Blue Eye High School is an above average, public school located in Blue Eye, MO. It has 189 students in grades 9-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 11 to 1. According to state test scores, 65% of students are at least proficient in math and 85% in reading.
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Blue Eye High School Reviews
Blue Eye High School is a fantastic school to attend. All teachers and staff love every student and want to see them succeed. The school recently replaced the old gym floor with a new one and repaved the parking lot. The administration cares about their reputatution and the good values that they stand by. Blue Eye is not just a acedemic center, it is a family. A family that will take care of one another and create a healthy experience for all the students that attend.
Not very many course options. No gifted/talented program. CP Certificate requirements are stupid and need to be changed to make it easier for high performing students to get it, because if you are even one credit short you won't get it, which is dumb because there is little to no variety in classes and most classes are only offered once per day which sucks. Also, there are few advanced classes and some classes that aren't weighted need to become weighted because they are hard, like Biology II and even Psychology/Sociology. Popular classes: body conditioning, band, shop/wood classes, FACS classes, computer classes.
The teachers at my school are like family. Sometimes we disagree on stuff, but they're always ready to help when they need to! They are pretty good about teaching different ways if someone doesn't understand one way. Some of the teachers teach you real life experiences, and for that I'm grateful.