I've had 3 children go to South. I don't think enough of the teachers care. If your child is struggling, you will find no help in the teachers. I'm glad it is closing and being changed into a new school.
All three of my children attended SIHS and have loved it. No school is perfect but for the most part their teachers have been wonderful. They all received and excellant education that prepared them for the next levels in education.
I personally loved this school. I felt like the teacher were nice for the most part. The administration did a very good job of keeping kids in line, and i really loved my principal she was very caring and always saw both sides of the story. She was very good at handling kids tooo. I miss this school and would go back in a heart beat. But the broken arrow highschool seems fun too.
We are new to the area therefore our son is new to BAIHS. We contacted the school prior to the beginning of the school year because we have a special needs child. We were welcomed and the process of finding the right classes for him began immediately. After school started he was evaluated and the classes were adjusted to fit his needs. We have been encouraged to be in contact as often as needed and they contact us as soon as there is a difficulty. Our son, for the most part, likes his school, classes and teachers. We are proud to cal BAIHS our home school.
Our daughter went here and we were very disappointed. We enjoyed the elementary school in the area but were not happy with what we saw here. It is overcrowded and morals are not taught at all. They have too many children to focus on anyone and do not seem to prepare the children for what college will be like. Our child never had a single report to write, the entire year. She was not prepared for college when she graduated.