Immanuel Christian School
- Private, Baptist
- RIDGECREST, CA
Immanuel Christian School Reviews
Rating 4 out of 5 31 reviews
Immanuel Christian School is a very small private school in a small town. I wish that the school would take the steps to increase their reach to students outside of the area (i.e. online learning). I also think that the school needs to put a focus on keeping students there as long as possible.
Used to be a great school, but now it seems to he falling apart. The teachers/coaches do their best, but the school has no money and very few activities.
I think it's a pretty okay school, most teachers are great and there are a lot of kids who really value the importance of education. However, other teachers and students really bring the school down causing a loss in overall students. Tuition also could be lowered to provide more opportunities for children in my community.
I liked how small our classes were because our teachers were able to help us if we did not understand a specific skill. I would like to see the school sports program go up and I would love to see more students go here. I would also like to see the tuition on the school lower because where it is now they are loosing a whole bunch of kids by high school.
The teachers are amazing. They know each student on a personal level and want to see them succeed. They teach in ways that work best for the students and are always there when someone needs help. I received a great education.
Most people at Immanuel participate in sports and clubs. There are not many options for extracurricular activities, but the ones that are offered are fun and good ways for students to get involved and build better relationships with other students.
You truly become a family at Immanuel. The classes are so small that everyone becomes friends and that doesn't stop when you get out of high school. My class still gets together from time to time to catch up with each other.
Educationally, I was very prepared to go into college courses. I found myself doing better than my peers in my college classes, and that is fully attributed to Immanuel. The education is fantastic. Socially, I was sheltered from a lot of things that surprised me when I got to college. However, being sheltered is not always a bad thing.
Immanuel is a very safe environment. There will always be a couple of students who take part in alcohol and drugs, but it stays off campus and isn't a pressure that faces students. I was never bullied at school, but I have heard a few instances of it happening. It is rare though; overall, Immanuel is great.
Most teachers really care about and are involved with the students
I attended k-12 and wouldn't change anything. Great, Christ centered environment.
Very prepared for the world of academics in college
It's a small school so everyone has an opportunity to be involved.
There is a fairly small amount of racial diversity, but the few people that are here are not looked down upon in any way. Everyone is considered equal. There might be a bit more opposition to sexual orientation, but I think people would still be treated fairly and kindly.
The teachers are very easy going and everyone gets along.
The school building is very run down
Everyone accepts everyone and everyone's friends.