There are some teacher's who are amazing, and do everything they can to help every student. Then, there are other teacher's who have their favorites; the rich kids, the sport 'superstars', and the relatives. On another note, the school lunches are terrible, though that is not entirely the fault of the school itself. I really wish that more funds would go toward the academics, and academic teams, and not all toward the sports. A decent charter bus would be sufficient. Or a field trip here or there.
As much as I liked going to WHS, I would have to agree with the person who said either you had to be a trouble maker or an 'allstar' you didn't get attention. I was very vocal in HS and got a lot of attention, but looking back there were students who the teachers struggled remembering their name.
I grew up in this school and now are sending my kids to this school. You have to be a really smart student or a trouble maker to get any attention or help. If you are an average student that needs help, you don't get it.