Evergreen High School Reviews
Rating 3.73 out of 5 44 reviews
Evergreen is a good school for academic not so much sports or help on bullying or anything alike most of the time the many administrators are not great with help its more the teachers that help.
Good academics. School sports could be better, and almost none of the coaches are very dedicated or knowledgeable.
There are some really nice people here. Many of them are very caring and willing to help out others and thee community. The teachers here are always willing to help if you have questions on any assignments or projects. And best of all the music and art department are amazing, there is so much talent here.
With the ratio of student to teacher, the one on one time between the student and teacher is helpful. Also, the 4 block schedule gives the students more time during each class to complete labs and homework assignments.
Evergreen is an overall great school. The block schedule allows a student to take more maths, sciences, etc. to help prepare better for their major. Wish to see more diversity
I do love that atmosphere that is created in the school. Everyone knows everyone one way or another and is always willing to help. The teachers were always willing to help if you needed help with a problem inside or outside the classroom. A couple things I would like to see change is the lack of diverse classes, not meaning more A.P. or honors classes. Some students would like to take other classes that are not offered at Evergreen are so driven by the fact that they may need the class for college or for the sheer knowledge of it. No student should feel like they are being punished because they are taking a class outside of the school, and that is one thing that I am afraid of happening.
The school has offered us out of district option so four of my five children were able to take advantage of a safe, bulky free school, with great academics, wonderful teachers, sports programs, college prep classes colleges classes while still in high school, and other school activities that a school should offer all in a treat clean safe very informative environment. My children and I are so very thankful for being able to attend Evergreen Schools System.
I recently graduated from Evergreen High School in the class of 2018. After my class left a new principal and superintendent were hired due to the previous two resigning. In their first year on the job they have managed to stir up tremendous controversy among students and parents. They have begun to completely eliminate long held traditions from the school such as the Senior Memory Book and a painting of the school mascot that stood in the cafeteria hallway for 15 years. They continued with the decision to eliminate the Memory Book even after a substantial number of signatures from students and parents petitioning it was submitted at a board meeting. The removal of the mascot painting was done without any notification to students or parents whatsoever. Hopefully one day the school will return to the place I enjoyed these past 4 years.
I loved how small the class sizes were. There was only about 450 kids in the whole high school, so we all became very close. We all knew each other or at least knew of each other, so no one was a stranger. The teachers really cared about the students academically and personally. Unlike a lot of schools, there wasn’t a lot of bullying either. I definitely would not have wanted to graduate from any other school.
Though its small-town origin causes a lack of diversity, the corn-field-surrounded school falls short in little. Invigorating courses and teachers who push the bar high allow students to receive an excellent education, full of many interactive opportunities not typically offered at the high school level. With excellent athletic, music, and academic performances across the board, the school is one full of dedicated and hardworking students who work to bring pride and recognition to their families and community. Students will leave Evergreen not only with a head full of knowledge and resume bursting with extracurricular achievements, but also the memories, stories, and close relationships that only a small-town school can provide.
Compared to what Michelle Obama wants them to eat now it seems okay
Dress code was the worst rule you could break. sorry about wearing yoga pants
Seemed like the football team got the most funding and the least coaching
Mostly there are sports, or the spanish club or art club. Nothing else
I feel like I was barely helped in deciding my future through the school
Teachers do a great job of understanding and preparing you for the real world
Evergreen is a small country school and does what it can to provide for its students. Lots of sports clubs and and band and choir are very popular! 1 musical a year and everyone in town comes to see the show!