Esperanza High School
- Public, Magnet
- ANAHEIM, CA
Esperanza High School Reviews
Rating 3.81 out of 5 303 reviews
I liked Esperanza because of the ABC teacher pathway. It is a unique ROP pathway to Esperanza that really inspired me and inspired me to be a future teacher. The people there are also great despite a few bad apples. Most of the bad teachers retired therefore there are many good teachers. Overall it was a good experience and would recommend family and friends to go to that school.
The teachers were good enough and did their best to be kind. The office, however, never looked into complaints about students doing bad things on school grounds so that wasn't very nice.
The community at Esperanza is amazing and I loved how much fun my time there was. I was in the Medical Sciences Academy and it was an amazing opportunity to figure out what I want for my future and get a head start. The one thing I would change is the math department because most all of the math teachers are really impatient and don't explain things well and a lot of their students struggle.
I like my teachers and classes that I had at Esperanza, all were helpful and interesting. The only thing I would change is a more unified student body.
I had a decent experience at Esperanza High School. Most teachers were very good but some weren’t as great. A couple teachers were reactant to actually teach or would talk down to you when you would ask them a question about something you didn’t understand. Some of the teachers not being so great was the biggest negative. Another would be having to talk back and forth across the bridge. The campus also didn’t feel super safe at all times because it was kind of open and would be easy to enter or exit campus.
Esperanza High School truly cracked me out of my shell. I came into this school scared because I was not used to an environment like it. The teachers are great and so are the students. I felt like I was learning everyday and I felt pushed to do my best.
The environment of the school made me feel very comfortable and all of the staff was very supportive and educated. I could not think of anything that stands out and needs to be changed.
My experience at Esperanza High School helped me prepare for college greatly. My transition was smooth and I nearly found my first year easy due to Esperanza’s teaching. The teachers were always willing to answer questions and help with college related tasks. Some of my teachers I must thank as they helped me receive a scholarship.
Being a current senior at Esperanza High School, I can confidently that choosing to go here was one of the best decisions I've ever made. I chose to go here because I wanted a fresh start with people I've never met and a campus I didn't know much about. I've met so many wonderful people here, both teachers and friends, and have been able to develop strong relationships that may last past my high school years. The courses are also challenging but fun, and the teachers are willing to work with the students to help them have a better learning experience. Thinking on it, there isn't much I'd change. As a cross country runner, I'm comfortable with the area even though it is considered more "dangerous", and our school works hard to keep everything clean and looking nice even though the buildings are older. Esperanza High School is a lovely place to learn, and I'd definitely recommend it to the generations below me.
Esperanza High school was an amazing school that emphasized unity amongst students and promoted lifelong perseverance and learning. Teachers are very helpful, finding ways to help any and all students that may need it and even going above and beyond for them. There are many opportunities for students to excel and enjoy their high school experience at Esperanza!
Recently just graduated from Esperanza High School and if you're looking for a school that has a very unified student body, hard working ASB, and an amazing fine arts program, go to this school. It has an amazing campus life and the staff are all super friendly and have the students best interests at heart. They will do everything they can to make sure everyone at the school is successful. The dances held at school are always a blast and there's a club for everyone to join in.
I graduated from Esperanza High School as the class of 2019. While attending EHS, I felt that it had a very home-like environment. I felt very comfortable on campus and knew that I had supportive faculty and staff there that I could lean on if I needed to. Like any other high school, of course it had its flaws like the occasional disrespectful teacher, but as a whole, the teachers there were pretty admired. I learned a lot in the four years I spent there, and think that it is a good place for self discovery.
People are racist, misogynist, and homophobic. Not to mention that there isn't much diversity there.
I loved Esperanza because it was a really friendly environment, and all the teachers there are so helpful and they just want to see their students succeed.
I liked that there are many teachers that try to help their students in any way that they can, to help them accomplish in life and not only in school.
I am currently a Junior at Esperanza High School and overall I have loved attending. The school is vibrant in Aztec culture, academics, and athletics. I am very much looking forward to Senior year at EHS (assuming school reopens for the fall semester).
There are some truly inspiring teachers at Esperanza but there are a few teachers that are no help to the community and should either have a change of attitude or leave.