Cave Spring High School Reviews
Rating 3.8 out of 5 228 reviews
Cave Spring High School has great teachers, but lots of assignments and tests. Cave Spring is one of the best schools in Roanoke County. You have the best learning experience and meet great students to interact with. They put together great school activities for after, during and before school. One of the best times of the year for students and teachers is homecoming and prom. Classwork can be challenging for students, but teachers are willing to help with no problems necessary. Students always look forward to Red Ribbon Week, Homecoming, Homecoming Game and Prom every year. Cave Spring offers different types of clubs and activities for each student to participate in and enjoy. Students are very interactive with their teachers and other fellow students and have great communication skills. All staff of Cave Spring and in Roanoke County Public Schools find safety to be very important and to practice drills in case of an actual emergency. Cave Spring is a great school.
Cave Spring High School was just renovated, so the school is in very clean and in excellent condition. They provide a wide variety of classes and electives. The advanced classes are challenging and prepare students for AP exams and other tests.
Cave spring high school is by far the best high school in the area. I feel like I have been put at an advantage because of the education I’ve received from my school. I am truly thankful to be able to go to cave spring. I have pushed my education to another limit. Cave Spring also has phenomenal sports teams and I have been blessed to be apart of the schools cross country team. I’ve never met a group of people who really appreciate each other as teammates and push each other to their limits. I give Cave Spring 5 stars because they ensure every student has a chance to be ahead in there education.
Overall, a great school. Teachers are always open to help, the only issue is with administration. They don't interact with the students to try and figure out how to improve our experience.
The staff is pretty supportive and helpful for the most part. A lot of teachers here really want to help guide their students to success. Last year was rough on all of us because we had to deal with trailers as our school was being renovated, but our teachers did what they could in the space they had.
I made some of my best friends at this school, and I had a really strong support system because of the teachers and my relationships with them.
As a college student, I feel that CSHS never prepared me well enough. Education wise, yes. In all other aspects, no. I feel that teenagers seeking higher education should be fully aware of their future with college and how it will work. Like other high school students, no one in my family went to college; I have no educational support from my relatives. Because of this, I think CSHS needs to prepare their students for college life. I feel so unaware in college now, and I have a hard time finding help from anyone. My only sources of information come from the internet and my friends with college-educated parents. I believe my parents are not to blame, but my high school is.
The inside of the school was absolutely disgusting. Other than that, the experience was pretty okay.
The time that I spent at Cave Spring High School was quite worthwhile. I became more intelligent than I could have thought possible thanks to it. The knowledge that I gained from the classes that I took is interesting and practical, and the teachers were really enjoyable and taught their material well. I was especially pleased with the AP classes due to the amount of subjects taught in the curriculum, and how much I learned from them as a result. The elective classes that I took in high school, such as JROTC and jazz band, allowed me to explore my interests and use my skills, knowledge, and talents in ways they're not used in a normal classroom setting. The time that I spent at the school was well spent with learning new concepts and gaining new knowledge, whether it be through lectures or homework assignments; acquiring new skills and honing the ones I have, and making myself a more talented, intelligent, and well-rounded individual.
I liked my teachers and I know that administration tried their best to make the year special, but for me fell short. It is not all the school's fault, since the COVID-19 is to blame for the cancellation of Prom and not having much of a schooling or preparation for exams in the fourth quarter. Going to school in a trailer park also declined the experience, but at least I got to park in something of a parking lot for most of senior year.
I would like to see more teachers care about their students academically and emotionally. High school can be a rough place, but the teachers can help make it better.
Great school. Awesome teachers and staff. Met so many great friends. Great sports program. Hate the coronavirus hit my Senior Year. But all is well. New building is looking amazing.
Spending time in a trailer park was hard for my senior year but I think that my education was one of the best. I still took my classes the same but was allowed a little more outside time. I think that it was hard to adapt to at first but the second year in we got the hang of it. It definitely made my high school years more memorable than others. Other than that I think that the academics were spot on and helped my get to the college that I am going to today, University of Arizona.
I have been attending this school since my sophomore year and all of the memories I have made here have been truly wonderful. The staff and students have truly made me the person I am today!
The community at Cave Spring is very close, most are extremely kind and generous, and the staff is amazing. The teachers are truly preparing the students for a "next level" of education.
I love how Cave Spring is accepting of other students and very open. Very easy to make friends since most students are friendly and out going. I would like the diversity in the school to expand a bit more.
I loved the sense of community I felt there, and the faculty who were always eager to teach students