Central Campus School Reviews
Rating 3.2 out of 5 10 reviews
Central Campus School is a good school. Most of the teachers there are good and truly care about their students. Although, I would like to see a change in some of them being that they son't care as much for their job. Other then that Central has a relaxed environment. There aren't any unreasonable rules but, if anything happens you will get disciplined right away.
Good quality education, but the school just seems so dreary. It's the same thing every day. The staff also doesn't really care about the students' mental health, either.
I believe we have amazing safety and health policies at school. We do not have a school nurse, but we have a hospital about a block away. Everything that is reported to the office on the regards of bullying is taken seriously and the people involved are all taken down to the office. On the lines of personal safety and police safety services, on the school grounds we have security cameras and a police officer who is armed. Between classes there are teachers who stand in the hallway to make sure that everything is alright. Central Campus is an all around safe school.
There is multiple different club organizations to chose from, such as Foreign Language Clubs, National Honors Society, Knitting Club, Anime/Manga Club, Envirothon, and Student Council. Among these National Honors Society is the most popular, and Foreign Language Clubs are the most fun. For National Honors Society and Student Council one has to maintain a positive reputation and have a positive influence over others, therefore making it the most difficult to commit to. There are also multiple different sports/athletic clubs one may attend. Some sports or athletic clubs are Swimming, Track and Field, Basketball, Baseball, Fast-Pitch Softball, Volleyball, Soccer, Hockey, Football, and Cross Country. The most popular among those is either basketball or football among the males/ basketball and volleyball among the females. Most of the sports require either before school practice, after school practice, or both. The academic clubs may include before school meetings or after school meetings.
I believe that the teachers are genuinely great, of course there is some better than others. Overall the teachers help with everything that they can help with.
The school is somewhat safe. There is armed security in the building. There is no nurse office, it's in the guidence office. There's not alot of bullying I've heard about. Most students are very friendly and nice. The security cameras are hard to notice. The teachers are certified for CPR and first aid. Students become certified and are taught first aid in freshman year. haven't heard about the drug dog searches happening at our school at all.
The school offers a considerate ammount of clubs like any other schools. The school offered foreign langauge clubs, FBLA and volunteering clubs like Key club. Studnets could also join Anime and Manga club. There are a few acedemic clubs like the Science Olympiac. My peers engage various activities in clubs. The clubs provide fun activities like going out of state. They offered after school help only to freshman.
Most of the time I do not feel challenged. The school have many classes to choose from, but provide low supplies to each class. The classes range from welding to biomed. The school provides a wide range of classes that encourage students with similar interests to take.
All teachers are very friendly and easy to get along with. Commucation with them is easy to accomplish. All teachers use google classroom or the app Remind. Most teachers at school would use google docs instead of advance softwares like Microsoft Word. I do have some teachers where I have trouble understanding lectures. The teacher would often get off topic, and skim through the presentation without explaining thouroughly. Some go above and beyond, telling life stories relating to the lesson, so students can have a better understanding. Most teachers seem like going only by the book. They don't go beyond the textbooks. Most rely on homework than activities to engage students. When my peers asks questions, most teachers would rely on Google for help. Their grading system is fair, though I've heard a teacher had more points taken off than needed to a fellow student.