Byhalia High School
- BYHALIA, MS
Byhalia High School Reviews
Rating 3.1 out of 5 94 reviews
I am an alumni of Byhalia High School. I graduated this year of 2021. Byhalia High is a very diverse school. It is one big family from the bad days to the good days. I love how Byhalia High cares about it students, and the school wants to see students succeed through high school and life. I think Byhalia could add after school tutoring for the students and after school clubs such as art club, drama club etc.
It needs improvement. I loved high school, but the education needs work. I was valedictorian, and it was easy to me. I rarely felt challenged in school. Byhalia High School is located in a rural area with a small population. This town doesn’t have the money or support to improve. We had new teachers every year because the students lacked respect. This pushed teachers away from returning the next school year.
Byhalia High School is a very good school. The students there are sociable, encouraging, and determined. It is good in academics and everyday the students are improving. The teachers are understandable and they care a lot for the kids. On the athetic side the coaches are serious about their players having the best grades in the class and are focus on them making to the college level. The improvements I want to see are better technology, sport equipments, and more extracurricular programs.
Byhalia is a very poor school. They have more classes than they have teachers, and they have little to no motivated students. It isn't the greatest school but if you try your hardest and work with what you've got then you will succeed.
Though I am grateful for my opportunity to pursue an academic career, Byhalia High School has not given me the high school experience that I had imagined in middle school. From the lack of extracurricular activities to even the lack of classes, the school has some areas that it could work on. I will not blame the school however. We are located in a rural area with a low money supply. Regardless, I am proud of my school and community. On the other hand, every year I am seeing more and more growth in my school. It has built me to be the person that I am today, and I could not be any more proud of that.
Went here all four years and hated it. Very disorganized and unprofessional. Hate the uniforms! Always running low on teachers.
I feel like Byhalia is not very challenging. The food is horrible and the students are wild. Some teachers care and others do not. A student who really want to make it in life has to go find ways on their own. The only thing really fun about Byhalia is the sports.
Byhalia Highschool is a small school which makes it very easy to create bonds with teachers and students. Their sports program were good when I attended, particularly basketball and track. Being on the team made me feel like I was part of a family. However, their academics were not great. Students were not challenged, just given a bunch of useless work. The most challenging course I took there was AP calculus but I’m not sure if that’s offered still. I graduated from here in 2018
Byhalia is a very great school! The teachers make you feel appreciated and welcomed each and every day. We recently got better janitors, so the school is clean. One thing I would like to see improve is our technology. We have numerous problems with projectors. Some days they will work and others they won’t. Another thing I would like to see be improved is our books. Most of our books are old and damaged badly, i feel that the condition of our books benefit a lot!
Byhalia high school has came ungraded it’s class by adding more class that could benefit us in college. They are open to suggestions for changes within the school than any other school. One thing I would like to change is the constant changes of principles because it’s fustr haveing to get to know a different set of amindstration every year.
I had a great time at byhalia sure it was tough, but with the help of my teachers and peers I made it.
The one thing I liked about Byhalia High is the school pride. We learned nothing that would actually prepare us for college or life. The classes were so easy and effortless. We changed principles every year. We barely did any actual class work. Out of all the teachers I’ve had only 5 teachers actually taught us the material.
This high school rates mainly average due to the inability to maintain a decent staff. Administration changed every year I attended; sometimes, it would even change twice in the period of a school year. Teachers were sometimes mistreated and left due to that fact, others due to being sick a lot. When teachers were at school, however, students would get a decent education but not near good enough to fully prepare the students for college. I would like to see a more steady staff and administration with a more strict education.
I love my school, but I feel the safety and teachers could be more involved. More fair shots and and fulfilled promises. More support to EVERY sport not just basketball.
When I attended Byhalia High School, there were some very poor things about it. The school was not very clean, there were many issues with the building itself. They also had problems with the students, they could not control their students and they hired teachers who did not care about their students. If I could change anything about that school, it would be to hire new teachers that have gotten good recommendations from past or previous schools. I would hire a company to come and clean the school every week, to make sure the environment for the students was clean. Lastly, I would want to see the staff take more time to get to know the children that go there so they could control them easier.
I enjoyed school at Byhalia High a great deal. I bonded with most of my teachers and made a few friends that I still have close contact with. However, there were a few issues. Byhalia High failed to incorporate honors/ advanced classes. I always felt as if I needed a challenge while attending school. I was one of the students who could learn the information discussed in a class period right then and there and be able teach it back to the class with no problem. It seems as if I was doing the bare minimum because I wasn't faced with any kind of hardships in any of the classes that I took. Another problem with Byhalia High was the constant changing of faculty and staff. From my ninth grade year to my eleventh grade year, a plethora of teachers and principals exited and arrived. At one point, there was a shortage of teachers so substitutes would have to take their places. Overall, my experience at Byhalia High was not that bad except for a few issues.
The most unorganized staff I have ever seen. They usually have no idea where the students are or what is going on. They can't keep teachers for more than one year or even a principal for that matter. They fail to put students in the correct classes required for graduation. The students are so wild that even the children who want to learn cannot focus because of all the distractions. They do nothing to prepare students for college. This is an awful school.