Ok, I just wanted to say that this school was a very terrible, I am still in it, in fact in the 8th grade, and will be graduating in 2017, and it has been torture. If someone sees this in a couple of years or months, DO NOT send your children to this school. Some of the teachers are just plain rude, they don't give a damn about some of the students. And some of the teachers are in it for the paycheck, so they are miserable, and they make the kids more miserable. The principle does nothing for the school ( No offense if the principle is reading this ) It's just true. The assistant principle is so rude to people. When kids sometimes get teased, teachers do nothing. There is terrible conditions. Bathrooms are dirty, Even terrible food, some of the food was uncooked, sometimes there was chunky milk. Other times, the water machines broke and they took the person's money. And this school is unfair to the "lower classes". It's essentially when the low classes never get to travel the halls to the next class, which makes everyone uncomfortable. I've been through it myself. But the higher classes get talent classes like art, computers, drama. Which is good. But what's not good is the fact that the lower classes don't get it. Your child's education will not be great here.
Please DO NOT go here.
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Former student here in the 6th grade, I had an excellent English teacher, Ms. L, who first gave me strict impressions but eventually guided me and other to make significant progress in the subject. There was also Mr. D, my favorite science teacher of all time, used always meet me on my walk home and tell me, "See you tomorrow buddy." He also held a fun class using demonstrations from students which presented his teaching points in a comical way. Lastly, there was Ms. S who taught me many sophisticated math topics before any other advanced math class ever did preparing me with extra knowledge for the next year. In conclusion, a multitude of talented teachers guided me through the school year teaching me a myriad of things I'm glad to know today! P.S. This was the only year I ever aced the state English Language Arts test, so thank you Ms. L!