Jo Byrns High School Reviews
Rating 3.71 out of 5 35 reviews
Overall, I have had an average experience at Jo Byrns High School. I like that the school has a tight-knit, mostly friendly atmosphere, and how the teachers make sure to work closely and personally with students to help them understand the material. Since Jo Byrns is a small school, however, there is not enough funding for certain resources, and not enough of the said funding contributes to the arts, in my opinion. The population of the small towns around Jo Byrns also makes it a predominantly white school. Additionally, the low student number eliminates the possibility of certain classes and opportunities being offered. Despite these location setbacks, though, Jo Byrns prepares students in many ways for college, such as offering advanced classes, providing ACT prep help, and effectively encouraging self-advocacy among students.
I loved the small school atmosphere. There was never any dramas and everybody knew everybody. Knew all the teachers and were able to keep close contact and enjoy time. All administration and teachers were very helpful in preparing us for further learning and careers.
Jo Byrns is a very good high school. You know every one really well and if your new it does not take long at all for you to fit in. We are a very welcoming school. We have grown up with mostly everyone our entire life and went to school together our entire life. Everyone is close and very friendly. The teachers are great and they teach you a lot.
The staff is very helpful and kind and always ready to hear your concerns and assist to the best of their abilities. The student body is diverse and overall very friendly and supportive of each other.
I love that the classes are small so the teachers can give more attention to each individual student.
Very close knit and small school community. Everyone is close and knows each other. Could use more opportunities considering its a small school but does its best to offer equal opportunities for all students.
Doesnt prepare you for college at all. If you have a choice to go to Springfield high school, go. Jo byrns is awful.
Jo Byrns high school was a good high school but had very little opportunities for growth. Dual enrollment and middle college programs are allowed there though.
I loved my small school setting. Everyone knew everyone’s name and I loved being a red devil. But the downside was just the same, everyone knows everything and was all in everyone’s business. I loved my teachers, as they all pushed me to do my best.
This is a very simple website to maneuver and the possibility to win money towards my future education is very exciting.
I have never been scared to go to school.
There is plenty of clubs for everyone
It is a small school with a family atmosphere
The admistators are extremely helpful during the school day, and have an open-door policy.
There are the average sports options at my school. Football for the most part is the sport in which most people attend games.
I love Jo Byrns High school. It is a tiny school which most would not have heard of but contains a family like atmosphere.
The cafeteria receives exceptional ratings on cleanness, and the lack of variety is not their fault it is a county issue.