Jay High School Reviews
Jay High school is small town high school with not a lot of budget to its name, and it shows. It's old, the hallways are dark due to poor lighting and the walls are brick all around the school. However, the teachers and faculty are friendly to the students and are always willing to help. They put in overtime for the students, making sure they understand the material and are willing to work with them.
I liked my time there. I've been living in Jay all of my life. The people there are kind and caring. Though there is very little diversity in race.
Jay Public Schools is very inclusive. As a very cultural diverse enviornment, students always have a place. From cultural clubs to extracurricular activities. Jay High School is full of excellent leadership. The teachers at Jay High School are eager to see their students succeed.
I liked a lot of the teachers I had. They helped me be the best I could be and taught me a lot. But the school should focus a little more on the mental health of students. There are way too many kids forced to deal with mental illness without having proper resources available to them and made known about
I like Jay high school. it was a fun time. We had awesome pep rallies! Great band players! It was a lot of fun! The only thing I would change would be our academics. Our academics is not very good. I am a little nervous not knowing if i’ll make it through college. I will definitely push myself though. Hard work pays of they always say.
If you're looking for an average school with a welcoming atmosphere, Jay High School is perfect. There aren't many clubs or activities, but whatever you choose, they will take you in like family and help you to grow. If you take school seriously and take every opportunity you're presented, you can grow here and find yourself.
Jay schools have a really good staff. Each staff member has each students learning capabilities in mind as they teach. The only thing I would change is the appreciation for marching band as a sport. It takes so much dedication and the athletes need to realize the work band puts in.
My High School experience is one I'll not soon forget. I would much rather attend a small and close knit school like this, rather than a large city school.
I enjoyed attending Jay High School, my only wish would be that we had more resources and funding available for our district so that we as students could compete on a national level. Jay is very poor economically and is not able to provide the funding necessary to sustain quality teachers and academics.
All four year of high school has been a blast for me. Everyone is so nice and everyone has respect for one another. What I like about Jay is that we are a small town and everyone knows one another. The thing I would like to see change at Jay is parent involvement. Parents don't get to involve in a lot of activities at Jay.
Jay High School is a wonderful school in a very small town. Thanks to being in a small community, we tend to grow very close to each other and care about one another deeply. We also don't have to worry about a lot of violence or disputes between one another as much as other schools would. Overall, we're simply a small school that makes a big impact.
This school shaped me into a great person. Many great memories
My experience at Jay High School is great! Everyone is so accepting and understanding here, we all consider each other as family! Here at Jay High School, bullying is definitely NOT tolerated! and our principal always does a good job at disciplining students to choose that path. Our counselor is also very helpful, she is always giving out great advices on college. I'd choose to attend this school again if I had a choice.
You have no choice but to get the main meal if you go in the lunch line, but if you don't then you'll have to fish out some money for the vending machines with nothing but healthy snacks in it that taste like dirt. And chips, but the chips are actually kind of good.
The administration that I know it ok, the ones that I don't know, I hope I never meet. Especially the ones on the school board. The Principals are helpful and make an effort to appear to us students every day. The dress code is a bit like a Catholic schools but lags when it's a favorite student.
The coaches will by new uniforms every year for new students, even if the money would be better used fixing and replacing the broken bats and lost softballs.
A good amount of teachers go above and beyond to know their students and most retain friendly relations with their previous pupils.