i attended napavine schools for 6 years.The elementary was alright, but the middle school was horrible for me.you get 2 choices for electives,band or study skills,And in study skills all you do is homework. nothing fun like art or home ec or anything.Everyone knows everyone's buisness. theres so much drama.Teachers are mean. two teachers cussed in class and didnt get it trouble for it. the principal doesnt do things right. the lunch is disgusting.the school isnt even a school, it"sr 4 portables next to each other.u have to walk to the highschool for library ,and lunch and the lunch is in the small commons and they roll out little tables.and for P.E. u walk to the elementary school gym.you cant go to your locker between classes so you have to carry a huge back pack ALL day.dont send your kids here.
NHS is freakin awesome! Our school is by far the best school in our area. In only half a year we've gotten recognized for both athletics and achedemics. Our school isn't a place that you'd expect to find dedicated teachers that actually care and are always willing to stay late to give help to a needy student. I still have yet to find a bad thing about Napavine. I feel that my education speaks for itself when i'm talking to people from other schools. Students from Napavine use proper grammar, and we have real arguments. Arguments about things that really matter. I feel that anybody can do anything if they just put their mind to it, and Napavine will not only prepare you achedemically, but also socially and psychologically.
Napavine Junior Senior High School is the school that you would want your kids to go to. They have an amazing staff and students. The area around Napavine High School is great as well. People are always saying we want better education, well this school is the place for your students to go to. Speaking from personal experience I hope that you will make the right choice and send your students to Napavine High.
NHS does have a few teachers who are serious and dedicated, but the overall education given is lacking. I had two students who graduated in the upper ranks of their classes but were not well-prepared for college math, literature, and sciences. There is too much concentration on the athletic department.