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Dominion Middle School5
Posted June 02, 2014
- a parent
Dominion Middle School is an excellent middle school. The faculty and administration work hard to provide opportunities for every student to excel, and they consistently honor all students' achievements. The climate of the school is peaceful and cooperative. The principal is incredibly thoughtful and is continuously working to increase student body unity and cohesion. Her efforts have been tremendously successful. My son loves his school and is looking forward to next year!
This school is terrible, I attended it for 1 year and hated my time there, I eventually changed schools becuz it was so bad. I made many friends but also got bullied a lot. DO NOT SEND students here, my new school, ridgeview, is much better.
My son is now a seventh grader and rates the school a 4 star. He had never had played and instrument and now has played the trombone for two years and loves it. His band teacher, Mr. Carlson is one of the BEST! He also thinks all of his other teachers are great and makes learning fun. He like art, however did not like the art teacher at all. She needs to retire. My son does miss the old vice principle Mr. Brown
I am a sixth grader at Dominion. So far I believe that this school is wonderful. The principal is always involved in activities. The assistant principal is not the best but I have not had problems with him yet. Dominion takes bullying very seriously but have not had that problem because the students I have met were very nice and encouraging. This school has amazing teachers in academic classes. All the encore (arts) teachers are great too except the art teacher who is very rude and mean. This school is outstanding and if you want a great school, Dominion Middle School is the right choice!
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