Students enrolled 1091
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School leader Ms Melody Chalmers
Transportation options Yes
District Cumberland County Schools

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1800 Seabrook Road
Fayetteville, NC 28301

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June 25, 2013
All i can say is...Smith high we love thy name be thou our guide with deep affection and recollection,our alma Matas thou....under thou sheltering arms we'll stand always and sing in the praises of our Smith high school...Ra ra ra with harty cheer...hip hip hip we'll have no fear ...Smith high we love thy name be thou our guide with deep affection and recollection our alma mater thou.....under thou sheltering arms we'll stand always and sing in the praises of our Smith High School!!!!!Bull pride c/o 94

- submitted by a community member
February 01, 2013
EE Smith is incredible. I dodged going here to go to Terry Sanford after listening to viscous rumors, and after transferring back to EE Smith I noticed that problems were MUCH worse at Terry Sanford. Everyone at Smith is real close with each other and everyone is set up for success who attends this wonderful school. It is in kind of a scary neighborhood but the school police and admin make sure that each and every golden bull is safe. I have no clue how the community rating is so low. GOLDEN BULLS!!!!!!

- submitted by a student
November 27, 2012
recent graduate of 2012, i have attended ee smith for my entire high school and was left with rumors prior to attending the school. Extremely old rumors. Once i got there, nothing that was said was true and actually ee smith was ranked 2nd in public schools in cumberland county for my junior year. The only thing that messes the reputation are the new incoming freshmen who tend to pull down the overall title of the school, but they will have time to adjust with the truely caring faculty. They are truely my family and i keep in touch with my good teacher friends such as Ms. Burks and other teachers. If there's one rumor you'd have to trust as the truth, it's that E.E. Smith is a family and they keep their family safe from anything possible, thief, fighting, bullying, edcuational struggles, and even unfortunate finacial problems when purchasing material. In my entire high school life at smith, there has only been 10 arguments. E.E. Smith's reputation that it's a poor school to have children learn from is quite old and has changed significally. I decided to post this soley because i noticed that it has an unneccessarly low community rating.

- submitted by a community member
November 17, 2012
EE Smith, students, faculty and staff is a big family. We relocated from Wake Forest, NC/Wake County School System from what is said to be 1 of the top High Schools but I must say it does not compare to EE Smith. The teachers and principals not only ensure the elements are in place to give students the opportunity of success they follow-thru the students are not just another number. The BB Teams and other athletics require a C average in each class vs. other schools a D. They preach academics first with coaches in place that are top teachers and can tutor their own players if required. Ms. Chalmers the principle is very attentive to each student, parent and works well with her staff. This environment has caused my child to succeeded at an even higher level and has kept an A average each grading term. The teachers have programs that are challenging and preparing my child for the real world. The students motivate each other and push each other to do better. EE Smith leadership, faculty and staff are equipped not only to help students transition but families as well. They have made this move for my child and family a great success. Glad to be in the family.

- submitted by a parent
November 13, 2012
Proud Alumni of Smith C/o 2012, Smith is a Great School To Be At, Everyone is One Big Family In and Out of School and Thats The Kind of Spirit You Need While Attending School

- submitted by a community member
June 09, 2011
This school has been great! My daughter has been in this school since her freshman year, she is now about to be a junior. The communication with the teachers are excellent. I e-mailed a teacher and ask her to e-mail or call me, within 2 hours she called me and this was during the evening. This happen a couple of other times. My daughter loves the school. My only complaint is that I can never get a response from the principal or assistant principal. He tells us we can call him anytime, which is true, you can call all you want. Now will he or his assistant principal call you back.....that is another issue. But overall it's great!

- submitted by a parent
June 09, 2011
Sure E.E. Smith will bring your grades up with classes that offer more credits because they are way easy. ThE REGULAR class for English that I took at the previous school that I went to was way more challenging than the honors class for English at Smith. I took Pre-Calc and we were basically just being graded to do basic math. Sure my grades got higher because it was that easy not because I learned anything but because we didn't have to do hardly anything. I am fluent in spanish and I really wanted to learn french and the reason why the counselor put me in Spanish despite the fact that I told her I wanted to be in French was because I already knew Spanish and it would be an easy grade for me . This defeats the purpose I did not want to go over something I already knew I wanted to learn something new.

- submitted by a student
June 08, 2011
I too was told that EE Smith was a horrible school when we first moved here. BUT, Let me tell you something! My son, who had not attended school in a couple years due to an illness, has done FANTASTICALLY well! The staff at EE Smith actually CARES about the kids education and teaches them RESPECT! My son is now an honor student and has a GREAT future ahead of him because of EE Smith High School!

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no rating April 30, 2010
This is the best school ever i love the golden bulls...........respect self respect other respect tradition we are golden bulls...

- submitted by a community member
April 14, 2010
Thank goodness I didn't listen to 'word on the streets' at Fort Bragg about EE Smith! This school has been fabulous to and for my son. He is a 10th-grade student in the Math/Science Academy and has had wonderful teachers and rigorous classes. Safety and excellence are equally important to this staff. They are all excited about the Golden Bull family and its improvement. We are so incredibly sad to be leaving this summer. Wish we could stay to graduate AND send our daughter to Smith as well. Go check out EE Smith for yourself - don't listen to old rumors.

- submitted by a parent
February 16, 2010
I am a freshmen at EE Sitha and i love it! That school to me is the best we have are pride and pasion. Are grades have come up by a large amount. They really sholdent call EE Smith students ghetto becuse of what they hear.Once they come to are school and see all the improvements they will really know how Smith works! Theres no pride like Golden Bull pride thats a fact

- submitted by a student
December 23, 2009
Truly greatful for the dedication of the staff and the overall parent and alumni involvement. Even when my husband's deployed, they take a special interest in my child and keep her interested in getting good grades in school and the extracurricular activities offered.

- submitted by a parent
December 23, 2009
I agree that E. E. Smith has come a very long way. From the administration down to the teachers and support staff, everyone works as a team to make sure that each student has the opportunity to be successful. There are many curriculum options to meet the needs of the varied student interests and aptitudes, and extracurricular opportunities also abound. Additionally, safety is a primary concern of the administration, and is actively and effectively addressed. All in all, this has been a much better school for my teen than was a prior county school with a 'better reputation'.

- submitted by a parent
December 23, 2009
Great School! Better with each year. Staff are professional, objective when dealing with difficult issues, and seem to really listen.

- submitted by a parent
December 17, 2009
That one of the best schools cause of their test scores and there sports there like football they are really good at that but that is a good school there

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October 16, 2009
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- submitted by a teacher
September 01, 2009
Smith has really come a looooong way in all areas . This school will be better with the new administration. Give Smith a chance1

- submitted by a parent
no rating August 30, 2009
As an alumni of E.E. Smith high school...I can honestly say that I wouldnt have rather graduated from any other school in the county...I fail to realize why people continue to look for the negative in this school...it has become a family environoment and has dedicated faculty and staff...compared to what the school used to be like 2/3 years ago...smith has made a MAJOR turn around with the help and dedication of Mr. Robinson...Smith has alot more to offer than just its marching band and athletics...we have a wonderful Math & Science Academy ran by a very dedicated advisor...our ap classes are challengin, but at the same time your actually learnin something...our ROTC program is top notch in the state...E.E. Smith is an excellent school...and parents especially should think twice before passing up the opportunity to be a Golden Bull...

- submitted by a student
no rating July 29, 2009
E.E Smith is a school that is on the rise and is moving toward a school of distinction. They have a wonderful staff, most notably the guidance counselors and Principal Robinson, that is there to offer help and assistance to both students and parents. I loved my time at E.E. Smith including my involvement of the Speech and Debate Team as the captain. For anyone who doubts E.E. Smith, this school has the same values and responsibilities that any other school has and is definetely an option for parents concerned about their children's future.

- submitted by a community member
July 18, 2009
I didn't enjoy my experiences at E.E. Smith High School. This was my third High School...and I found that the staff was rude and unorganized. The only activity important was the booty-shakin' marching band...which I can honestly careless about. Education is what's important. One Star for me...I which I would've chosen another.

- submitted by a student
no rating June 23, 2009
I am a upcoming sophmore at Smith and i absolutely wouldn't pick another school to spend my freshman year at, this school is not only a great enviroment for learning but it is a great experience; E E Smith Senior High School is home, we are all family

- submitted by a student
June 19, 2009
More concentration must be made on mathematics, english and science courses. This will be the stepping stone for the students to upgrade test scores.

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May 28, 2009
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May 28, 2009
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- submitted by a parent
May 28, 2009
I am a female sophomore at smith and at first i was listening to the rumors that you may hear and thought that smith was such a terrible school,....I found that that was definity not the case...E.E smith is a school of academica achivement, and excellence. The principle makes it a a consense effort to make sure he has a one one level and knows all of the student attending E.E.Smith High School. I love this school and all schools have flaws, but that what makes up its character and E.E. Smith has improve in the more positive direction drastically,, Respect Self Respect Others Respect Traditon I Am E.E.Smith!!!!

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March 06, 2009
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- submitted by a parent
no rating January 01, 2009
E.E. Smith is by far one of the best schools in Cumberland County. Sure there are disciplinary problems but they are at every school no matter the location. I've been going to E.E. Smith for 4 years, and I'm proud to say that I could have only got the education I have now from that school. There are several activities whether it be academically or athletically. The magnificent marching machine is the best band in North Carolina, and our math and science academy is one of the most successful academies that exist. Most notably, the Speech and Debate Team is a grand mixture of talent culture. So, for those who bash Smith for its location or behavior don't understand that this is a high school. Just like every high school there are problems that won't go away. However, Mr. Robinson is taking the initiative and the students are right behind him.

- submitted by a student
September 05, 2008
E E Smith Senior High School is a school full of pride and dedication. I was once a student at this school serving under Dr. Griffin. The new principal Dr. Robinson is excellent. He truly cares about all of the students and staff. I was very skeptical about my daughter going to Smith because of all the negative talk you hear on the streets. But now that I have witnessed myself the school majority of people talking probably have never stepped foot in the school. Murchison Road has a bad reputation, so that negative publicity is talked about often everywhere you go. If kids go to school to learn, then they will get taught.

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August 31, 2008
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- submitted by a parent
July 02, 2008
the school isnt all that its cracked up to be.... it is a predominantly afro-American school but i dont encounter the problems that im supoosed to being the minority at the school. i gain respect from the other students and the teachers. i do not give respect to the ones that disrespect me though. i respect the teachers because they do go through alot... with the students complaining, whining, and being just plain stubborn! i do go to E E Smith and i do not think that people give us enough credit. they say that the students are all bad... that is soooooooo not true! some students are bad and that does reflect how other people act and think of us.... but that doesnt get me down... i am a senior and i will do all that i can to get the school more credibility... the credibility that it deserves...

- submitted by a student
May 23, 2008
This school is a lot better than people make it out to be. My biggest problem is the fact that people are so quick to blame the teachers when things go wrong, when in all actuality, it's some of the students. I'm in AP and Honors classes, but I have been in, and have witnessed, standard classes. The problems within the majority of those classes, with the exception of one, have been caused by the students. Also, anyone who complains about this being a 'black' school, and using that to justify the lack of funds going into this school needs to do some research. Property taxes pay for schooling. If you want more money to go into the school, fix up the neighborhood. Let's all get involved and give these kids an actual chance at success. Thanks.

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May 04, 2008
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April 25, 2008
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no rating April 21, 2008
This school is a school of excellence the principal see's potential in the stusents and is there to help them i should know because im a junior at this school

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February 12, 2008
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December 09, 2007
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no rating July 24, 2007
First of all let me say that I may be bias to my school. I graduated from this great school, and I can say with all my heart, back then, parents were very involved, students were dedicated, of course we had our share of problems but that doesn't make it a bad school. all the postings that I've read, have all these problems in the school and no solutions for them. As for myself, I can't wait to retire to go back HOME and give back to my community, be involved w/ the school and the faculty that influence me so much and help me be the person that I'm today. A building called a school doesn't make it a school, not even the faculty and students make it a school, it's the community that makes it a school, we do.Thank Mrs. Hardy, Mrs. Williams, Mama Teen, Coach Farley, Ms. Smith

- submitted by a student
July 21, 2007
I was formally a student at E.E. Smith and there were lots of activities to get involved in as well as opportunities to get the best education possible. But like most high schools I feel that there needed to be more parent involvement to assist in the children's education. Overall E.E. Smith was a good school and I enjoyed my time there though.

- submitted by a former student
June 19, 2007
I know that EE Smith High School is a great school. Maybe the school had its share of problems then, but now, great changes have occurred. EE Smith scores are lower then most schools in the county but parents need to understand that there are more to a school than test scores. Where are the parents, go visit the school, volunteer and be a part of your child's education.

- submitted by a parent
May 21, 2007
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- submitted by a student
April 18, 2007
E.E. Smith is a wonderful school with many opportunities for a wide variety of students.I am a junior at E. E. Smith and when people judge Smith without ever being here it hurts me. we are often judged because of the student populations socioeconomic status'. Our teachers are the best in the county and they care deeply about their students. Those who apply themselves achieve great things while they are at Smith and continue to have success in college.I am pleased with the education that I have received at Smith thusfar.

- submitted by a student
November 03, 2006
Quality of academic programs I feel need improvement and this can be achieve by improve not only the teaching staff but more teacher to cover the load of student. Not just having one teacher to teach one subject to all the kids. Activities I feel is good I special like the ROTC program and the staff they have working with the kids as well as parents if needed. And there desire to do good for all the kids if they had a greater level of teachers who work and feel this strongly about out kids I feel it would make a different. As for as parent involvement at the school that we are not felt that they wish to have the parents that involve on a daily basic.

- submitted by a parent
October 12, 2006
well I am a freshman at E E Smith High School. To me I really enjoy going to the school. Some kids doesn't show or give respect to the teachers and their fellow classmates.

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September 03, 2006
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- submitted by a former student
July 30, 2006
I just switched to E.E. Smith highschool at the beggining of january 06, and i can honestly say that this school did not impress me at all. There are conflicts between students all the time. Overall this school disapointed me because of the lack of respect some of the students have for the teachers and their fellow classmates.

- submitted by a student
July 03, 2006
As a 2001 Alumni of EE Smith I am trying to figure out where all the negative comments are coming from. This school challenged my mind and kept me stable in my roots. Mrs. Myles was one of my teacher, she was teacher of the year and was on a book cover. I took her AP Biology class and when I got to college I was more prepared than anyone in my Honors biology class. She still works there. With teacher like these how can you possibly say we have poor academics. As a new teacher I know where the problem lies, it is with parents, and students. Teacher and administration can only do so much to support but most parents look at school as a place to babysit their kids for a couple of hours.

- submitted by a former student
March 30, 2006
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- submitted by a student
February 06, 2006
I must say that i am shocked at many of the negative comments that people have to say about e.E. Smith. My experience at this school has been very enjoyable.I also heard the rumors that people are saying but once i came to the school it became clear that the rumors were untrue. Like any school it does have it problems with discipline but nothing that is so extreme that anyone should fear walking down the hallways. The school is full of spirit from both students and teachers. The teachers are hardworking and go out of there way to help each student do the best that they can. People leave out the accomplishments of the students like the number of seniors who receieved academic scholarships and are going to schools like stanford and morehouse. I am proud to say that i was a golden bull... Class of 2005

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December 20, 2005
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September 23, 2005
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- submitted by a former student
September 15, 2005
My child has been going through a lot here at EE Smith because of the loose rules here. Where are the hall monitors and teachers getting involved to keep the kids safe at this school. Why are problem children allowed to come and stay here at this school without being monitored. I fully intend to take my child out of this destructive environment. Because I am sending her to school for and education not to be in fear of walking the halls. A concerned parent.

- submitted by a parent
August 31, 2005
I think that it's amazing how parents take the time to give negative reviews about a particular school but don't take the time to contribute to making the school better. It takes more than just the teachers and administration to improve the quality of education our children receive. Having been a P.T.A. Board member for a couple years, I find it ridiculous that the attendance is so low and when it's time to complain, there's standing room only. All you have to do is 'look' at the parent participation in the other schools that are doing better and compare. It takes a VILLAGE - not just teachers & principals.

- submitted by a parent
August 17, 2005
I came here in my sophomore year and loved it, because as a teenager you can't beat a school with loose rules and you can basically do what u want.But it has very poor grades, right now trailing only Westover, and I would bet its one of the more dangerous schools from here to Florida. Sports and activities I give a B to, especially band, rotc and football. There is great school spirit here, but if you are looking for a perfect school you can't find it in Cumberland County-one of the worst academically in the state.It has distractions but for a student that can manage fun w/schoolwork, its alright.Ms. Corders has done a good job from Smith's mid-90's days when students fought teachers, but this school still has a long way to go.

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August 17, 2005
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- submitted by a student
August 02, 2005
As student body president of E.E. Smith this yr.(2005-2006) i can honestly say it is, has and will always be the decisions of the individual student whether or not their experience here at E.E. Smith is a positive or negative one. I have truely enjoyed myself here. There are the days of ups, downs, and disagreements between the administration and students, teachers and administration. However, change is soon coming and the current and true attributes of the Golden Bull family will be positively reflected upon in the coming years. So to all the parents that may discourage your child from attending this school, take the time to visit the school, talk to the administration(INCLUDING Ms. R. Corders), the teachers, and students. YOU BE THE JUDGE! C. Boykin

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- submitted by a parent
June 16, 2005
I am now a junior at E E Smith High School and to get a student's point of view it can be challenging to go to Smith but it has been a great learning experience for me so far. Its hard because of all the rumors you hear about and people always down-talking this school but to be perfectly honest its not any different from Westover, 71st or even Terry Sanford. We all learn the same thing and come on top just like the rest. I feel very proud to say i go to E E Smith High School because of its history and what it has in store for future years. Instead of focusing on the bad points of E E Smith think about all children leaving here and going off to college of athletic or academic scholarships and look at the benefits of the Math and Science.

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June 05, 2005
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June 01, 2005
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May 26, 2005
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- submitted by a parent
May 11, 2005
I used to go to Smith before I moved and I thought it was the best school ever. My new school doesn't compare to the education and the fun I had at E.E. Smith. The extra-curricular activities are the best and parents who get involved in there childs activities know best that there is a lot of parent involvement. Those who say otherwise just never had the chance to experience the Golden Bull life.

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April 12, 2005
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- submitted by a student
March 03, 2005
I am a senior at E. E. Smith High School, and honestly, I have to say that it is the most closed minded, uneduacated, racist school I've ever been in, as an african american who's been a military brat most of her life, I've met many different types of races, and have been able to accept everyone for who they are, and not their color. E. E. Smith students act as if it's against the law to integrate, and the students use race as an excuse for their ignorance. This school IS lost. People HAVE given up on it, and it's because the students, AND the administration, condone the ideas of allowing the students to think it's okay to not want anything more for themselves. Oh yeah, and the brotherhood program... Let's get real. Isn't that where they celebrate many DIFFERENT cultures?

- submitted by a student
March 03, 2005
E.E. Smith High school can boast on the fact that there principal Ms. Rene` Corders has win Principal of the Year for two years consecutively. E.E. Smith is a great school with lots of activities: an award winning, band and varsity and junior varsity football teams; baseball, track, tennis, soccer, basketball, volleyball and wrestling teams. There academic programs are equally as notable. E.E. Smith has a Math and Science Academy and an academic bowl program which includes the Science Olympiad and Forensic and Debate programs.

- submitted by a parent
February 20, 2005
I'm currently attending E.E. Smith and I will like to bring forth my opinion. E.E. Smith Senior High School is not the way it is because of the students, teachers or location. Ms. Corders is the main reason why this school is out of control. I have not seen her (Ms.Corders) more than 10 times since I have been here (two years). She tries to (what she calls) 'disclpline' and 'frighten' students with unbelievable rules. The teachers are great and hard works (most of them), E.E. Smith is great so please do not judge the students who attend, Look at our leader.

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February 19, 2005
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- submitted by a parent
February 18, 2005
I'm a student at E.E. Smith and most of this is true. Yes student behavior can be a bit rowdy but there aren't to many other schools that don't have these same problems. As for extracurriculars, yes our football team and marching band are one of the best. We have competetive students willing to work to the best of their abilities. If you only focus on negatives about any place it's going to look bad. This school has potential and bring about that potential out of the student so long as there willing to work.I'm a senior with the class of 2005. I'm a member of different set clubs, speech and debate, athletic teams, and a concert band member. I would suggest this school to young new comers with a strong will. S. Brown Class of 2005 GOLDEN BULL FOR LIFE!

- submitted by a student
February 09, 2005
I attended this school, and it is one of the worst in Cumberland county schools. The students ran out a former new Tech math teacher, and the values and disclipine in this school is a disgrace. It's ghetto and Im glad I got out of that kind of atmosphere. Only thing this school is known for is the Band and football team. A lot went on in that school and stil does since I have transfered. Worst school ever.

- submitted by a former student
February 03, 2005
I think the only people that should rate the school are the people who actually attend it, not the people who have just read stories or heard things about it. As a graduate of E.E. Smith High School I believe that it is a wonderful school for a student to spend his/her 4 years of high school in. The teachers are hardworking and deserve much more credit than they recieve. People are always so quick to blame the teacher but the teacher is just putting the information out there, the students are the ones who have the choice whether to grasp it or not. I love E.E. Smith High School and if I had my choice I'd do it all over again just because it was that pleasurable of an experience. Golden Bulls handle your business. J.Berry c/o 2003

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January 30, 2005
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- submitted by a staff
November 07, 2004
E.E Smith was a school known for its GREAT testing scores, the best marching band, the perfect sports rating, but mostly the spirit of each and every african american student. This school has fell under since the 1990's. It was an honor to go to Smith but due to the lack of understanding and guidence the school is not a place you would go to get prep for college. My daughter wanted to go to smith and despite my feelings about the school I let her attend. We both agree that this school has its positive and negitive. The teacher try extra hard to work with the student but there's only so much they can do. The negitive is that people have already gave up on the school and the students. Now the students are rebeling. The teacher turnover is also horriable! But the problem resides beyond the students and teacher.

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October 21, 2004
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- submitted by a former student
August 24, 2004
Very poor on the administration side. If you are looking for a school where your child can get a safe and fair education. This is not the place. The students dont respect the administration and the administration does not respect the parents.

- submitted by a parent
August 20, 2004
This school is very poor on the adminstrative side. It is full of violence and out of control. The problems are ignored by admin. Just check out the report card it tells the story.

- submitted by a parent
August 17, 2004
My child attends Smith and that was a choice I made based on my child interest. You always here people say the school is terrible. Look at the whole picture before making a decision. I have not seen anything happen at Smith that has not happended at the other high shcools. It is a great school. Discipline is tougher there because people expect our kids to fail in all areas. The administration does everything to ensure all students have a safe learning environment. If new parents would go to the school for a visit, meet the staff and administration they would not believe all the perceptions others have of the school. I do believe something could be done about the percetions if higher administration wanted it to change. My child was an A student prior to Smith and still is. A child can succeed no matter what school he/she attends.

- submitted by a parent
July 30, 2004
This school is a very positive and uplifting school. They make sure every child has a understandment about school and life. The courses very helpful even the electives. Also they have class that count for college courses/electives. And they have excellent sport teams especially the Varsity football team and the Magneficent Marching Machines (which is the marching band).

- submitted by a student
July 07, 2004
Administration from top down leaves much to be desired. Claims to have security on campus but violence is ongoing at this school. Loss of teachers mid year compromises students productivity. Teacher turnover rate high. School is unsafe. Administration lacks greatly in professionalism and guidance. Clearly the rating of 5 stars given by the school itself. Check out AYP results as this school fails to consistently make adequate yearly progress.

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April 09, 2004
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March 07, 2004
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- submitted by a former student
September 09, 2003
This school is outstanding! It gives you the 'I know I can do this' attitude. Smith is like a 2nd home to many!

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E E Smith High
1800 Seabrook Road, Fayetteville, NC  28301
(910) 483-0153
Last modified E E Smith High is a Public school that serves grades 9-12. It has received a GreatSchools rating of 3 out of 10 based on academic quality.
E E Smith High Rating: 3 out of 5 based on 87 reviews.