Hogan Preparatory Academy is a public school district located in Kansas City, MO. It has 1,003 students in grades K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 12 to 1. According to state test scores, 16% of students are at least proficient in math and 29% in reading.
1221 E Meyer Blvd
Kansas City, MO 64131
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Hogan Preparatory Academy Reviews
I am currently a senior that attends Avila University, but my experience with Hogan was great. Its a small school, but the teachers was great at staying on their student to have them graduate. The sports there are great. I have always loved to play football. I played football in high school. When I first came to hogan I slipped up with grades, but my teacher stayed on me because they seen I have potential. Its a college prep school, but unfortunately the materials they provide for students really don't help.
I loved my teachers and my peers. The sports was great, everyone on the team including the coaches pushed each other to do better. Some things that I would change it that the food was horrible on most days and the building was very old. During the winter it was colder inside than it was outside and in the summer it was extremely hot inside. The teacher were very motivating and did whatever they could do for all of their students to be successful.
Overall, hogan is a good school. The teachers genuinely care about their students and our education. There could be a lot of improvement with the matrix system and putting more important stuff as a priority instead of things that aren't that important such as uniforms. I think the matrix system needs to be changed so that our education is valued more than simple things that keep us from learning.