Bunn High School
- BUNN, NC
Bunn High School Reviews
Rating 3.81 out of 5 134 reviews
My experience at Bunn High, was honestly, the most amazing high school experience! My favorite activity is Spirit Week, we go all out. We have “spirit squares”, which is where every grade stands in a square that they have decorated per their theme, and then we scream, shout, and have a contest to see who has the most spirit! On the last day of spirit week, we all wear green and gold (our colors) and have a big parade through our little city before our homecoming football game. It’s something we all look forward to. I do wish I was able to attend my junior prom, but it was canceled because of Covid-19, I’m praying they work something out for my senior prom, because I would really like to experience what prom is like, but I’m sure Bunn will work something out! Something I’d like to tell others that do not attend Bunn, is that, we are a family, the Wildcats stick together through all your hardships.
Bunn high school is a great school. The teachers are all caring and willing to help students. Students come together in times of need and also help each other through the rough times.
Bunn High School could be an amazing school, but it's not. Its administration has always been mediocre at best; they are notorious for ignoring bullying and harassment while treating every other school rule like a federal law. The students are generally easy to get along with and usually have each others' backs, but there are exceptions to every rule. The teachers, however, are almost all supportive, creative, intelligent individuals, and they're usually quite good at their job.
I'm not gonna lie it was a drag but overall the teachers here are pretty chill. I've enjoyed staying at this school, and I can't say I didn't like it. Throughout my years of being here I've only had one favorite teacher and the others are still chill but one stood out the most. I'm not sure what kind of changes I would like to see happen, but maybe not being to strict on clothes like in wearing tights or something they complain about. So yeah that's high school here at Bunn.
I love Bunn because it is small enough where everyone knows each other but also big enough so you don't have to see them everyday. The citizens are very welcoming and it is a very comfortable town.
I love the environment and the teachers but the thing I wish would change is the respect level that’s given to us students.
I loved how close everyone was. Everyone knew everyone. The teachers are more concerned with getting paid than actually teaching.
The one thing I liked about Bunn High School is that everyone is very nice and understanding. I also like that everyone has a lot of spirit and everyone works hard. I love the staff because they treat everyone the same. I also love that they push everyone to work hard and to attend college.
very good school, good activites and sports. may can be a little better at coaches and cleaning of the school. very well educated and dedicated to helping students.
My experience at Bunn High School was average at best. It was average because I feel like opportunities were only limited to who you knew. The good experiences I have gotten from Bunn High School were the memories I got from athletics. I have had some of the best most caring coaches an athlete could ask for and I am very grateful for them.
So many things stand out to me about Bunn High School, but what I like the most is how my school is very close knit throughout the students and faculty. My school is also very strong on school spirit. During spirit week at Bunn we have spirit squares, one dedicated to every grade and each day you get in your square and the class that demonstrates the most school spirit, wins. Although if I could change one thing, it would be to expand the hallways because they get very crowded during class change. Bunn High needs some renovations because it is very old and was only built for a smaller number of students. Even though we only have about 200 students in my senior class, somehow I have never seen about half of my class.This is due to the separation that takes place between the different classes such as academic, honors, and AP classes; which pulls the students apart. If we could bring together all students regardless of their academic level, this would allow us to interact with everyone.
Bunn is full of pride. A great place if you like drama.The football is the pride of the city and a great place to send your children. Most of the teachers are great and you will have a fun time.
I love many things about my school, but the most important aspect is the small town environment. I know most of my fellow students and that makes going to school all the better. Even on your first day of high school, chances are, you'll see friendly, familiar face. Student-teacher relationships are a very important to me and also to the school, which is why we have smaller class sizes. Smaller class sizes create a helpful environment that the average student thrives in. We might be considered a lower-class school but everyone involved in the school strive to make it the best it can be, which is very much appreciated by the students.
I started attending Bunn High School my second semester on my junior year. Bunn High School is just a place of learning; traditional learning. Bunn High School has nothing for the kids to do, there are no activities or exciting spirit weeks. The food at Bunn High School is also disgusting, they serve us the same food week after week. Bunn High School could really use some change.
other than administration, Bunn High School is an amazing place to live and to make an impact on the community
I enjoyed Bunn High. I wish there was a little more diversity but other than that it was fine. I enjoyed the staff and made sure to communicate with them when I had the chance. I had a good experience trhoughot.
What I liked about Bunn High School is the willingness of the teachers to help and push the students when needed. The teachers are passionate about their students’ academic involvement. The teachers are given varying amounts of creative freedom with which they show videos of the topic they are currently teaching or they devise PowerPoints that aid in our instruction. Also, the students seem to have varying amounts of pride for our mascot, the wildcat, and our sports teams, including football, basketball, and volleyball.