Elite Scholars Academy School
- Public, Magnet
- JONESBORO, GA
Elite Scholars Academy School Reviews
Rating 3.97 out of 5 147 reviews
The work at the school can sometimes be unbearable. If you don't keep your grades to a certain point, you get kicked from school and sent to another. The good thing is that they push for scholarships and dual enrollment for most students. They have a 100% graduation rate (mainly because those who don't get high enough grades are taken out before graduation).
My experience at elite scholars was like any other, school work everyday, projects and tests. However one thing i believe stood out was the teachers and how much they care about the students. How much they are willing to go to make sure the students are set and ready for their next step in life.
Elite Scholars Academy is a charter school located in Jonesboro, Georgia. I have been at Elite Scholars Academy since sixth grade, and I am now a senior. I felt like the school really pushed its other students and I academically in order to prepare us for college. There is just an atmosphere to excel and do better. The school focuses a lot of academics that sports and clubs kind of get side-lined, which I think is not the best. COVID-19 has also made school a little more tiresome because nobody really wants to do virtual school, both teachers and students. However, I do enjoy the face-to-face portions. I also feel like the seniors get the short-end of the stick because of the pandemic and we aren't really able to celebrate our last year of highschool to the fullest, which sucks. Overall, I really enjoyed attending the school and I would recommend it to students in the Clayton County area!
This school can be pretty boring at times, but they make up for it with movies, kahoot, talent shows, other things. It's pretty cool how many cultures they support like latin american and asian culture. They have good intentions, but the teachers should probably try and make us excited about the things they teach us. Overall, my experience in this school is ok.
I have been at Elite Scholars Academy since the sixth grade, and the journey has ended so quickly. All of my teachers ands friends have watched me grow. My experience here is priceless. I will miss this school once I move onto college.
Elite scholars is an alright school. The teachers there are easy to get along with but you have to get your work done to be successful.
I have been attending Elite Scholars since sixth grade and I am currently a senior. I can truly say that this school has allowed me to do better academically. The rigor is not at all difficult if you study and take advantage of the available resources. This school has definitely provided me great tools to prepare for college!
I like that the school is challenging and prepares you for success when entering college. I have better reading comprehension skills and analytical skills.
Overall, the school is a good school. They have a considerable amount of AP and dual-enrollment classes, pretty good sports, good resources, and a great college-readiness program. There are some things, like administration and the music and arts department, that need improvement, but overall, the school is pretty good.
I've been at Elite since 9th grade and it's been a smooth ride for the most part. There isn't any hidden class system, the school's upkeep is very good and the content we learn is challenging and rigorous. Elite also has extracurriculars outside of academics, so it doesn't always feel like it's mainly academic-based although the options can be limited at times such as in sports. There isn't much I would change except for disciplinary actions for teachers and more pathway/class options. The school is very new; however, I feel there could be much more done.
I enjoyed my experience at Elite Scholars Academy. Yes, the school only offers advanced classes, but they push students to do their very best. They encourage their students to go to their college of their choice.
Its a charter school for early college, its not so bad, but there are not many extra curricular activities, we resume earlier than other schools which sucks, its not really worth it.
It prepares the student for college. The administration and staff give resource for the student to better themselves. Even though it majority a black school, it provides way for the student to view other cultures and learn from it. There is a good relationship between the student and staff. The administration and staff tries to make a connection between each student.
Elite scholars Academy is indeed a challenging high school. However, with the help of other students, teachers, and staff members, excelling in your courses can be made easy. Elite Scholars prepares students for challenges that will come later on in life.
Overall this school is pretty good. Elite pushes its students to push beyond their limits, so that they can at their best. This a college preparatory school , so Ap classes are mandatory and can be challenging. This school is kinda strict on uniforms and certain polices which can be a good and bad thing.
Elite Scholars gave me a good challenge academically. The teachers constantly kept me on my toes and made sure we were always on track. Although, I would love to see more interaction between administrators and students.
Prepared me for everything I needed to get where I am today. Honestly wouldn’t go anywhere else but elite