Huguenot High School Reviews
I'm currently a senior at Huguenot High School, and one of the things that I like the most about Huguenot High School is the diversity that the schools has. Since I was in 9th grade I felt good at the environment that this High Schools. Most people may say that Huguenot Hugh School is one of the worst High Schools in the district, but I feel like if you relay want to learn ad be better it's you decision. Honestly, all the teachers that I have had are great and they are committed to their work and be a help for the students, there are teachers that are better than others but they are striving to teach you in a way that you are able to understand.
I like attending Huguenot High School because they are actually people there who want to see you get far in life. Something I will like to change at Huguenot is how they treat the students. They treat us like we are elementary school student and for me being a Senior I feel we should have more freedom.
The school, overall is amazing. The downside, are the food and the students. The food could be healthier, and there could be more diverse sport programs.
My experience at Huguenot High School has yet to be completed seeing as though I am a rising senior but in the past 3 years I would rate my experience as ordinary. My school isn’t anything spectacular or has anything that stands out about it other than the new renevaywd builiding. I would like to change the way faculty interacts with the students, the food we are given, and would like to add more clubs and activities.
Overall it was good. I had some good teachers that actually helped students if they saw they were into school.
Huguenot was not full of clicks and statuses. Everyone was nice to each other. The teachers were very helpful and cared for the students.
I loved how the faculty was always so involved within the students lives and that they always tried their best to make sure we succeeded.
This school is absolutely horrible. Teachers are power hungry and abusive and administrators do nothing about it. The teachers are very bad at their jobs and some leave as soon as they come. Security guards oftenly befriend students. Ultimately promoting them to skip. Fights happen very often and somebodies kids are always getting body slammed on the floor by security guards; boys or girls. Security guards purposely take forever to break up fights if administration isnt around. Students are oftenly not familiar with how to work the most basic technology like a computer. Many of them are underachievers, which is an extremely de-motivating environment to have to be in. Students are even helped take SOLs in many cases by staff members that give them answers in hope to one day receive accreditation for the school. RPS as a whole is poorly managed. Do not, at any point, send your children here if you want them to have a good education.
The teachers at Huguenot High really do look out for their students and treat them almost has their own. Huguenot has a Future Center, unlike many other rps schools, and it is very helpful for helping students plan their life after high school. Sadly, Huguenot has a bad rep due to students not knowing how to maturely handle their issues which results in a lot of fights.
Huguenot looks nice on the outside but on the inside the security barely do their jobs and teachers can not really control the students.
Huguenot is a very nice looking school but I don't think it's a very exceptional environment. It's a few nice teachers but I don't feel like they teach you enough, to be ready for college. I suggest that they should change the importance of learning college material than anything.
It's not much I actually like about Huguenot High school. However, I do enjoy certain teachers who have helped me become a better person and who have seen potential in me and have helped bring that out. Huguenot does offer plenty of extracurricular activities so that may boost your experience there as well as your social life.
Huguenot is a great school to better yourself and ready yourself for college. The future center has awesome resources including the advisors that help students figure out what they want to do after high school.
I love that the staff members at Huguenot really treat you like family. At the end of the day they make you feel comfortable in everything that you do. If you need help with anything not only does your teacher helps you but anyone else if you go to them for help they will help you the best way that they can; without making you feel like they don't want to help you.
My experience has been good and bad. They need better security that know the proper way to handle young adults. As far as teachers they care about the students and want to see them succeed.
The things I would like to see change within Huguenot High School is the children as well as the adults working and coming together as a team.
I graduated Huguenot in 2015 and I loved my teachers but, I also disliked a few. I was in AP classes and the AP teacher disappeared for two months, therefore, it cost me my AP exam and my college credits. I was very upset.