about to graduate from FSU, and move on to grad school. I didn't feel athletes were teated any differently then then rest of the students. Students who spoke out more were liked more, only because teachers were able to get to know them better. The teachers worked with you to make sure that you understood what was going on in class; 'A's were not just given out unless you deserved them. High school is a difficlt time for most people, but I thought that my time at MSD was terrific.

- submitted by a student
March 11, 2008
caring, challenging ,great preparation for college and life.

- submitted by a parent
no rating December 23, 2007
I disagree with what some of the parents say. Yes, it is true that if you're in a sports program, you tend to get preferential treatment. But isn't that the way with the real world as well, with our professional athletes getting ten times the salary as a teacher? Additionally, while I agree that the English department is lacking, the math department in my experience was excellent, and challenged kids from every level, not just 'the AP students.'

- submitted by a community member
December 23, 2007
I just graduated in 2007 and while I will admit that the school has its faults, I never felt unsafe or pressured into doing illicit activities like some parents have commented. The guidance department could be improved, as I basically had to do all of my college planning by myself, with the exception of Mrs. Bloom, who was very helpful throughout the entire year. Yes, sports are favored as well as those students who do well in AP classes, but it's expected because those students bring the school recognition and money. It does not mean that the 'average Joes' are ignored. All in all, I had a positive experience at this school and while it was easy to get 'A's' I still felt well prepared for college.

- submitted by a community member
November 26, 2007
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- submitted by a parent
November 03, 2007
I am now finding out first hand that the information I heard before my child attended MSD is true. If you dont get good grades, you struggle in class, or are not in sports, you might as well be invisible. My experience with guidance was very scary, ESE seemed to dissapear, and communication seems to be one sided. It appears some teachers expect you to teach yourself. So to all of those other parents who posted comments I am backing you up. If you are not an AP student, this school obviously does not want you there.

- submitted by a parent
no rating October 29, 2007
Right now I am a high school senior currently attending MSD. I have to say it has been one of the best experiences for me, and all the problems that the parents are talking about are not necessarily true. The cafeteria has plenty of room, if anything, too much. For the people who sit outside, it is because they choose to do so, there used to be way to many people until Coral Glades was opened. The teachers are the school are amazing, and the strict (aka hard teachers) are indeed hard, but believe me when i tell you, the harder the teacher, the more you get out of the education you want to receive. I am the 'avg joe' you speak of, and I have not had a problem in this school, I am maintaining A's and B's with no problem, and have gotten into some very good Colleges.

- submitted by a student
October 16, 2007
MSD is adequate. My child recently transferred from a local private school where he struggled and now is doing quite well. Most of his teachers are fine, but one can barely speak the language and my child has difficulty understanding class work. My child's courses were not all available to him so he has to repeat a class he already has credit for. The teachers are adequately responsive; no comparison to private school, however. Some of his friends are in non-honors classes and report severe discipline issues, ie. throwing chairs at each other during class. The school seems overcrowded; perhaps I'm accustomed to different standards. Academics are fine; not horribly challenging-- but adequate. My son will definitely find it easier to attain better grades.

- submitted by a parent
September 04, 2007
My oldest child just graduated from Douglas, class of 2007 and my youngest is an incoming freshman. The administration sets a very positive tone for the staff and students. Academicaly I believe that the school is outstanding.Outside extra activities are so plenriful. I must say that all of the hallways are filthy, appears that it has not been done since the end of last school year. In addition, there are definitely not enough seats in the cafeteria.If you can't get there quickly you consequently have no seat. You are then forced to find an empty outside bench, or just walk around.That issue does need to be addressed.

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August 20, 2007
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May 30, 2007
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- submitted by a teacher
May 29, 2007
I am proud to be an alum of this great school. Overcrowding is not the fault of the school, rather the school district. The faculty and staff do all they can and they ddo a great job!

- submitted by a former student
no rating May 21, 2007
I don't know which Stoneman Douglas parents/students are talking about, but in my opinion, NOT the Stoneman Douglas HS in Parkland! My daughter has attended Stoneman for two years. The school is horrible! Administration is apathetic (unless maybe if your child is in AP classes). Overcrowding and portables are numerous. Bathrooms are smelly and dirty. I also witnessed trash on the school grounds. The school is overdue for a face lift. Currently, it is what I call 'jail house' gray. This might encourage kids to take more pride in their school. No one seems to really care.

- submitted by a parent
March 25, 2007
I am not actually a parent, but I am actually an alumni of MSD. I graduated back in June of 2004. I took AP classes and was involved in several clubs. This school prepared me academically for college and I will be graduating this June a year early and will be attending Nova on Scholarship for law school. My sister graduated this past June from Douglas and my brother is currently a sophomore, they both did equally as well in Douglas. My sister was really in to drama and was in all the school plays and my bro is in all gifted classes. This school offers many different classes, so it has some kind of class that interests everyone.

- submitted by a former student
March 21, 2007
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- submitted by a teacher
February 07, 2007
I did not realize how good this school was until we moved! Class selection is broad. Teachers are excellent. The curriculum is strong and well prepares students for AP exams. High expectations of teachers are exceeded!

- submitted by a parent
January 21, 2007
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- submitted by a parent
June 25, 2006
To much emphasis on FCAT and being number one. Overcrowded. For an upscale town, the kids have to go to class in trailers. No discipline in the classrooms. If your child is not an AP student, don't send them here. If you don't want your child to get into ilicit activities, don't send them here. Just because the school is 'A' rated doesn't make it A good school.

- submitted by a parent
May 12, 2006
Focus too much on hitting numbers, not on actual learning. Emphasis on having kids take AP courses so school scores high on ratings reports.

- submitted by a parent
May 05, 2006
Great school. Many AP classes are available.

- submitted by a parent
March 30, 2006
As an alumni, I can say that Marjory Stonemand Douglas did an excellent job preparing me for not only my college experience at Cornell University, but also for life. In a time when education seems to be slipping, Douglas has maintained a high degree of excellence.

- submitted by a former student
no rating March 04, 2006
This is a good school. We are happy with the academics. My children are new to the school. The extracurricular activities seem on par as far as other schools.

- submitted by a parent
no rating March 04, 2006
I am very happy with school so far. We are new to the school and so far the administration is great.

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January 18, 2006
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January 10, 2006
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- submitted by a parent
January 08, 2006
Great school! Staff wonderful!

- submitted by a student
October 25, 2005
Excellent teachers and administrators. Drama club needs more attention but the orchestra and bands are top rate

- submitted by a former student
September 11, 2005
Douglas is allright I guess.

- submitted by a former student
August 20, 2005
very high academic quality,offered many more Advanced Placement classes than any other local school. mulitiple award winning math, debate, and science teams. great photography program with darkroom. i can state that mostly all of my teachers were very qualified and great at teaching, however teachers come and go, but a lot seemed to stay at stoneman douglas for a long time.

- submitted by a former student
August 18, 2005
Good choices for AP courses although they will let almost anyone in. Affluent area where kids drive expensive cars and wear designer brands. Non existant fine arts with the exception of band, orchestra and jazz. Great for ladies soccer and they are building a stadium. Top students do very well on college placement. Newsweek rated them in the top 1.5% of high schools in the nation for 2005-2006

- submitted by a former student
July 14, 2005
Great athletic and academic school!

- submitted by a parent
July 14, 2005
Good teachers and academic programs. The only downside is its a little crowded.

- submitted by a staff
June 29, 2005
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- submitted by a parent
June 07, 2005
Overall, this is a great school. Its academic standards are extremely high. The only problem is its safety rate.

- submitted by a parent
June 06, 2005
This is a great school. Its academics are higher than almost any other high school. The only problem is its safety rate.

- submitted by a former student
April 26, 2005
Very strong academically, but very overcrowded. Lack of funds from county has cut back on various activities, but parent and community involvement has helped supplement the programs a bit.

- submitted by a parent
April 14, 2005
There's a lot of clubs and extra curriculum activities available to the students, not to mention that the quality of education is excellent; however, as a Hispanic student attending this school, I don't think there's enough ethnic diversity. Other than that the school is good.

- submitted by a former student
April 05, 2005
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- submitted by a parent
March 26, 2005
Stoneman Douglas is an excellent public high school. My tenth grader who has just moved from Georgia has been well challenged. Preparation for the SAT in the language arts area has been very good. The orchestra in which she participates is quite excellent. The school, quite frankly, could use some improvements to its physical plant, but it is in a very good area in Parkland, Florida. The student population is high and there are some portables, but it doesn't interfere with the quality of education. We are pleased with Stoneman Douglas except that housing in the school district is very, very expensive and, for some, difficult to afford.

- submitted by a parent
March 04, 2005
Been at this school the past 4 years and it has really taken a nosedive. This school isn't safe, In the past this school always had bomb threats. The ratings went to B this past year because of the ghetto area that surrounds the school towards the south. The high school counselors are the worst. there is zero college support for admissions. They forget to send records and predetermine who they want to get admission spots in top 20 schools.

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October 29, 2004
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September 10, 2004
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- submitted by a student
June 16, 2004
The last of our 3 children just graduated from the quality school. All 3 were accepted to top notch colleges and we feel this schools stress on academic excellence helped them create great work ethics. The extracirricluar opportunities at MSD are second to none! All around a top notch public shcool.

- submitted by a parent
May 12, 2004
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- submitted by a parent
February 26, 2004
I attended Stoneman Douglas High School and I really enjoyed my experience there. The school is very large, when I left enrollment was pushing 4,000 students. However, the school still has a small community feel and everyone seems to know everyone else. There are many student activities offered and the teachers were very good. I would recommend sending your student to Douglas over any other school in the city.

- submitted by a former student
February 23, 2004
Excellent school - only thing lacking is clubs that are not well formed - drama club in nearly non-existent. Academically school is sound. Someone commented that school is building a multi million dollar football field while kids are in filthy trailers - the football field is not being funded by the school but by the parents and the community. The trailers are not filthy but standard portable units. The principal of this school is outstanding and cares about what is happening with the students which is more than I can say about some other schools. My daughter is a sophmore there and in the top 3% of her school. She has already received invitations from Brown, Stanford and Emory. We are not jewish and do not find that a problem. My daughter has many friends, both jewish and christian - there are many muslem children that blend right in without prejudice. I would not want my children to attend any other high school in this county.

- submitted by a parent
January 20, 2004
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- submitted by a parent
January 11, 2004
Our son Graduated from MDS and our daughter is currently a Senior. School overcrowding aside, and that is a significant aside, this is an wonderful school. My opinion of individual public schools in FL is that they are as good as parents demand. At MSD parents 'are' involved overall, the teachers are very good overall - therefore it is a very good school school. When the over severe crowding is under control MSD will be a 'Great School'

- submitted by a parent
August 26, 2003
Our third child is now senior at this school. Our oldest graduated and went on to get a masters degree, our middle is an engineering student on deans list. This school is by far superior for motivating students and the quality of education is exemplary. The teachers care and the parents are very supportive. Very pleased with this high school - they encourage student activities.

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Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School
5901 Pine Island Road, Parkland, FL  33076
(754) 322-2150
Last modified Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School is a Public school that serves grades 9-12. It has received a GreatSchools rating of 9 out of 10 based on academic quality.
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