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William S. Hutchings Career Center5
Posted October 29, 2012
- a parent
I am a parent of a child with a learning disorder. I decided to send her to Hutchings this year because there are fewer students and thus, smaller class sizes. She has been thrilled with the school and her teachers show great leadership skills concerning children with learning disabilities. They have tutoring on Tuesdays and Thursdays which helps immensely. The parent can stay in touch with the teachers through e-mail, which is always answered promptly, or by way of the parent portal. The parent can call at any time and talk to administration about most concerns. The teachers are the main reason my child loves this school. They are always willing to help when asked and go the extra mile to help the student understand the material.
I'm going to be a senior this year, and yeah it maybe a little lame that there is no sports but the teachers and staff are mmazing. They are always willing to help. You have to admit that no matter what school you go to there is going to be a certain level of lameness. In my case i am extremely close to my graduating class, because the school is small you can actually get to know all your classmates.
This school isn't good at all the administration isn't good they pick there favorites. The teachers are the same they don't help the kids unless they ask for help when they need to be help and they care more about dress code than they do the grades!
I am a Junior at Hutchings Career Center. The teachers are amazing when it comes to breaking down the material for us. The keep us focused and interested. The staff is really friend and strict when they need to be. I could not ask for a better school to go to
I liked it, it is a small school and the teachers there really do care about the kids. They are involved in the students learning, and will tutuor if needed. The smaller student/teacher ratio really helps students excel. There are no sports there but there are clubs like FBLA and Beta, to name a few. Parents are welcome to involve themselves in the school environment. They also offer training in a career feild and teach children what it takes in the real world of work. It is a great school in my opinion and I would encourage any parent to put their children there.