Aldine High School Reviews
Aldine high school gave me the opportunity to take dual credit classes, which allowed me to have a better understanding of my future experience with college. It was a great chance to be ahead in my career , and I was able to save 2 years of my life.
I didn't see too much parent involvement in my years there. I did learn a lot and am very proud to have graduated from there. There is tons of school spirit that's for sure!
Extremely education, the principle only want you to be successful, not only that he always mention that failure was not an option. Teachers would often tried their best to make you better not only as a student but also as a person
Aldine is a very safe school overall. Is an amazing place to learn at. The only thing I would change is how strict they are.
There where Administration that would favor so many students and at times because of their ethnicity. That would not only infuriate me but, as well as my other classmates that would get in trouble. Also, the faculty would be unfair towards students. The principle would try his best to show power and it would make everyone's life just a bit harder. The school has poor food, poor maintenance, but most importantly, does NOT let the student body express themselfs a bit more freely.
Aldine Senior High is a diverse school where We do what’s right is our prime in education, and discipline.
My experience at this school was awesome. we has lots of different things such as clubs organizations and so many community services opportunities.
I like how I have made friends easily here, however the school doesn't have the best of funds. The teachers and courses are good, but I wish there were more course choices. The courses are kind of limited.
Aldine High School, to put in short, is a very active school. Active as in the teachers are very interactive. they go out of their way to make sure you know what you are doing. It is not just the teachers, the assistant principles and the principle show care for their students; especially the counselors. They make sure to keep on top of students so they know that someone is there and rooting for them. Overall the whole faculty makes sure the students are in an environment they need to not just succeed, but to believe in themselves and their ability to succeed. If there was one thing that I would change about this school it would only be that they make sure you know that high school is a skip, hop, and a jump from ending and that may put a little bit of pressure on us. They do what they need, but go above and beyond with it that it leaves us, the students, overwhelmed at times. Other than that, the school is great!
What I like about my Aldine High School was the great staff of teachers. The teachers were always so motivational and wanted the best for the students. They never showed that they didn’t care but showed us that we can make a change in today’s society if we put action.
Although most of the strict rules that were enforced were reasonable, there were some that had unbelievable consequences. Most teacher genuinely cared about students. Principle Stewart seemed to only care for appearances.
Aldine High School was the place that taught and molded me before my entrance into the real world. Its teachers and other staff are one of the best- many of whom I still contact and interact with 'til this day after graduation. Adding to the greatness, academics and sports were priceless in worth when it came down to it. Overall, I am truly proud to have called this institution my high school.
Aldine senior high school offers a few classes other schools dont. For example pharmacology and pharmacy. Pharmacology is taken first atleast one year to learn the material of pharamcy and to get a better ubderstanding of it. Senior year is whens tudents get the class pharmacy. If students do well in the class not only does this class give them great knowledge but it can give them a good job at any pharmacy. Soorts are great, good staff faculty. Alot of extra curricular activities as well. Information well provided and college mentors are well trained to do their job to provide us with help for anything related to college.
I like the classes but the principal is too strict that the school has no spirit. There are only 2 prep-rallies in the entire school year and not everyone is able to participate because we have pay to be there and the tickets are limited.
It's a good school over all. The . principal is strict but i am thankful, he makes sure everyone is on task and safe. The teachers for the most part are very help full and help u succeed as long as you do your part. Theres a wide range of clubs to choose from and all offer amazing opportunities.
Well I’m a senior at Aldine, my experience there was amazing; I was part of the band. It such a great program, i learn a lot while there. I wish the school would do more for the students; make the school year a bit more fun, but I can’t denied that Aldine is a great school for any child
I hated my high school experience. Teachers have their own set of kids that get everything, it’s all in favor. Focus more in teacher kids about self love. THEY DONT LEARN ANYTHING IN SAC. That’s ridiculous, putting kids in sac isn’t going to solve anything. Let them be in class. I hate how they focus more in how people are dressed than their education!!! We go to school to learn and focus, we want to go comfortable but they hate to see us comfortable. Teachers are sooo lazy too and some don’t teach that’s why we’re all failing and what a coincidence that in only that one teacher everyone is failing. Maybe that teacher is the problem not the students.
I like that the Mr.Stewart made alot of changes there isn't alot of fights or problems with discipline. I like that the teachers actually teach. I would like to see a change in dress code because we are young adults and should be able to choose what we wear.
What I liked about Aldine High School is that the teachers are always there to lend you a hand when you need the extra help. They prepare you to be ready for college and help student pick the right career and financial aid along with scholarships. What I would like to see change is a little bit of more freedom in school dress code and a bit more activities ex. pep rallies, school dances, fundraisers, school programs, etc.
They can prepare you to college, but don't tell you what you have to do to get into it. They expect you to do your own research, which is good, because they don't baby us till graduation. There have been teachers that have not showed up since the beginning of the school year, and i end up with a bad grade even though i did all my work. The football team isn't the best, not the pep-rallies, there is little to no parent involvement, and there is not much school spirit. Overall I don't mind any of it, because it has given me the opportunity to study and better myself.