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Great school Have had 2 kids graduate from there working on my 3rd and last one. Smaller home town feel type school with big results..Caring teachers just a great school system...Go Kearsley Hornets!!


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They go above and beyond to assist the kids in every area of academics and athletics. All staff members are fully committed to the kids in their school.



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There's nothing wrong with the teachers at Kearsley. If it seems they're indifferent, it's probably because they're burned out and tired of dealing with students that just don't care anymore (seemingly the majority of students when I went through). If a student doesn't WANT to learn, the best teacher in the world cannot change that. I've witnessed teachers at the school genuinely get excited when curious, willing students sit in their classrooms. It makes a difference. I was not the most successful socially, but was never the victim of a teacher's favoritism for an athlete, nor did I witness any. Popular students weren't mean to me either. I respected them, and they me. Budget issues have plagued the school lately and as a result, the Arts program has taken a big hit. This is unfortunate, but understandable. The department just doesn't bring in as much money as say... athletics.



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As a student of Kearsley, I feel that the education is undermined and low on the needs scale. Athletics and 'popular' students are given moire rights and almost no responsibilities. Where as the 'outcasts' are left to pick up the slack of those that are given a break due to late practices or late games. The students are rude, discriminative, and just plain out immature. There are over the necessary amount of swearing, fighting, skimpy clothing, and bulling. As a student at the 'beloved' KHS, i recommend not sending your child here if you want them to have a true education.


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I am a Senior for the class of 2009. The band does have a wonderful reputation. As does the choir. Both Band and Choir have taken 1s and 2s consistently. Mr. Redfearn is by far the best choir director that the school has had not to be exceeded by Bushey of course. Also the administration is very caring.Also the Athletes are treated the same as the out casts thank you and please conisder Kearsley its a great great school



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As a student here of course I dont really care for the school. The students are rude, mean, etc. The teachers don't feel like going the extra mile for their students. The math teachers dont help the students as well as they sould. The athletes get away with so much and the 'outcasts' get caught when the athletes usually are the ones doing more bad stuff (smoking, drinkin, etc) Overall I wouldnt suggest the school. Send your child elsewhere.

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Last modified Kearsley High School is a Public school that serves grades 9-12. It has received a GreatSchools rating of 5 out of 10 based on academic quality.
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