Alfred-Almond Junior/Senior High School
- Almond, NY
Alfred-Almond Junior/Senior High School Reviews
Rating 3.95 out of 5 19 reviews
I love Alfred-Almond! As a member of the music and drama department it is fantastic! The academics are amazing and the track and shotput circle are awesome and fully functional
My education at Alfred-Almond was very good. My experiences with extracurriculars were as well. The social environment wasn't the greatest.
It was awesome, I wouldn’t change a thing. The school environment is welcoming and friendly, it’s overall a great community.
I have been going to AACS since kindergarten. It’s been a great experience growing up in this school. It has a good teachers who are passionate about what they teach, and who care about their student’s education. I think this is very important to a student. It was extremely helpful to me throughout high school having teachers who love what they do. I became more interested in my work, more willing to study, and more willing to participate in my classes. It is all round a nice campus. It has a beautiful building and great sports facilities.
Alfred-Almond is the best school in the local area to attend. There's a variety of classes, as well as AP classes, to choose from to compose your schedule. The guidance counselors are extremely helpful and informative. The teachers meet the needs of all students and are approachable for academic concerns.
There are many options to be a part of an extracurricular activity. Activities range from sports, to arts and theater.
Most teachers are really good at what they do and are very good at motivating students to learn!
It was one of my better experiences with schools. Going from private Christian schools to public school allowed me many more opportunities.
The classes are challenging and the teachers care.
Academically, AACS rates pretty high. There are caring teachers and staff. Classes are small (50 avg), and teachers know their kids. My son started 2nd grade here and my daughter started kindergarten, and we felt instantly comfortable here. A "good old boys" mentality is somewhat present, but you can easily ignore that.
The people are nice, even though the classes are not challenging
The school is not strong in preparing students for college. The academics are not challenging at all.
The guidance counselors are usually available if you want to talk; the school cares about the wellbeing of students, even though their rules can be inflexible at times
Being a small school makes it easier to establish friendships... You get to know most people in the school.
A lot of the food isn't very good and needs variety.