Central High School Reviews
Rating 3.61 out of 5 135 reviews
Good school other than it’s terrible administration. The building itself it quite old with bad facility’s. But it has some of the best high level teachers in the state.
This school produces graduates with high academic ability, but those graduates aren't necessarily the nicest people. Most students that go to this school are from rich white families that have had most things handed to them. That is not to say that there isn't good kids here, but a majority of kids are very materialistic and selfish. On a different subject, the teaching is pretty good, and class size is on average 29-31
The teachers genuinely cared about students and their well-being. When a student's life was sadly cut short, the faculty was very supportive to those students who were impacted. This school offers many AP classes taught by knowledgeable teachers to help students prepare themselves for college curriculum. Lastly, the school has a unique culture that aims to include everyone in sports, clubs, or academics.
I would like to see the students at the school be a bit more inclusive towards other students. I really like the way that the school system is set up and the teachers are really good at their jobs. I also really like how welcoming the school staff is and they are really good at accommodating to any and all situations. One thing that I would like to see the school upon is that there could be more funding given towards academic clubs in order for them to succeed even more than they already are.
I loved the amount of opportunity central brought. I had a good high school experience and it let me experiment with different majors.
All the teachers at FHC are dedicated and passionate about teaching. They show their dedication to the students every day in the classroom. The students at FHC are supportive of one another and help each other through hard times. Students at FHC have a voice and are allowed to use that voice to bring about change in the school. The music and athletic programs at FHC are excellent. Opportunities are provided for the students. Clubs are easily formed and span all subjects in school. Overall FHC is a wonderful school and community to be a part of.
This school has many great teachers that are passionate about their job and love helping their students. The school's administration is not very helpful and is very slow at responding to anything. The classes are great and they offer many different choices. There aren't many active clubs though our sports programs are great. College readiness is a bit dependent on the ability of the student but for the most part only showed up towards the end of junior year beginning of senior year.
I have not had a lot of experience with this but it seems to be working well.
There are a lot of extracurricular activities available but the sports are my favorite.
There are some teachers that go above and beyond, while others may need to put in a little more effort.
I think that the teachers, overall, do a really good job. There are, of course, the usual outliers, but for the most part, a lot of the teachers at FHC teach well, and try to connect with their students.
FHC is known for its academics, and we do consistently provide above average test scores, but in the sense of how classes are taught and the required things, it's pretty bad.
There is very little diversity here. Everyone seem to be a clone of someone else. To make it worse people seem to think they're super unique despite the fact that it's hard to tell them and 5 other kids apart.
While some of the teachers are great, others are awful (as to be expected). Some teachers I find very relatable and love having non school related conversations with them, and others I dread seeing on a daily basis.
There is a problem with drugs that no one seems to be trying to fix, as well as much underaged drinking.
For an area that doesn't see a lot of violence or threats, the staff does a very good job with security measures. There are surprise drug searches and many security cameras. I think for the type of school it's very thorough.
There were a lot of extracurriculars offered that many students participated in. The variety was great, such as LGBTQ organizations, theater, equestrian, and film clubs. The sports however seemed a bit on the pricey side even though there were a lot of choices.