Ayer Shirley Regional High School Reviews
Ayer Shirley Regional High School is a school with a brand new building. There is a beautiful auditorium, gym, and lunch room. All the classrooms have interactive projectors, and all the science labs are very adaptable for any class being taught in the room. The one problem is the lack of teachers. We always have great teachers, but many of them have not stayed with the school in recent years, which is very unfortunate. However, we always find great teachers to replace them. In addition we just lost the majority of our administration. I am sure the new administration will be great, but we are starting almost from scratch with the administration.
When one enters the school, the rules of the real world cease to apply anymore. Students are not given consequences for their behavior, teachers do not teach and are not punished, and administration overlooks the school's flaws. First, the problems have to be acknowledged. Then, an answer has to be suggested.
Ayer Shirley Regional High school although holds a rather accepting facade it is in every way possible just like every other school. Throughout my four years at this school, I've experienced relative support from adults with the acceptance of a few teachers. The few teachers I have truly felt supported by I have developed a great connection with and help me through anything.
they tend to spend more time on students that cause the most trouble but they do give advance students multiple choices of things to do.
People don't really care about students future here... except a few good teachers looking out of us.
The facility is amazing and the teachers are very nice, but the workload is very stressful if you do honors and extracurriculars and my bus comes at 6:15 in the morning, so mornings are rough. Also, there's hardly ever any good vegetarian lunch options.
I had lots of fun and administration and teachers were always there to help me with anything. Even after I have graduated, administration still helps me with my concerns.
I would love to see there be an LGBT+ club or something of that nature, since there are students in the educational environment being bullied to the point of suicide that are LGBT+ it hurts to see this
Ayer Shirley is a crazy place. Sports events almost always have great hype, plus there's clubs here for any kind of person! Some of the teachers will bend over backwards for you as long as you make a good connection with them. Asrhs is really a place like no other.
Excellent School! Best choice for my daughter! She is thriving and she has improved in all areas! This school cares about their students. Teachers are wonderful and their always willing to stay to help those in need
THE TEACHERS AT MY SCHOOL ARE AMAZING! THEY ALWAYS LISTEN TO WHAT THE STUDENTS HAVE TO SAY AND ARE OPEN TO TEACHING LESSONS IN A CREATIVE AND INTERESTING WAY!
Our staff makes sure that students know about sex, drugs, alcohol, bullying and peer pressure. They also make it a priority to remind students of the affect and consequences for participating in any of those things.
They are a variety of clubs and activities that students can join. From arts to future leaders. Our school gives a chance to every student to participate in something the enjoy or something that can benefit them in the future. Students are also welcomed to start their own clubs with approval from the staff.
A lot of teachers really do they best to satisfy students
There is almost no bullying at this school, including hazing. When it occurs it is handled and punishments are handed out immediately. The nurse is unbelievably nice and caring. you cannot walk into this school as there are cameras and locked doors, you must use the main entrance and get a visitors pass.
We had an amazing robotics team that went pretty far either to nationals or regionals and competed very well at every level.
Going to this school was like no other. It was like a tight knit community where the students had great relationships with each other and the teachers. There was no worrying about bullying because everyone was very accepting of others.