The big problem with this school is its size. As a recent alumnus, I have experience Keys for four years first hand, and ultimately, what the student puts into their schooling is what they will get out of it at this school. Personally, I graduated with admission and a full ride scholarship to a D1 school, and many of my classmates did the same. On the other hand, we did have the usual failures that just don't realize that "school is for fools" is what losers say after they drop out, have a kid out of wedlock, and ultimately get a job doing manual labor for the rest of their miserable lives. Sure there's drama between students and teachers and parents, but it's mainly the parent's faults. They are the ones encouraging their sons or daughters to fight or be rude/crude/disrespectful. Overall, this school set me up for success in my college years and career because of great teachers that legitimately care (but only if the student cares).
This small community supports the school and the school is very active. The students are dedicated scholars and athletes.
This school is NOT a good influence for anybody. The system is messed up and the teachers act like students when it comes to gossiping about other students. The office loses dr notes that the students turn in and almost make them fail because they lose papers by the end of the year. For the past years keys has not been organized in the least with anything either.
General attitude of concern for the students. This school has an overall positive vibe. they are progressive and competitive. It a new High School and they are in a wonderful growth period. The stafff seems to flexiable enough to handle new changes and promotes an over all learning environment even for themselves. My nieces and newphews have been very happy and sucessful students.
This school proved to be a Great disappointment. Fights and bullying are a major problem that need to be addressed. The teachers need to have more control over the students in their class. The school needs to be more adamant about enforcing their own rules and dicipline when dealing with students who bully other students. I removed my children from this school after the first year.
I dont think this is a good school at all. I would like more organization at this and less fights going on. Their must be something these teachers and head directors can do.
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