Rude teachers, rude administrators, etc. They spend the lunch hour bashing students. All they care about is their A grade so that they can get more money in their pocket. Besides that, their focus is just passing them off. These kids are just a means to their selfish ends. Go to Concord...you won't regret it.
My son has an emotional disability and requires an IEP. The principal, teachers, and the special education teacher have been wonderful in working with us and the doctor. They also do their best if your child is not doing well to follow up and try to find ways to bring their grades up (tutoring, etc).
One of the best schools around. The majority of kids follow the rules and the teachers are fantastic. One science teacher gives up his lunch, everyday, to help kids. He has also helped many students in need by purchasing items they can't afford. I've had the best time there and learned a lot.
The office staff isn't the greatest. The rude behavior was uncalled for and very unprofessional. Some teachers are decent and give you child the education they need. Others go above and beyond what is required of them. There is a 7th grade math teacher that gives up her lunch hour, stays after school, and even helps you before school starts. In all, NS is okay. There are good and bad parts...but most of the time the bad is too heavy to overlook...sorry NS=(
I am currently going to Northside and I am loving it.This school offers a great education and fun extracurricular activities.The library staff are nice too, and all the teachers care about how the students do.
The school is very organized and has some very good teachers and coaches. The school's office staff I was not impressed with, the rude behavior i got from the secretary wasn't very profesional. I recomend getting your chid into honors courses though because of the teachers though the students aren't those of the nicest. Over all this school has is good and its bad but i would recomend to send your child to another local school.
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