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9-12
Public district
Cedar Grove, WI
Students enrolled: 319
 

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321 North 2nd Street
Cedar Grove, WI 53013

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(920) 668-8686 x547
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April 07, 2014
There are a lot of classes, nice people, good teachers to help your student prosper into the great person everyone could be. As a former parent I believe that.

- submitted by a parent
June 05, 2011
I spent most of my middle school years and all four years of high school in Cedar Grove. There are reasons I moved to Milwaukee a month after I graduated. Teachers are totally hit-or-miss. Some are great and nurturing, but others will fly into a rage at the drop of a hat. The health teacher is just the gym teacher in a different room; she knows nothing at all about actual health issues, to the point where she didn't know that bulimia is bad for you, which a girl in my class asked. Arts are completely neglected (besides band), with the only art class offered being "art." The choir is open to anyone looking for "an easy A," making the quality awful. Anyone "different" at this school (a minority group, a non-Christian, a non-conservative) will be met with great hostility. Lockers are vandalized. Posters are ripped down. People who are "different" are harassed by students openly, and the administration will not do anything about it. If you're a white, upper middle class, conservative, Christian family with athletic children who you want to enter the world with a closed mind, this is the school for you.

- submitted by a student
September 04, 2008
I and my high school age daughter are counting down the years until she's done at this school. I've offered to move so she could attend another school (transportation issues) but she wants to stay with her friends. The head people at this school don't want any type of confrontation, nothing to change, no challenge. They don't want anyone to 'think outside the box' and try something new. Most of the teachers are very good, but I think they are limited in what they can do and provide. If you're not an athlete, there's not much offered... art club, writer's club... I think that's it. The lunches offer little in the way for vegetarians or those who don't want their main course floating in grease. Attempts to improve the lunches was met with resistence and refusal, always a reason why they couldn't do it. Nothing offered for the gifted/talented students.

- submitted by a parent
February 08, 2006
A beautiful facility with small class sizes and involved faculty and administrators.

- submitted by a parent
January 02, 2006
The school does not offer a tutoring program for struggling teens. The attitude of the school staff seems to be: Stepping back and letting students 'figure it out' or 'take responsibility for their own learning' which I believe may lead to a deeper cycle of failure within the school environment. Parent involvement seems to be taken in a defensive manner if the parent is requesting modifications or accomidations for their teen. It seems the school would rather the teens seek out what extra help they offer to all students, rather than focus on the fact that one size does not fit all. Frustration has been my experience in dealing with this school district. I provide a structured environment at home and it seems the school is providing an education, but when a student exhibits signs of academic failure, they are left to their own devices.

- submitted by a parent
February 19, 2005
The Quality was there, Just not the help you needed, Too much sports! the art was lagging,also the music ! Parenst seemed not to care as long as there child was in school and not bothering them !

- submitted by a former student
August 10, 2003
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Cedar Grove-Belgium High School
321 North 2nd Street, Cedar Grove, WI  53013
(920) 668-8686 x547
Last modified Cedar Grove-Belgium High School is a Public school that serves grades 9-12. It has received a GreatSchools rating of 8 out of 10 based on academic quality.
Cedar Grove-Belgium High School Rating: 3 out of 5 based on 7 reviews. Top