McEachern High School is a great school. It's in a really good area. The academics are great. Teachers truly care about the students. Students are encouraged to participate in academics, as well as extracurricular activities such as Debate, Sports and Band. Graduates go on to attend reputable colleges and universities. The school continues to invest in capital improvement projects to remain relevant. I love this school!
I t is a great school overall! Teachers are willing to help you reach to success in passing there class. students are nice and friendly and willing to help if needed in anything. It's very diverse, no racial remarks are made between any teachers or students. The lunch is awesome! !! You can pick from i think 5 different food entres . You dont gotta worry about eating the same thing everyday. They have lots of activities to join after school which are really fun. If you just moved to cobb county and trying to find a 5 star school providing with a good education system attend Mceachern high school! !;) I am attending this school in there year of 2014-2015
The school excells in history english classes science classes but mathemati is where the school fall teachers are disorganized and looses papes teaache dont blieve studens when they say it not helping o he teachers act poorl some have a unintellagable accents other then that the school is great
I wish I could say GREAT things about McEachern High ... out side of football though ... there is not a lot of good to say. Academically McEachern is anemic at best. Teachers are not empowered and really do not have the committed, regular support of the administration, and the counselors are really poor. If your child goes here, and you wish for them to get a decent education ... make sure you put them in Honors or higher. Regular courses are filled with kids who just don't care and as mentioned earlier ... the teachers can't do anything about it. Freshman orientation is a waste of time, this is the Principles oppty to tell you all that she believes in ... but does not back up with action. If your child plays a sport other than Football ... I'd take a big pass on this school again. Bottom line ... If you are looking to buy a home in the McEachern school district ... spend a little more, or rent in the Hillgrove district. Until we get a principle who is more than a disconneted paper pusher ... things will only get worse. Again ... Not a bad education experience IF you keep to honors and higher.
My daughter has been in Cobb County School system since kindergarten . In May she will go into the 12 grade at McEachern. It is a BIG school but our experience had been great. The most important aspect if any school is safety first. When the kids feel safe they can absorb what the teachers have to offer .
I must say, we have been more than pleased with this school. Was concerned with the number of enrolled students, but the spirit is high and quality attention is right on point. Kids are happy and have great friends and mentors here. Love it!
I love this school, my child transferred from a private, christian school due to the illegal activities at her previous school - and she is doing phenomenal at McEachern! The teacher's respond quickly to her questions and it is a great learning environment.
This school is quite frankly a joke. Academics are horrible, staff involvement is minimal ... but it is the substandard parental support that is the root cause for this schools demise. If the parents would take action and not allow the principle and staff to get away with substandard practices ... this school might once again be as good as it once was 15 years ago.
My years at Mceachern were dynamic. Besides the obvious 'cliques' formed amongst my peers, the blatant racism on campus is what kept me from being a proud 'Indian.' I witnessed a teacher justify the actions of the police officers in the Jena 6, saying that the six black students deserved their criminal sentences. Several of my former teachers fed into pre-existing stereotypes about blacks, using terms like 'ghetto-talk' and stating that 'black boys don't like to show their intelligence.' I heard white students refer to their friends as 'their 'n****s,'' poking fun at Black History Month, and insulting then-canidate Barack Obama because of his race. It's like I was living in the 1960s. Besides the racism, my guidance counselor was less than supportive of my ambitions to attend an out-of-state school. Since everyone went to the same schools like GA Southern and GA State, it...
I am currently in my Senior year at mcEacher, and I have to say the experience has been less than... glorious. Three stars is somewhat generous,but the teachers I had actually helpedme. It seems that the Gifted and AP teachers are the only ones that care about student success,as the on-level class I've been in were basically'survival of the fittest' both in an acedemic way, and who wever could survive the students. Student discepline is a major issue, and i don't suggest attending if you doin't want to see the rumps of every 'gangsta' in the school. Severall times I had to belive that scedules were created by throwing darts at a wall with all the classes on it. I was enrolled in back-to-back Team sports instead of Spanish III or any of the arts, two classes I both wanted and needed. Not the best school, but it works... usually.