Clairemont High School
- SAN DIEGO, CA
Clairemont High School Reviews
Rating 3.53 out of 5 312 reviews
Clairemont High girls tennis team, their parents and coach displayed horrible sportsmanship while they played against our school. I realize society has become more aggressive and nasty over the last 6 years but this was dreadful. They even mocked my daughter’s appearance. Do better coach- be better examples parents and shame on all of you.
Clairemont High School, although small, gives students a chance to learn about their interests and prepare them for the future through the academies. During my time at the Health and Medical Sciences Academy, I had to opportunity to work with professional lab equipment and learn more about healthcare to prepare me for my future goal of becoming a doctor. However, Clairemont High School classes are quite rushed due to the quarter system and it is quite difficult to cram what is meant for a year into only a semester.
One of the most memorable factors about Clairemont Highschool is the several AP and Mesa college classes to choose from. I truly appreciate all of the opportunities we have to earn college credits by taking these classes and/or taking AP tests. I also learned to appreciate the electives our school has to offer. I found a deep connection with video production after taking the video media and broadcasting elective. As for what I'd like to see a change in, is school spirit and student-body positivity. In my opinion, enhancing student participation in events like pep rallies would make our school look more vibrant and thrilling.
I have attended this school since freshman year and i am now a senior although this is my last year here i will miss it.
Clairemont High School has a very tight knit community. The people here are very supportive and care about each other.
My experience at Clairemont has been overall pretty good. A lot of the teachers are really intrested in students success. I think there are areas that need to be improved, the arts and college readiness.
I had a wonderful time attending Clairemont High. I made a lot of friends who have stuck with me for years and even after graduation. I was part of ASB so I was very involved in the school and campus life and I always had a great time planning and attending events.
Absolutly amazing school! The students are friendly and welcoming, and the teachers do their best to make sure students feel included. Academics are good, and there are plenty of extra curriculars and sports.
They have an academy system that is pretty cool. I'm in the engineering one. Unfortunately, they don't have very many high level classes, and the college classes are not well regulated. However, the sports and theater program are fantastic!
There are a couple of things I like about Clairemont High. First, the academies. They help improve your knowledge on subjects you might need for your future career. There are four academies, Health and Medical Sciences, Business, Information Technology, and Engineering Design. I'm in the Health and Medical Sciences Academy, I plan to pursue a career in the medical field, so this academy helps me learn about the human body and other things I need to know. I also like the teacher and student relationships. The teachers try their best to make their students feel welcomed and feel like they have someone to confide in.
Clairemont High School is a school with minimal to no social life. There is no school spirit and no good athletic programs. This institution is filled with hatred for its students. This school offers very little academic choice to fit specifically for it's students. Diversity in this school is slim to none most students are white or Mexican. Do not come to this school your child will feel miserable.
I love going to Clairemont! Everyone is super nice and vey helpful. The campus is big and spread out and has many useful resources. We have a big athletic area for the many sports going on. As an athlete I feel that it’s really easy to sign up and get all the necessary paperwork to participate. We have a fairly small community with about 800 students. It’s pretty diverse, and easy to make friends. I think the academics is pretty standard but we do have a good business and medical academy. Would recommend going, you won’t regret it!
As a student who has been attending this school for the last 4 years, I believe I can say that it is a great school. It does well, especially for a public school. Of course, it will have its flaws but doesn’t every school? The sports here are great!! There are more sports here than I had originally expected when coming here, this also applies to extracurriculares where anyone can create any club. There are many classes that prepare the students for post-high school, whether it be college, military, work, etc. The dances are fun and the pep rallies hold so much spirit. Again, this school has its flaws but I’m really glad that I chose to attend this school, meet the people I met and live the days I spent here.
I've been in clairemont high school for almost 4 years and all my experiences have been awesome. Just everything about the school I love such as the education, sports, teachers, classmates, location.
It was very 50/50. TERRIBLE and OK-ish. I was once assaulted and bullied there severely and the teachers did nothing about it. Over-all the campus and small- academies are kind of nice but the staff and education system should be better. Not much diversity either (mostly privileged white kids) and other things they did poor in were the teachers, staff, college readiness, safety, culture, administration, resources, counselors, facility, and parent involvement. Either way its up to your kid or the parents if they wanna send them here since the experience can be 50/50 for some but like I said don't be too surprised if it sucks
This school is great, the teachers are caring and understanding. This takes education serious and drive there students to successes . Overall everyone is kind and my high school experience is great.
I like the inclusivity of Clairemont High School. No matter who you are, where you came from, or what you look like, everyone is allowed to participate in everything. People feel welcomed on campus, which creates a safe space for students and staff to learn and educate. There are endless clubs to join, as well as the opportunity to create your own. I find that the teachers base their teaching on building trust with students. Creating a more productive and effective school overall increases the willingness to help others when in need. The aspect of family, and the community within the school, is one of the most impactful pieces for myself and my peers.