Hesperia Unified School District Reviews
I've been at hesperia for almost my entire life and there is some good quanitities about the District oppertuinies that we have but over all I give this district a three star. The reason why is our avaible oppertunies is ok but the rest of the district is bad. We get less free time than what we are supposes to and not as many breaks as we use to, we also dont have much stuff to do ever since the district said we can't have more fun like club fair. Club fair is a wonderful thing where clubs get together and make fun risers for that day or three and sell goods to people who need better foods. There are storrs near by the school and we can't even go there to buy food or goods for our class, projects or just to eat. The district is puttin more disapplen on students that don't even do nothing and they get introuble for, or lose the oppertuniy they have for only a mimute.
I really like how most of the teachers and faculty care about the students instead of just going to work everyday for a paycheck. I really believe that the teachers want to see progress in their students and see them grow from freshman to senior year. The changes I would like to see is more preparation for college for both seniors and juniors.
In Hesperia's Unified School District you are able to learn and interact with many people that will help you achieve your career.
Teachers are very helpful in helping you get your task done. On a day to day basis. The counselors and staff is super supportive and always pushing you to go to college. They show you the pathway to be successful and help you out with all your needs.
I believe Hesperia Unified Schoool District does a good job protecting all the Hesperia Schools. My school does a good job making me feel safe, and my peers feel the same way too.
I love how they are very involved with the community and they give their students a chance to be involved in the community as well.
Boy, am I proud to call my self a Scorpion! Being able to call my self a Scorpion does not only come with pride, but responsibility. As an Alumni from such a great school, I must continue walking with my head high. A great teacher ounce old me " You are what you repeatedly do thus excellence is not an act but a habit" by Aristotle. Since then, I have kept that motto close to my heart. The sincere and genuine impact the teachers serve at this school is life changing. They expect nothing but the best for there students. From having a web enhanced advantage such as using laptops incorporated into there curriculum prepares each student to be college ready even if they don't think so. The staff of this school not only watch the student's grow, but they grow with them. The original school of Hesperia, Hesperia High, continues to strive and grow day by day. They don't let you down. They build you up.
I liked how the school offered free college courses on campus for students to help them get ahead on credits. I wish the school would have equally focused on academics and sports, rather than just academics or focusing on just sports. Although the coaches were adamant about keeping up their grades while playing a sport, they weren’t hard on the students to maintain good grades throughout the entire year, not just the season. I would like to see the coaches encourage the student-athletes to earn good grades throughout the entire school year. There were clubs that offered students a way to interact with each other socially and academically.
With Hesperia Unified I feel that I had a very average experience. They were kind of average at everything; school lunches, clubs, and the teachers. With teachers especially the teachers didn't really seem to be invested in their students lives. They excel at athletics and sometimes it seems that's their main focus rather than academics.
Depending on the school you attend you can be offered a multitude of opportunities academically. Although opportunities differ from school to school everyone does have something to offer that will benefit students.
The Hesperia Unified School district is the best district in all of the San Bernardino county and more. There are many amazing people involved in it. Teachers, administrators, counselors, and more. They are all helpful and they are all willing to go out of there way to do anything to prepare you and better you for your future.
I like how all the schools I went to Hesperia Jr High and Hesperia High school were very safe and a non bulling campus. I just wish the food and the staff were a little better.
In the Hesperia Unified School DIstrict, I have experienced many positive things. One of my favorite things about HUSD, is the college readiness. At the high school that I am currenlty attending, there is a Career Center which is very useful in many different ways. The Career Center offers you scholarships, information about colleges, and a great staff member you helps you find what you are seeking. What I also enjoy about HUSD, is the clubs that are offered to students. Many of these clubs include helping preparing students for their future, and a lot of these clubs include fun activites for students to be involved with.
In my opinion Hesperia unified school district is one of the best district they could be compared to the other districts I have experienced.
The school district is pretty good at controlling everything but one thing that I find pretty annoying is that fact that they do no allow us o switch from our school email accounts on the laptops they provide. Yeah it's their laptops, but us students. still need to access personal emails and emails that are used when signing up for concurrent enrollment. It is pretty ridiculous and needs to get handled.
My experiences at Hesperia High School are fantastic because, you get a lot of encouragement to do well and one of our motos is strive for excellence. Not only that, all of the coaches on campus like to motivate you to joining a sport or club, which is awesome because we have a lot of involvement around campus. We have the avid program that allows us to prepare for college, I find that useful for kids that don't no much about college. Avid takes us on field trips to different colleges, for example we went to Cal State Dominguez Hills, Cal Poly Pomona and UC Irvine. We have a lot of collaboration with one another, which creates avid students getting use to peers and problem solving. Those are some of my great experiences at Hesperia High School.
What I like about Hesperia School District is that the administration does their best possible to help their students. Events are made to provide college information to those who want to go to a university of college. The district always provides attention to the students such as asking for a better environment, better food for lunch, and resources for school work.