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One thing I liked the most about Century was the Academic support from other teachers and colleagues outside of class. It has a very welcoming environment. And also, being in a sports was very beneficial because teammates encouraged each other instead of trying to compete against each other. I personally has a very good experience at Century so there isn't really anything that I think needs a major change. Loved my experience!
Century High school is overall a wonderful school. The teachers care a lot about each student's welfare and are highly invested in each student's academics. Although the school is large, it is not very diverse. The school does a wonderful job keep the student body engaged with many fun activities.
Even though the art department was small it was still fun. They focus on science and math mostly. Lots of sports teams, though I don't think they did well. My German teacher was amazing. Was given the opportunity to go to Germany, was a great time.
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Century offers a world class educational experience that I had the privilege of being a part of. Although the faculty could do a better job providing resources to students and preparing them for post-graduation, the overall experience I had at Century was positive.
There is a very lively "AP culture" at century. This means that as you get older many people see those that dont take AP or honors classes instead of taking the regular class will be looked down upon. Another part of "ap culture" at Century is crippling mental health. There are some mostly great couscelors and social workers at the school but a couple of them really don't do their job well.
The Band program at this school is put of this world. The director is fantastic and well respected across all students not just those in her classes.
Many teachers at the the school are unbelievable compassionate but theres a high turn over rate in select departments because of misbehavoir on the teacher's side.
The extracerricular activities at this school come in great variety. You want to do a sport? We have all of them for both boys and girls. You want to be in the play or the musical or on debate? Just audition. There's a multitude of service organization clubs, activism clubs, and more
I think that Century focuses a lot on academics and does really well in that area, and I also think there could be more attention/money put towards arts, specifically theater. I do know that sometimes that's out of the administration's hands.
What I loved about Century is that it was an excellent school academically. There were many options in the curriculum including a great selection of art classes and PSEO (Post Secondary Enrollment Option), which has been one of the best choices I've ever made. Plus, the majority of the faculty was very caring and supportive; I felt like they really did want me to succeed.
My not-so-favorite part of my high school experience was the "pep fests" and sports rallying. I never really had fun at these events and would have wanted, rather, to stay in class and get my work done. Not to mention that barely any of the other students got into it much either. It wasn't too bad, just often disappointing and not worth my time.
I was given plenty of the help and support I needed at Century, so I'd say it was a very good experience overall.
The counselors are awful, terrible at their jobs. The teachers could care less wether you pass or fail their class. They focus too heavily on academics and sports, not enough on the arts.
Century has great resources for students academically and extracurricularly. There are plenty of sports opportunities, as well as theater and music. It is generally a safe and positive environment.
The positive things that Century Senior High has that I enjoyed are that the teachers were involved in the students lives. They are always there for the students needs. The teachers are very heart to heart with the students. The resources for learning were great. There are many different types of resources such as math resources and science and tutoring. The topics that Century should work on is the college readiness portion. There weren't required things that needed to be learned that will get students ready for college. There should be classes that need to be taught in order to help students in her college experience.
Century high school is among some of the top public school in the state of Minnesota. This high school has a combination of rigorous school work, amazing staff and faculties. Century brings many students joy and prepares every year an average of 400 graduating seniors for their next future endeavors. Century high school equips every student with the ability to be successful both in life as human beings and in school. Many successful alumni and 4.0 students have attended this public institution located in Rochester, MN. Century produces each year a handful of student athletes with high academic honors with a mixture of great athletics all around. Century is also one of the safest high schools in Minnesota and has established a specific area of learning for foreign students and students with disabilities to help every student get the full opportunity and experience of free and equal education.
I am currently a senior, and I would say that Century is a good school. There are many teachers there that are dedicated to caring for and educating students well in the areas they are passionate about. Mr. Olson, Ms. Kaus, Mrs. Milliken, and Mr. Baker are all great examples of this. The principal, Mr. Fogarty cares about the students and their future successes. I am proud that I will be graduating from this school and hope that Century will continue to grow and help its students succeed.
Overall a really nice school. The teachers are always willing to help and there's a ton of resources available if you ever start falling behind. The custodians are really nice but some of the faculty can sometimes be less than helpful
The teachers are absolutely amazing, you can tell they care about educating and their students. However, the administration and guidance counselors are under qualified and do not know what they are doing.
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Very disappointed with RPS. Food is sometimes moldy, new rules are upsetting all the students. the school has gone to a dumpster fire in the last few years!
Treats 16-18 year olds as if they aren't almost adults. Operates like a prison state. Very little care for social/emotional well being for students. Very few instructors possess basic concepts of empathy/sympathy. Often times instructors come off as aggressive and rude. People here are not provided with enough rights or ability to be individuals. 1400+ students and during lunch time students are either forced to leave campus (of which a lot of students are not allowed) or stay crammed into a cafeteria, an environment not suitable for many students with anxiety, depression or other social/emotional disorders. This public institution is not very accommodating nor fair.
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