Honey Grove High School
- HONEY GROVE, TX
Honey Grove High School Reviews
Rating 3.85 out of 5 33 reviews
I have a good experience at Honey Grove High School. There have been several teachers that helped me be more successful.
Absolutely terrible at the least. Feeling unsafe and targeted everywhere you go in what’s supposed to be a “safe environment” is very disappointing.
At Honey grove High School I had a great time. Honey Grove High school to me has been the best 4 years of my life, It has helped me grow academically and physically. I've met so many people and we're all close. Honey Grove has a great environment and great coaches. After living my life up at Honey Grove High School I just want to go to college and pursue a career in Criminal Justice. I will be attending Southwestern College to play College Football! It would be great if I could get some help Financially to help me pay some of these fees off Hope you guys and ladies are doing well hope to hear back from you guys :)!
Honey Grove High has truly blessed me with wonderful organizations such a Beta, FFA, and FCA. Not only did I make new friends, but I was able to get out of my comfort zone when joining these clubs!
Although I have only attended this school for a few years, I am happy to say this is the best school for anyone!
I personally love this school better than my previous high school. All entrances except for the very front entrance is locked and secured and there is security watching the campus all day. They even offer college dual credit courses to Juniors and Seniors!
I grew up in this district, I met many amazing friends and teachers, and while it was an amazing experience there are things to work on. Being a poor district, there isn't a whole lot to work with and some things could certainly be improved upon. There needs to be better communication between teachers and students when it comes to thing like assignment dates for example, there needs to be way more extracurricular classes, more field trips, more maintenance, more student engagement, and more yearly school activities in general. There were a lot of things that were lacking, and there just needs to be more opportunities and fairness towards students. As I stated, I had a great time growing up in this district, and I will sorely miss everyone as I move on to college this fall!
I love that Honey Grove is a small town, country school. Everything about it is really laid back, and that allows our teachers to be more hands on. However, I'd up the level opportunities for us all, adding in more courses and extracurricular organizations.
The BETA club is very involved in the lives of the community. The beta club has a bingo game at the local nursing home, they also help tremendously when a student or local resident has had a tragic event happen. There are many activities happening all year round to support the sports team or cheer leaders, beta officers etc.
The teachers do a very tremendous job with helping a struggling student. There are many teachers that incorporate games or activities into the veryday class work. Discussion in class are well especially since the teacher has numerous facts on the subject. The teachers respect all students life's and help in any way they can.
Here at Honey Grove High school, we are a very small community. However, that does not stop our school spirit and drive to do better. As I currently stand as a senior in high school, I would have to say my favorite year of all would be my junior year. I enjoy cheerleading as one of my highest passions, and was a member of the varsity cheerleading squad. It was a blast cheering on our football team, yelling loud with my heart and soul at pep rallies. and watching the little one's faces as they look up to us as their role models. Another favorite experience of mine would be our school's homecoming parade. Being as unique as we are, each grade level builds a decorative float corresponding to a theme. Competing against each other on the Friday of homecoming week, the floats are driven around our city's community and scored by a few judges. What other school do you know that has a homecoming parade? It's the best thing ever! I have really enjoyed my high school life at Honey Grove High School, and am truly sad to say it's coming to an end. But with helpful teachers, great friends, and a supportive student body, it makes my high school experience something I will never forget.
It's a small school. If I could do everything over again, i would work harder and be more social. It's not a bad school.
Honey Grove High School isn't the worst school in the world, but it definitely is disappointing. We can't even keep a principal for more than a year or two. The students don't care about their work and the teachers don't try to make them care. I can't even count how many times I've been continuously bullied because teachers either weren't in the room or weren't paying attention. The one good teacher I've had said that this school is the worst she's ever taught at - partly because the students are so lazy and careless.
We are uneccessarily punished for some things.
We could stand to have some better equipment; most money goes to football. Every year, these atheletes are allotted to thousands of dollars for new uniforms, helmets, shoes, and equipment. Band, however, has been using the same uniforms since 2001.
It's half and half with the teachers. Some are very compassionate, engaging and entertaining. A few, in particular, could care less if you pass or fail and caters specifically to their favorites.
Athletics is a great way to release steam, help build character, and most importantly, build a better relationship with yourself and those around you. The essence of teamwork, hard-work, and support created an atmosphere to help student athletes better themselves on and off the field as well as in and out of school.