After having my child being in a constellation/community school for five years and being on the Honor Roll and Merit Roll, we transferred to Midview Schools and his grades dropped dramatically. A child with any type of disability (being social, mental, or physical) should NOT go here. And, after raising our taxes, still no school buses for the high school kids-how are parents supposed to work full time when we have to go and pick up our children? And, their "Pay to Play" fees is outrageous! Don't send your child to this school, especially if they are on any type of 504 or IEP...you'll regret it...
Comparing to some other school's in the area....I beleive that the school is over priced......school/book fee's are unreal......the transportation has been cut . Sports.....if you can afford them....it is a joke, I am considering home schooling my children next year....I can not believe I moved here for the school...that was a joke.
This High School has excellent teachers. They have always went out of their way to accommodate my children when they asked for one on one help. The State record proves their consistent track record. As far as leadership goes they are doing the best they can in this dismal economy. The problem lies with people in the community. They are too cheap and selfish to pass any school levies. It's an investment in your community people! Fifteen (15) plus years without passing a school levy. The administration has had to cut their operating budget year after year. No wonder they are discouraged. (Administration). How long would you work at a job without getting a cost of living wage or for that matter a pay raise period! Invest in your school system. You will someday reap the rewards and no I don't work at the school I just care about my community.
I could not agree more with you,both my kids graduated from Midview and i could not wait for them to be done. If you have money in Midview your kids will be fine but otherwise the teachers want not much to do with you. Especially in lower grades