Horriable! Parents involvement is highly discouraged by administration. Parents are not welcomed. Teachers and Principal very unproffessional toward "select" children and families. School Administration needs to focus on improving education in the class room since the district has fallen below the national aveage 4 years in a row, instead of writting detentions for incrediabley petty infractions. I wish I had checked out the ratings before moving here. Students gradutating are no where near ready to attend even a community college much less an Univeristy. I would give this school a 0 star rating but it is required to give at least 1. So Here is your undeserved 1 star Marissa. My family is stuck because all though with the "no child let behind" we are suposed to be able to transfer at their expence there is no districts willing to accept Marissa students on this program. Your child will receive a substandard education, and will spend more time in detention than the classroom if your last name is not one of the few on the "IN CROWD" list. Defined as born and raised here with proper lineage. I would rather home school than have my child subjected to this abuse of being an outcast.
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June 21, 2011
Students are making AYP eventhough a majority of students are from low income families. This is an example that rich schools do not need so much of the tax money
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no ratingMay 14, 2009
I disagree with that this is a good school. Special education children do not attend regular classes. In all of my dealings with management level, they are quick to punish however not with all being treated equal.