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- College PrepC+
- Clubs & ActivitiesC
- Health & SafetyB+
- Resources & FacilitiesC
Greenville Junior/Senior High School is a public school located in Greenville, CA. It has 84 students in grades 7-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 11 to 1. According to state test scores, 25% of students are at least proficient in math and 55% in reading.
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Culture & Safety
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Clubs & Activities
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Greenville Junior/Senior High School Reviews
Greenville Junior/Senior High School was mediocre. They have teachers going beyond their designated field and teaching other classes they may not have been qualified for. This showed greatly in their teaching. I think when a teacher has too much on their plate, their work starts getting sloppy, whereas if they are teaching one class on the subject they're actually qualified for, you can feel their passion and it makes for a much more effective experience. Us students are there to learn and get the most of our experience there, but we cannot do that when the teachers all over the place.
Our school has plenty of sports which is good. We also have a culinary team which is a very beneficial program. But as far as student council and leadership it seems as if nobody really cares to get involved. I have been in student council all of high school so its important to me but the quality of the program has greatly decreased within those 4 years. Also, the yearbook program which used to be pretty solid has gone to nothing. I did the yearbook all by myself last year and this year is practically the same situation. The downfall of these programs happened after the instructor (for both classes) quit. i would love to see them built back up to their potential. Those are really the only clubs that come to mind, so as far as variety there really is none.
High school has been good. I have learned a lot and have gotten to know people on more personal levels. The community is so supportive of the school and that makes all the difference. One thing i didn't like about high school was that so many people depended on me to do everything. People expect me to plan all of the events, make sure things happen, and help where ever needed. It has taught me a lot so i don't exactly regret it but I fear that when I'm gone, nobody will know how to do all of the things I've been doing.