They do respect those students that respect them. You need to show respect to get respect. If you or your child feel disrespected at any point by a teacher just talk to the unit principle they will help you greatly with the situation.
Teachers do give you freedom but it's your choice to follow the rules. They really care about you and what your going through but, to be fair they usually don't give extended time to do homework or projects. The rule for most teachers is you get an extra day for each day you weren't in their class. They do not tolerate lying; if you lie there are consequences. HONESTY IS THE BEST POLICY!!! Als, the teachers here do not favorite students. Instead they treat them equally.
This highschool is a great environment for cheerleaders,football player, any athletes, and any child that's not an athlete. at this high school they help your child decide what classes to take based on what the children want to be when they grow up. They have great programs for anything (cheer, di, football, gymnastics, hockey, science Olympiad, etc.) I really suggest sending your kid(s) to this high school!!!
Yes, I don't believe the school accepts disrespectful behavior. However, if you have a student that thinks the teachers have to earn their respect before they will behave in class, there will be problems. Kids here are expected to behave and be respectful.
My daughter was involved in a variety of groups over her four years at CHS in which teamwork was key. I have also personally known of several students who have gone out of their way to assist others. My son was there four years ago, and had some issues with these things, and his unit principle still asks how he's doing when I see him.