Arundel High School Reviews
My experience at Arundel high has been great. I was lucky enough to have amazing teachers who build relationships with their students. Majority of the teachers I had loved their job so it made it easier for a student to understand and pass a class. I still talk to teachers I have had in the past and they still offer to help their past students. The school has become strict which is something I don't like but it is fine.
An okay experience, got everything I needed to graduate, but didn't like their lack of attention to the arts programs.
I would like to see Arundel really try to elevate it’s driven students and higher standards for all students. I would like to see them enforce the rules they already have before adding more.
Some of the many things that need to change within the enviornment of Arundel high school is the lack of understanding that majority of the school population has in regards of people that come from different backgrounds. As a minority, I feel like it is vital that all students learn about all demographics that come from different cultures, and identify with different ethnicities that aren't already associated with the school's demographic. However, I will say that there are a select few individuals apart of the staff and addministration that have made my experience much more comforting. The individuals that I'm referring to in particular have went out of their way to provide me with extra assistence in and outside of my acedemic life - which isn't a requirement. Throughout my years of high school, I've developed a strong appreciation for the teachers and addministraters that have gone out their way for me to become a successful student and reach my fullest potential.
I love Arundel High School's sense of pride. They always encourage students to do their best and make it easy for us to do so. The teachers help the students become better by constantly pushing us to work smarter . The clubs and activities give us the opportunity to have fun whilst gaining something in the process. Whether it be friends, fun or life experience
It has been really grand during my time at Arundel High School. I could not see myself going to any other school. I would love to send my kids there one day.
for a community school it is fine but it is in disrepair, its too crowded, and certain rules make it nearly impossible to make up any work during the day
As an athlete, having an hour long Pride Period helped me to maintain my grades, especially since I take AP and Honors classes. At least when Pride was an hour long we had the opportunities to fix our grades or participate in clubs. There is too much work to do to fit in 30 minutes.
I loved the faculty at my high school but the school as a whole was too dark for me if there was bright colors, and more painting in the building it would be great.
My experience was okay. Could have been better. Non athletes had to work 10x harder than athletes who were always given the benefit of the doubt.
I wasn't really a fan of Arundel even though I was very involved. I didn't feel like I was apart of the Arundel family, it just felt like I place I went to for four years. I would've liked to have seen more diversity and more unity amongst student
What I loved about Arundel was its diverse pool of students. There were many different groups of people that made the school an interesting environment. Additionally, you can clearly see that the staff cares deeply about the students; by seeing the amount of work put into teaching and making lesson plans, the students can certainly see that teachers dedicated countless hours of their lives to educating, not only in the school, but off the clock as well. Additionally, the school takes pride in their athletic department, which in turn creates this supportive atmosphere that can be felt by all students. While I do wish that there were more clubs offered, the ones in place are still very well put together. Although this school hasn't completely prepared me for college, I still feel confident in pursuing a post secondary education.
I like the diversity of Arundel High School. We have a very good athletic director and athletic program which made my athletic career at Arundel so memorable. if i could change one thing about Arundel it would be that the students views on things were listened to more.
My experience at Arundel High School was thoroughly enjoyable. After Transferring from my previous school in Junior Year, I was welcomed by the staff and students into their loving community. Arundel felt like a family. The staff guided me to my classes, greeted me with smiles on their faces. The students included me in their groups, offered me seating at their lunch tables, and invited me to hangout with them outside of school. Arundel taught me how to be a better individual, by following their motto - Pride. There was never a doubt in my mind that transferring to Arundel wasn't a great idea. It shaped my high school career for the better and shaped me as a person, and I am so thankful for the opportunity to be able to attend such an awesome high school.
As a graduating senior from Arundel High school overall I have enjoyed my time at Arundel. I have made many memories and learned a lot from different experiences. I will always be a Wildcat.
I liked the way that the day was set up with an hour break in the middle of classes to do tests or study or eat lunch. I also liked the school spirit we have and take pride in our sports.
Teachers were really nice and they make sure to provide enough clubs and activities to make everyone feel included.