Imagine Prep Superstition
- Public, Charter
- APACHE JUNCTION, AZ
Imagine Prep Superstition Reviews
Rating 4.24 out of 5 45 reviews
It was a fantastic high school experience. IPS is a charter high school that prepares you for college, and during my time there, I have made great friends and have loved many of the teachers that helped me throughout my time. They cared about their students, and while there are some things I might disagree with, IPS will always have a place in my heart.
It was a overall terrible school. Some teachers were great but the education and the rest of the faculty sucked.
Well, what I loved about Imagine Prep is the small school setting and environment that came along with it. It was a very fun atmosphere for a charter school and I had a lot of great teachers that had a good relationships with the students.
The school is awesome. Because of the teachers it helped my son. Graduate early and decide what he likes and wants to do for a career. I’m so happy we found imagine prep.
For a small school, it has a lot to offer! There are many extracurricular and co-curricular activities that a student can get involved in, whether you're interested in benefiting the community around you through the National Honor Society or would like to join a Junior Varsity or Varsity team. However, if you want your athletic talents to be noticed, you should consider attending a larger school. Imagine Prep Superstition is committed to your success and will provide the necessary resources for you to succeed. The school's top priority is to ensure college readiness. Juniors and Seniors are eligible to attend EVIT, take dual enrollment courses and may take AP classes if they choose to do so. A down side to the school's size is the lack of AP classes to select from. The school has a close-knit community, where you know practically everyone by name; you can develop close relationships with both your peers and the faculty.
I like the values that are taught, the teachers are amazing and the close knit environment with the small classes. Going to school at Imagine is like going to see your extended family.
Even though it is a relatively small school in Apache Junction I really liked it. The staff are very nice, and are almost always available to help students learn inside and outside the classroom. The classes are a good size, about 20 to 30. The athletics are always winning state championships especially wrestling and cheer! However you don’t get as much amenities compared to some other bigger public high schools. It’s a small school with a relatively small budget, but I still highly recommend it.
They have amazing staff and I believe that it is a great school. One thing I think they should implement is more programs for the students so they are able to grow in an environment that allows room for all interests.
I was new to the school but everyone was so welcoming and it's a good environment to adjust with different languages and different cultures.
I graduated from this school in 2015 however, it was a pretty decent school and the teachers were awesome. The only thing was it was super small and everyone knew everyone...literally..
Imagine Prep Superstition is a very small school with very good curriculum. This school id good for more one on one if students need or ask for it. This high school is very good with college readiness. The teachers really care for the students, and they want students to succeed and graduate. There are some opportunities in the school but obviously not as much as a public school. Clubs are made if the students demand it. Students get a say when they participate in student council. Teachers are always involved as well. They connect with the students and make their high school experience better.
Attending Imagine Prep Superstition was one of the best parental decisions my mom has made. Beforehand, I was struggling with my academics and I felt as if I had no potential. My mom then decided to transfer me out into a new school the next year. It was a small charter school but it made the absolute best difference in my education. The teachers and faculty motivated not only me but all the students. They gave words of encouragement that will last forever. It was the first school I went to where everyone wanted you to succeed and I loved that. If there was one change I would liked to see be made, it’s to grow the school. Imagine Prep was an already great experience for me and so many others but if they added more electives for students it’d be even better.
This school is made out to be an extremely college-centered school. However, they are more focused on sports than academics and show much favoritism toward athletes than they do the academically gifted. There is soon going to be a change in administration, which I hope will change the atmosphere of the school.
Lots of emphasis on sports. The AP classes were not a challenge at all, except for AP Bio. AP Language and Literature were as lenient as regular English classes, and it reflected in my scores. The math department is fantastic, as is the science. Not a lot of clubs or extracurricular opportunities. Some of the staff and faculty were unpleasant. Glad I graduated. I don't feel prepared for college at all now, even after making good grades and hard work throughout my 4 years at Imagine. Also, they don't even have a nurse's office.
I have been going to since 2014 and my experience has been amazing. The teachers there care so much about the students because they expect us all to go to college so they are always preparing us for college. They really want to see their students to succeed so they are willing to stay after school and offer individualized support. If your looking for a great high school to go to then Imagine Prep Superstition is a great option!
I have had a wonderful experience at Imagine Prep. I transferred there as a junior, and I received a lot of individualized attention that helped me succeed and prepare for college.
I would like for teachers at Imagine Prep Supersition to become more organized and challenge their students more.