Limited course selection, too much emphasis on athletics, problems with discipline and cliques, teachers and administration tend to overlook behavioral problems with minimum of any consequences and cater to influential parents, parent involvement minimum, administration more interested with public appearances than actual academic improvements, lots of 'cyb'
My child was ill, with doctor supporting records, and the school docked her credits regardless for serious illness. Most of the educators at the school are very good teachers with morals and values. However during the past few years, general public opinion voiced to me regarding problems with current administration has alot to be desired. A new superintendent is to join the 2005 school year and I've heard wonderful things about this man. I'm hoping he makes a difference. Changes within the system, followed up by security within the school and support for students would get this institution back on it's feet where it belongs. I pray that happens, it needs to.