I don't want to go to college. You have to wear a uniform that's REALLY restrictive, the computers don't even have Microsoft Office, and so much more. A requirement for graduation is to be accepted to two colleges, and how our society works is that you're expected to go to college. You can't get out of that, and the classes they offer aren't good anyway. You have to take certain classes, even if you don't want to use that class in your job. If I could switch schools, I would.
Grand River Prep is a school I will recommend to anyone who will listen. The teachers care about student success and students care about each other. GRP promotes a strong culture and a healthy academic career and I've been very happy with my experience.
I have been at Grand River Prep for all four years and I don't regret a single minute of it. Our school has wonderful teachers who are passionate about helping their students become successful. They live up to the name as a college prep high school, as the courses are rigorous and prepare you for the next level of education. The school offers numerous extracurricular activities from athletics to Monday electives that help students become apart of the GRP community. I am so glad that I got the chance to go to a school where I have teachers who truly care about my success, over 20 AP classes available to explore my interests, and many activities to meet students with the same interests and goals as me. For students who have college in their plan, Grand River Prep is the place to be.