This school is a great school. The students get taught all core parts of everything that is needed. The school is now led by Chad Graham. I feel the sports will make a turn around for the boys basketball. Im pleased with the staff and will love to see the outcome.
- submitted by a
May 17, 2011
This schools is very poor in quality. The number of students per class isn't even enough to carry sports like baseball or football. The only foreign language offered is Choctaw, there are no AP classes available, no extra curricular activities besides FCCLA and yearbook. The high school humanities class is combined with another class so that it is met by the state department and all they do is sing a few songs for a Christmas program and one graduation song a year, this is not what Humanities is supposed to be. I witnessed at a basketball game students removing jerseys and giving hand gestures to the crowd. This truly is a school with problems. Even the amount of students at the school is a lie. They are not even close to 282 students. I would say 150 K-12 at the most.
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