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Choice Academy is an above average, public, alternative school located in Seattle, WA. It has 163 students in grades 7-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 25 to 1. According to state test scores, 67% of students are at least proficient in math and 87% in reading.
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Choice Academy Reviews
There is good and bad in the school district of course but ive seen a lot of shady stuff happen. When it comes to a students education, its sad to see how the administrators and the board care more about money than education itself. My classes and teachers had to be switched around mid semester because the board didnt want to pay a teacher extra becauae he had to many students he was teaching. It came at bad timeing for many of us and made it harder to suceed in our class. I believe that a students understanding and education should be put before a few extra dollars
There are some teachers who are very good and others who barely care and dont prepare you for whats ahead.There is a middle school history and a highschool history teacher. And when i got to the highschool teacher i realized how poorly prepared the middle school teacher had left me.
This wasn't really the school for me. However, just because my experience wasn't completely positive, doesn't mean that it's a bad school. This school is not equipped for students ahead of the curve, but they will try to find a solution. Parents are incredibly involved. In my opinion, I think it's a bit smothering. Parents have the power to control what the school does to their children in terms of grades and discipline, regardless of whether or not the student deserves the consequence. Many of my peers passed a class they put no effort into. I didn't feel like this was a place for independent, mature students looking to grow further. The one thing I did like is that they expected upperclassmen to enroll in Running Start or PSSC, the local trade school. This is more a school for students that aren't quite ready to leave the Elementary school environment. That's not a bad thing. They might still be able to grow in maturity.