I am a freshman in Bloomburg ISD and I'm a proud Wildcat!! To be honest people say we don't have a lot of UIL events. I think we have a good amount for a 1A school. We have baseball, softball, tennis, golf, track, basketball, cheerleading, and cross country. We went to regionals this year with the mathematic and science team and golf went too. No, we aren't very big but the teachers know everybody by name. We have a friendly attitude and we are a great school. I'm proud to be a wildcat!! GO BIG BLUE!!!!!!!
My husband and I graduated from Bloomburg. When we had children we wanted them to attend Bloomburg as well. I really like the small classrooms and the one-on-one attention my kids get. We live in another school district, so they are transfer students. If my kids were not able to go to Bloomburg, I'd home school. I would not send them anywhere else.
This is a dangerous school and should be avoided if you are looking for quality education for your child. Beware of the close minded administration and staff. Your child could end up being treated badly.
Coming from a 3A school to a barely 1A school was very dissappointing my Senior year of High School. I not only found that this school's limited UIL and sports activities didn't hold any of my interest but that only two teachers I had knew how to teach. I really wanted and needed to be encouraged and enforced to do homework or school work in general; but most teachers gave us no education or answers to the work we were given. Little to no scholarships were given to us by the school and the whole 'Senior's working all day and not ever stepping into the classroom yet still graduating with me' thing didn't really settle right. But due to hardly having school work we were able to start up new UIL compitions for the school, catch up on sleep, and I became great friends with some Wildcat fans!
This is a great school! I went to Bloomburg from my Sophomore year to the my Senior year. I wished I had went to this school from the start. This school gives students the one on one help they need. Plus, the school had a close friendly atmosphere for students. The teachers know all of the students. It's a great school for someone that likes a small one. That's what I like about it, everyone knows everyone. I am proud to say I am a 2000 graduate from Bloomburg High School! Go Wildcats!