Fenway High School Reviews
Fenway High School is where I found my passion as a student. I found my place in academics for the very first time here.
My experience at Fenway High School has been better than any other school than I have been in. The teachers are always there to support you even after you graduate. Coming into Fenway my freshman year was terrible because I had to adjust to the fact that high school was going to be hard. However, I made friends that are still my friends until this very day that help each other out succeed to our best of our abilities. Sophomore year was even more difficult for me because I was used to the work at the end of freshman year and the teachers made us do a greater level of work. Junior year was one of my hardest years in school ever because the teachers warned me that I would be doing the most work. However, they stayed by my side and I got my work done to prove that I can be a senior. Now that I am a senior, I am proud to say that I am almost done and I am almost ready for college.
My experience at Fenway was tough but it was definitely worth it. The work pushes you and challenges you to do well. All of the teachers are caring and eager to help you succeed in your academics. The classrooms aren't too big so you are able to develop a good relationship with your teachers and your peers as well. The teachers aren't solely there for academic needs either, you can also come and talk to them about personal topics. As a whole, the Fenway community is really welcoming and does a great job getting everybody involved some how. There isn't really anything I would decide to change about this school.
I love fenway! I couldn't imagine going to any other high school. Diverse, fun, major school pride and amazing education and extra help.
The school is very small but in a positive way, everyone knows everyone. It's a family environment. The teachers go above and beyond to help the students. The teachers understand that the students have their ups and downs and are very considerate about it. The school spirit for such a small school is amazing.
Fenway is like a small community. Everyone knows everybody knows everybody. They have plenty of clubs and great sports teams.
I enjoyed my four years in Fenway High School because even though I wasn’t a A or B student. I still got the love and attention from teachers, a encouraging support team that wanted me to succeed even though I didn’t want too.
All of the teachers were very supportive and always tried to help their students as much as they could. Fenway allowed students to step out of their comfort zones and experience new things with various of eyeopening programs. Overall, Fenway High was a great school that I would recommend for students who are struggling on what BPS school to attend.
There's not much that I would change about Fenway High School because my four years have been life changing. Fenway High School has taught me how to be open minded with everyone around me and their opinions. I have learned how to get out of my comfort zone as Fenway has so much to offer to all students.
Fenway was a great school for me. I've been homeless most of my life and the students, teaches, and faculty were very understand. I always had help when I need it.
I like Fenway because of the opportunists that it has. It contains many opportunities to work on outside of school grounds and experience life early
I like the support my teachers give me. Teacher geneuinly care for you and help not only academically but on a personal level too. I would not change anything.
There is not a lot of care/support for the students. They care about their stats more so if you are not doing what you are supposed to which is have no emotional problems they will try their best to kick you out of that school. They do have good teachers and prepare you for college.
Great school extremely smaller then all other Boston Public schools but does a excellent job to prepare you for college depending on what house you are in different houses operate differently and one house may be harder than the other as far as work and academics love the teachers in the Crossroads house they really care although they can be pestering especially if your a kid you doesn't do your work but that's good bc something you need people to be on you overall great experience others kids are okay but sometimes there's a lot of drama especially senior year when all 3 houses come together for classes
I am a junior at Fenway High and I am graduating next year in 2018. I love the school, environment and the atmosphere. The teachers care about the students and want us to succeed. The school also has a high graduation rate and gives students amazing opportunities so they can go to great colleges. Fenway aspires the students to do the right thing and be yourself.
Although other schools have guidance counselors, I like how Fenway High School has them in order to help students prepare for college. This way, we as students have opportunities for us to see what college life is like. For example, the counselors arrange for students to visit colleges and take college courses at various schools in Massachusetts. However, what Fenway High could change is the option to take other academic classes in school that would help students prepare for the major we intend to explore in the future. This would help us decide whether or not we would like to major in certain subjects before we start college.
Attending Fenway was one of the best decisions I ever made! It was a small school where everyone knew of one another and along the way, everyone became family. I was able to build strong relationships with my teachers and build a strong foundation where even after I graduate, I know that I can always contact them in case I need anything. I was able to welcome them into my life and they were willing to welcome me into theirs. The school and the teachers supported us students whether it be protesting or games, they were always there for guidance and support. After I graduate and continue to succeed in life, I know that I have them to thanks and all the skills and resources they have given me.