They've changed principals multiple times in the last few years just because no one wants to stay. The money just isn't there. If the teachers and principals aren't getting paid enough, it's obvious that there wouldn't be effective leadership.
I attended this school for a short period during high school. As the other reviewer said, bullying is a serious issue at this school and there's not much that is done to help. When I started there, I realized quickly that all of the other students were at a much lower education than I, even though I had moved around a lot. Most of the information I was "learning" I already knew. The education materials were extremely outdated. The English textbooks were from the 80's. I was not properly prepared for my ACT exams. I felt dread every single morning getting on the school bus and heading to school.
I removed my child from this school system due to the lack of safety at the facility. Bullying is a serious problem at the school and the victims are informed by staff, upon reporting bullying, that "no one like a tattle tell." Also the education level in the school has greatly deminished. Many teachers no longer are about the students wellfare, saftey, or education. Parents are told to their face that their involvement is greatly appreciated, but behind staff is told to keep the parents at bay.