At the beginning of the school year teachers tell parents to please email if you have any concerns. The teachers do not like to be bothered with parents and if you want a call back you might as well forget it and if you get an email back it is very arrogant and lacks concern for your child. Teachers do not submit grades in a timely fashion and if questioned they say they have so many students its hard to keep up. That is your job, you work 9 months out of the year, quit complaining. Your first priority is the students and then the parents, whom provide you with a paycheck. If a parent has a concern it should be answered promptly and with respect. I am a parent who graduated from Centerville and sent both my children to Centerville. If I had it to do again, I would rethink that. Centerville teachers are very arrogant and do not do their job.
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!!!