Huntsville High School
- HUNTSVILLE, TX
Huntsville High School Reviews
Rating 3.3 out of 5 189 reviews
The first time Huntsville high school showed me their true colors was when an adult male cared more about my athletic shorts I was wearing than the fact people were getting high in the restroom. The faculty favors the people who they think deserve to be favored. Ex: atheletes, atheletes, ATHLETES. It just isn’t fair, in my opinion huntvsille isd cares more about sports amenities rather than the work it takes. And I’ve seen people who do GREAT academically get no recognition. This school is weak, and the foundation is covered on lies and the people who can cover them up.
The teachers were very entertaining and helpful, the worst part about the school was that it was filled with a lot of troubled students
Huntsville High School has excellent teachers and terrific counselors. The school always feels dirty and it just never feels or looks clean. The other students like to trash the bathrooms and write crude things on the bathroom walls. There are at least two student fights each month and that's not an exaggeration.
The community is welcoming if you have found yourself there for some time, however the beginning is challenging as any other high school. The management of the school could overall improve, yet the opportunities and organizations in this school beat others.
I liked my experience at Huntsville High School. I took/will take for the most part only Pre-AP/AP classes. The teachers for the courses I’ve taken have prepared me for the year upcoming. I’ve built several relationships with teachers that I can carry with me for a lifetime. If there’s one thing I could change, I’d want more effort in the stundents learning the information. I like our principal and the other administrators. I like the sports department and other extracurricular my school offers. Huntsville High School is a good small town public High School.
I had much fun during my time at Huntsville Highschool. I never had a problem with bullying or cliques or ever feeling left out, my entire class just mingled together as one. However my time during online school soured my rating. I feel as thought the school didn’t effectively make it easier to work online. Other than that, based solely on my experience alone, Huntsville Highschool is exactly where I needed to be.
I like that the community is very supportive of its students and goes out of their way to provide service opportunities and preparation for college. It also has wonderful people who are encouraging and ready to help.
There are both goods and bads. They have good teachers, for the most part, and a variety of classes. Though, there is violence from students and it should be stopped.
Huntsville High School provides great opportunities in 5A sports and band, especially in the volleyball and football programs. The teachers and administrators genuinely care about providing a good education and safe environment for their students. My counselors have been easy to contact and willing to work with me to make my schedule and college plan as easy and efficient as possible. The band program has a lovely facility and dedicated directors, which I’ve greatly appreciated during my time here. However, there is a problem with violence and the buildings and facilities are outdated.
a senior, like every senior, I can’t wait to hear that last bell ring. However, I will say that one of the best assets HHS has to offer is an excellent staff of teachers, who always go above and beyond. The teachers at HHS really showed their true colors during COVID-19. Imagine trying to teach yourself advanced calculus, at home, with parents who want to help, but only see hieroglyphics when they look at your assignment. Honestly, I was scared. It’s my senior year, college is just up ahead, and I don’t know if I’m going to pass these classes. The teachers at HHS really came through when we needed them. They held live classes, offered online tutoring, and even allowed us to email them on the weekends. They made a point to know what was going on in each student’s life, so that if a student or their family member had the virus, they could take that into account and be flexible on due dates. Overall, I am very impressed by how we all came together like a really large family.
It was pretty good! There were some good and bad experiences, but that comes with high school i think. Overall i liked my experience.
I'll be honest, I've gone to Huntsville School District schools for most of my life, and the environment there sucks. The Huntsville School district does not care about its students who are not "smart" and those who are not involved in some kind of sport are tossed aside. I absolutely cannot stand how anything there is run. They don't care about students, staff, or anything but the football team.
My experience at Huntsville High School was not all that great, but it was not terrible either. I think it could have helped prepare me a bit more for college than it did.
I loved all my teachers. I liked that they offered dual credit and AP courses for me to choose from for college credit. I liked the clubs offered and the opportunities offered to the students.
The experience that I have about my school, 'Huntsville High school', is just like every other high school experience. I had high school drama, school fights, stress, clubs, but the thing that kept me together were my close friends. Every year I would meet new people that would become one of my close friends. My friends are my family and they are 50% of why I love to go to school, the other 50% is because I actually love school. I was the type of student that would like to learn something new everyday. The teachers at my school were very caring also, they would always be there for me if I needed anything, even when it wasn't related to school. I'm not going to say that my high school is the best high school out there in the world but I will say that the staff, students and the education is what made me who I am now. My high school experience was phenomenal and I wouldn't change anything about it.
For the four years I attended HHS, every second felt like an hour at times, but I got through it. Through hardships and studying, I managed to graduate at the top 5% of my class.
What I liked about Huntsville High School is that there are many programs. You're able to explore what you want to be and learn about it. What I don't like about it is the amount of excused absences you get, the reason that I dislike this is because I missed 3 days because a relative died but they said it didn't matter because it had to be a sibling or a parent.