This was a terrible school. The administration was unorganized and the teachers all seemed like they were working in hell (the name Eldorado is so perfect for it). Overall the school just seemed very sad and gloomy like everyone would rather be anywhere else.
My opinion of Eldorado is like any other school. It all really depends who you hang out with and what type of character your personality holds. Eldorado does contain motivating programs; such as Avid and Eldorado also provides us with a bulletin where scholarships are offered, or anything that is according to Universities and Colleges. There are some teachers that have been working here for a while, yet the way they teach makes it seem like they don't even care about our grades. And it seems like some teachers care more about what we wear instead of what we learn. The dress code and tardy policies have been interrupting and interfering with our knowledge. And for Sports, some coaches are dedicated to what they do, yet other coaches are just good men with no coach skills and just like to believe they know what they are doing. I don t recommend eldorado to any one, Only to those that will go to school and commit to honor/ap classes. Because those are basically the classes that teachers actually sit down with you and explain the details that are given in the book and will be in a test.
I have been teaching now for 10 years. I have taught at one other high school besides Eldorado which is located in another state. The previous school was stable and enjoyable. Eldorado without question or hesitation falls far below the school which I previously taught at. I have observed major problems at Eldorado with the Administration and Student-body. The Administration are not prepared to administer. They are poor communicators and offer little positive assistance to faculty. Profanity and rudeness are the norm. I would not send my child to this school. I will not be teaching here next year as I value my sanity and health!
I attended Eldorado for all four high school years and graduated in 2006 to move on to CCSN. There are very few things that can be said about Eldorado. The relatively new principal has helped a lot over the past couple years and has a good vision for the future. With the exception of a handful of teachers, a majority of the staff are lathargic about their teaching and are poor educators, merely covering the subject without actually forging any knowledge into the students. One of the worst issues is the safety on campus. Many students are violent, rude, and have no regard or understanding for community morals or ethics. Assualt, vandalism, theft, and harassment run rampant with little opposition from the disciplinary staff. The deans and police themselves seem careless, clamping down on clothing instead of focusing on the very nature of the students themselves. Overall, an extremely poor quality school.