San Luis Coastal Unified School District Reviews
Rating 4.33 out of 5 21 reviews
Given the current situation with Covid They are doing all they can do to ensure that students are getting the services they need to succeed.
I really like the academic program at my school and the pathway classes they provide to get us ready fro college and what we want to do in college. I wish they cared more about sports.
I like how the staff is very supportive and the student are vary inclusive. I would like to see more diversity.
There is an amazing math teacher, Mr. Jimmie Johnson who is the best calc teacher ever. I also appreciate the counselors who always have time help students figure out their schedules.
Overall, I feel my school district has provided a strong amount of support to help me be successful in my high school career. It seems like they’ve constantly improved technology, resources, and buildings on multiple campuses in order to enhance the learning environment and create equal opportunities for all students.
San Luis High has some of the best teachers that you could ask for. They are dedicated to making sure you, as a student are successful and you are happy as an individual. There are great academic, such as ap classes, and social/interest-based, like clubs, opportunities. The campus is pretty unique in the fact that it is completely open air for 90% of the time out of the class. There continues to be technology integrated learning and teachers are constantly trying to adapt to the new teaching. The main downside of San Luis High is how electives are treated. Although electives should be a break from the riggers of academics, a lot of electives are really lax on teaching skills, which I believe to be mainly due to the fact that many of the students do not try that hard outside of Academics.
Not very diverse, their campuses not that nice, but teachers are great. Teachers are great at their jobs and truly care about their students, even striving for personal connects to each individual. Unfortunately campuses are constantly under construction, limiting opportunities and comfort of students. What they attempt to fix isn't the things they should be striving to change.
I had a negative high school experience at the local public high school but then I went to an independent study school and it was much more effective. I would recommend that SLOHS adopt a more restorative justice policy towards their students.
At SLOHS there are great, unique opportunities for students. The FFA program is outstanding, allowing students to raise animals at school and learn numerous job skills. There is also an impressive auto shop on campus, a preschool on campus for students to work at, and ASL offered as a language. The school is not great about diversity or preparing students to face real world issues.
MBHS may be small in number but we are big in pride. The attitude on campus is laid back and welcoming. It's a place where uniqueness and individuality are both celebrated and supported. Growing up is hard enough. I feel lucky to have gone to a high school where everyone knows my name and accepts me for who I am.
It’s a great school district with attentive employees. They promote community and student involvement. There are many clubs for students to become involved.
I like how everyone gets involved at school events. I would like to change how some teachers act towards students.
Throughout my experience going through elementary, middle, and high school with this district, my experience has been overall pretty good. The teachers are all so kind at all of the schools and there are so many opportunities to grow and better yourself and your community. However I must say the funds at the high school are not divided up evenly once so ever between neither sports nor genders.
I moved to Morro Bay from Las Vegas and it's a whole different experience here. Although my former school was much bigger and had many more classes to offer, there's a certain charm in how personal it is with less than 1,000 students. The culture is really relaxed and not many students can say that they walked to the beach and went surfing during the lunch break!
San Luis Coastal Unified School District is an amazing school district which provides a very safe and effiecent learning environment. All teachers and staff are fun, welcoming, and provide a great experience. The culture at the schools are nice and laid back, making things very stress free. Although, the two high schools are a little uneven in terms of opportunities. Overall it is a great district.
There have been a lot of changes throughout the years I have attended SLOHS. New strict rules, construction, etc. Most of these rules have not been pleasant such as no food in classrooms, no baked goods on campus, no reduced day or teachers aids.
All I have to say is high school is nothing like the movies. At my high school their is large sense of community. SLO High in my opinion is a school in which everyone can feel included and involved. Our football team might not be the best but we have great sports and an even brighter array of academic achievements. Although I wish our campus layout was a little nicer our school is pretty gorgeous too.Our school is well spirited and we show our tiger pride to the max. Throughout out my years of high school I have never been happier that I attend SLO High.