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6-8
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Mcleansville, NC
Students enrolled: 828

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6720 McLeansville Road
Mcleansville, NC 27301

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(336) 375-2525
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October 01, 2014
My daughters both went there. Unfortunately, we did not have the means to get them into a private school. All I can say is, Northeast is a nightmare! I can only think of two teachers in the past 5 years that actually were great teachers and cared about the kids. Bullying is NOT addressed...AT ALL, and there is an exceptional amount of bullying going on! My youngest was actually bullied by her gym and science teacher last year! Even when my husband and I go in to meet with teachers, counselors, administrators. They tell us what we want to hear and then they do absolutely nothing. The bathrooms (when the kids are allowed to use them, which isn't often) look like something you would see in a prison, all the mirrors have been removed. They treat the students more like inmates; not students. We are finally moving this summer, so this is the last year our family has to deal with this awful school.

- submitted by a parent
May 12, 2014
My son goes to this school. The school doesnt seem to care if your child fails , shows up, ect. The principal has no leadership in how the teachers are teaching or how the kids are learning. Not one conference or phone call about my son failing, which he is. He talks about fights in school daily and that the kids and teachers are all disrespectful to eachother. I cant send him there again next yr.

- submitted by a parent
April 15, 2014
I HAD ALWAYS HEARD NEGATIVE THINGS REGARDING THIS SCHOOL, SO I WAS CONCERNED AS I HAVE A CHILD AND A NIECE THAT ATTENDS THIS SCHOOL...HOWEVER MY CHILD AND NIECE HAS BOTH ENJOYED GOING TO NORTHEAST MIDDLE 2 YEARS IN A ROW AND ALTHOUGH I HAVE HEARD SOME BAD THINGS THAT BROKE OUT IN SCHOOL LIKE FIGHTS AND SUCH, I DO BELIEVE THE SCHOOL HAS PROBABLY IMPROVED OVER THE LAST COUPLE YEARS. JUST KEEP IT UP NORTHEAST KEEP OUR KIDS MOTIVATED AND POSITIVE AND TEACH W/ A GOOD ATTITUDE AND THIS SCHOOL COULD RECEIVE A IMPROVED RATING. A 3 OUT OF A 10 IS LOW AND WOULD LIKE TO SEE THAT NUMBER A BIT HIGHER. I DO BELIEVE THE NEW PRINICIPLE HAS HAD A PRETTY GOOD IMPACT ON THE SCHOOL THOUGH, SHE SEEMS CARING,THANK YOU

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September 05, 2013
So bad, not even worthy of the 1 star. This school is a joke. My child learned absolutely nothing except that people can actually get a paycheck for showing up and doing nothing more. Principal and assistant principals are just as clueless as the children they turn out. No respect from the kids as they walk through the hallways and even into the office, cussing and speaking loudly. Our child spent one year here and it was horrible. We'll take out loans and a second mortgage for private school if ever have to faced with the choice of sending our youngest here!

- submitted by a parent
March 14, 2012
This is not a good school. Teachers dont notice bullying. I complained, nothing was resolved. A teacher has been bullying the students, yelling, cussing, calling them names. My child hates it there. The students are so unruly and disruptive, he is not able to focus and learn. He doesnt feel safe and always feels threatened. My only option is to sell my house and move to a better school. Its so frustrating and sad and disappointing.

- submitted by a parent
February 01, 2012
The school has several issue.1 is if my child is out of school they do not call you to let you know. The also have a site to see the attendance but are not forth coming with address. 2 the teacher noticing bulling issue lack extremely and punish the wrong child after asking what went on by other students who are going to side with their friends or the bully.3 to find someone at the front desk who knows anything is rare. My child was bullied on the school bus. I call the school and they send me to transportation to complain. They send me back to the school. I also ask about attendance issues who to contact for various things and they do not know and just push you off.4 telling you not to send cash but checks and not to send checks but send cash, make up your mind. I have no other option but to sell my new house and move to another location to resolve the issue. I leave for work at 7am and the bus picks up at 8am so I can not drop him off early at the school. so I am stuck and my kid pays for it.

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no rating December 11, 2009
I am just not sure what to rate this school or if it should even have a rating. That is sad to say. I feel that some of the teachers hear are just there for a paycheck. Overall I feel that the school itself is not doing much to help these students reach their full potential they are more focused on pushing the smod issue rather than focus on the quality of teaching.

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December 15, 2005
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October 07, 2004
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Northeast Guilford Middle School
6720 McLeansville Road, Mcleansville, NC  27301
(336) 375-2525
Last modified Northeast Guilford Middle School is a Public school that serves grades 6-8. It has received a GreatSchools rating of 3 out of 10 based on academic quality.
Northeast Guilford Middle School Rating: 2 out of 5 based on 9 reviews. Top