Bowler High School Reviews
Rating 3 out of 5 7 reviews
It was a decent school, some really good teachers! There was a lot of fighting and separation of classmates. This school does not really prepare you for college.
Our school is quite small so it is tough to get higher education classes such as AP courses and dual credit courses. We have a couple dual credit classes, but it would be amazing if we could get more. Our school doesn't have much money so we mostly rely on support from the reservation that is near our school to support it. Most of the kids here don't have involved parents in what they do at school which is really sad. A good amount of the kids here do not live with their parents.
We only have a few teachers who are willing to go above and beyond in helping the kids. It's mostly the kids faults that the teachers can't help so much because the kids can't get their homework done and the teacher has to hold up the whole class for them or there will be issues.
College is always a nerve wracking experience, especially when it's your first semester. But for the most part I felt prepared for what is to come. I have always been a motivated student, so I find these experiences exciting.
They don't have options, whatever is on the menu is what you get. The only thing I have seen them do is provide lactose milk for a student that is lactose intolerant.
It is a very small school with not a lot of funding. It tries to provide the students with as many activities as it can. Most of the teachers are very supportive and encourage participating in extra activities.