The opportunities available to students is amazing. Fine arts, engineering, robotics, STEM, nursing, broadcasting, industrial arts... they offer it all, with a staff that truly cares about the students.
The bad reputation is only fueled by the small percentage of students that dont care. A vast percentage of the student body wants to learn, are decent kids, and are there to take full advantage of the amazing opportunity they have presented to them.
The idea that some schools have no issues is wrong. All schools have problems. It is a matter of perception and how well it can be controlled.
Give WCHS a chance and your students will excel at their chosen concentration.
This school has a tremendous amount of activities to meet its very diverse student body. The Performing Arts program not only teaches the students to become great performers, but they also teach their students to become great humans and members of society. My own children attended this school and I was proud of the education and experiences that they received.
I teach students with disabilities and the way that the students embrace others with limitations is remarkable. The students and staff at Warren find a way to make opportunities available for those that may not otherwise have them. I am proud to say that I work at Warren Central!
The Warren Central student body holds an immense amount of pride in their school. The students are positive, encouraging, and strive to be the best. From a teacher's perspective, this is a large school with an incredible amount of talent in the arts, academics, and athletics. As teachers, it is our goal to instill outlooks of positivism for our students no matter what challenges they may face. Anyone should be proud to call them-self a Warrior.
The Just Say No/SADD club is very involved at Warren Central. We have 153 members and hold a meeting each month. We take a lot of pride in bringing the message to our student body to make good decisions. We have a campaign for drugs usage, underage drinking, texting while driving and the importance of seat belts. We have a student who serves on the state Student Leadership Council for SADD. We also have an activity each month to keep the students excited about the club. Our club has been awarded several grants and awards in the past few years.
MSD Warren Township, in Indianapolis, Indiana, is an amazing place. The administration and staff are wonderful and caring and give all they have for the betterment of our students and our community. The students have so much drive, talent, and ambition that success in all areas is common and expected! I'm proud to be a very tiny part of it.
Like all large urban schools, we have our share of problems. However, I truly believe that we many more successes than problems. From our athletic teams to our speech team to our performing arts program, we at Warren Central constantly strive to put our "best foot forward." There are also the many, many small successes each day - from the student who at last understands the new concept to the students who are achieving above and beyond expectations, the WC staff and student body works diligently to help everyone.