James W. Mitchell High School Reviews
Rating 3.73 out of 5 524 reviews
The staff is very nice and I've always enjoyed it, I love the band program and it has been extremely welcoming since day one and on.
It would have been more helpful to have information on the college application process before senior year. Students should be encouraged to explore different majors.
I liked that my daughter was able to participate in the AP Capstone program. I would change that there are not theater offerings any longer. They removed all theater and musical theater classes to another high school. It seems like all they are concerned with it their band :(
My experience at James W. Mitchell High school was life-changing. It gave e so many new opportunities that lead me to my future career. I gained life-long friends, time- management skills, and so much more.
I attend this school all 4 years of high school. Overall it was a great school. I wish there was a little more college prep.
My overall Experience at J W Mitchell High School was very good throughout the diversity of the school and amount of care of education to help others grow is amazing everyday I learn some thing new. Mitchell high school has taught me and what I will take with me to the real world is to always have integrity ,respect ,responsibility and kindness towards my peers.
Throughout my four years of being at Mitchell High School, I have been really impressed with the attention to detail by everyone. I have always loved the classes that I take, but I noticed how much the school cared for its students whenever I saw them hire someone to sand down the sidewalks. This was a major issue when passing classes and I along with many others fell over due to these little bumps in the sidewalk. Many people may not have noticed this and only look at their individual teachers as a representation of the whole school, but I see the little things that are done to make students lives easier
I loved JWMHS. All of the teachers I had were caring and funny. This is one of the best schools in Pasco County and all kids want to come to this school. Our football team and athletics teams are great and always go to state. The administration that I had was very caring and always involved with us. They were always concerned about our safety no matter where we went. I made some great friends my 4 years here and some of them will be my friends forever. I made lots of great memories at Mitchell! Go Mustangs!!!
My experience at J.W mitchell high school has been outstanding. I have had the best teachers possible helping me to move further through life. They have all taught me such valuable lessons I would not have wanted to go to any other high school.
I like that james w mitchell has a lot of extra curricular activities and that the teachers and overall staff are friendly and that they made me feel welcomed when i first came to the school. One thing that i hope changes is the cleanliness of the boys bathroom, it could be much cleaner.
It's a good high school. Teachers legitimately care that students do well and there are plenty of clubs and extracurriculars to get involved with.
The teachers are amazing and very involved in their lesson plans and teaching. Teacher here try to help as much as they can, you just have to let them know if you are struggling. There is tutoring in the library for free if needed. The campus has a one floor open court concept that makes fining classes easy to find.
What I really loved about Mitchell is that the teachers are determined to help students. And they also have excellent academic programs and the school is very safe.
It has amazing teachers and staff. Everyone is very understanding. Very accepting to new students. Doesn't really have a dress code.
The school-organized events and activities were great fun to be a part of as well as the student-organized events.
My experience at James W. Mitchell was very memorable. I met many people along the way, learned life lessons, and had great learning opportunities.
I liked meeting new people and making new friends at the sports games, and through clubs/ school activities. I liked being a part of the medical academy and given the opportunity most other high schoolers aren't given.