Brookland-Cayce Senior High School
- CAYCE, SC
Brookland-Cayce Senior High School Reviews
Rating 3.63 out of 5 157 reviews
Great teachers and great academic programs. Lots of ways to get involved lie student council or joining theatre.
The environment and the diversity of the school makes it the perfect way to be educated at. The safety of the school as well makes it easier and less stressful to go in and out of school.
I like the people I met and the friendships I created. The school itself can be allover the place and sometimes lack much needed organization. I value the teachers in the school and work incredibly hard to make sure I am successful and they have helped me through my academic career.
BC can get you a very good education if you are willing to put forth effort. Your teachers are there to help, and I have had a very good experience here. The small atmosphere makes it feel very welcoming.
Throughout my four years at Brookland-Cayce, I feel as if I have gotten everything that I could have ever dreamed of as a high school experience. I made so many lifelong friends and had endless opportunities. I love all the sports teams, extracurricular programs, and AP classes that Brookland-Cayce has to offer. It is a perfect mixture of everything high-school related.
I love my school, honestly and truly. Of course, like everywhere, it has its flaws. But it also has its positives too. My favorite things about BC is the way I always feel accepted, and the community feeling; it’s like one big family I know I can always come home to. If there was one thing I would change, it would be going back to the A-B schedule as opposed to the current semester schedule, because I feel as though the year long classes helped me learn better. But overall, I couldn’t imagine going to anywhere else better than Brookland Cayce.
I love the teachers here. They are friendly, willing to help, and create an environment where students feel comfortable and welcome. The campus is pretty as well, but it could definitely be better maintained.
BCHS is good school with passionate teachers who care about the success of their students. I enjoyed my time at BCHS and was able to balance my time there between my academics and interests, in terms of choosing classes. However, the school tends to favor the Athletic programs over the Arts in funding.
it was good but the bathrooms smell awful. the administration is helpful and hardworking. the teachers typically do a great job and help out. the parking lots for student parking are okay, however, the buses leave through the same exit so if you get stuck behind them, it adds about 10 minutes to your exit which is frustrating.
I would like to see the attitude towards school spirit change. Many students feel as if it's lame to participate and want to make the school a better place. Once participation increases, the overall atmosphere of the high-school will change for the better by becoming a positive, welcoming space.
I had a very good experience. Something that I would like to see changed is the amount of activities and the availability for students to participate in them to increase. Other than that the teachers and student are very nice and I feel like it is a safe learning enviroment.
My first year was hard but being a freshmen is always hard. The teachers have different teaching methods that really help and if you need help guidance tries to help.
I would like to see more involvement from parents and teachers at our school. We have a lot of students who need the extra help and support.
The school is nice, but I enjoy the school for what it is. The academics are good and I enjoy all the teachers I have.
For the most part the school seems to be getting better, but there still is a shortage of teachers with having teachers with degrees not in the field they are teaching. I had a math teacher who had a degree in physical education. Every year scheduling has been off but now they seem to be fixing it to be better.
I would the administration to be more concerned about our saftey. There was a threat of the school shooting yet no one notified my mother.
I loved the interaction between teacher and students. It was to get involved on campus and love the different clubs and activities the school provided.