Detroit International Academy for Young Women48900581
Posted August 17, 2012
- a parent
I have ALOT of things to say about this school.I have spoke to my daughters about it and got their opinions and I will also share mine. First of all, this school has an asesome principal.But she doesn't seem to listen to her students or teachers very often, it's mostly the vice rincipal doing all the work. Secondly, some of the students have brillent ideas that no one seems to appreciate. I've noticed this school is made out of African Americans and Muslims and the Muslim girls arn't participating in most of the things going on at school. I would love to listen to their ideas and see how much the school can change. The envirmont is HORRIBLE. This school needs to get in shape in order for the teachers to teach and the students to learn.(EX. Get this school re-painted over the summer)when I went to the parent-teacher conference I found gum on the railing of the stairs! The lighting is so dull that when I step in the building I feel as if I walked in jail! Also everything is always unorganized. (EX: Multicultural Day)The lockers are dirty, and the teachers are lazy. If I could become the principal, this school would've been in shape in one week! That is my opinions for this school.
Detroit International Academy for Young Women47373161
Posted February 12, 2012
- a parent
This school has Inappropriate language, some teachers are just to lazy, bullying, the teachers don't take their job seriously, and worst of the students do very unladylike like things! But what I like is the strong principle. every school needs a strong principle for the school to be good.
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