John Champe High School Reviews
Rating 4.06 out of 5 186 reviews
Overall the school is great. Wish that it was a bit more diver but other than that I had a good 4 year there.
John Champe has good academics, strong sports, and a large amount of diversity. Our school spirit and student involvement are above every other school in our district. A slight issue with the school is the neglect towards the students. Throughout the years there have been multiple things changed during the day or even during pep rallies that have not been best for the students.
The teacher and staff are amazing and kind and are willing to help me reach my goal not just in school and in real life. They know how to prepare you for college.
I liked the teachers at Champe. They were very compassionate and were dedicated to helping their students succeed. However, I felt at times, they were biased towards student-athletes.
John Champe did not do much to help foster their students' education. They only set rules that would make it difficult for students who learn differently to actually excel. The school implemented classes that had no use being a part of our every day such as advisory.
John Champe is rated in the top 10% of high schools in Loudoun County Virginia. It averages a grade point average between 3.5-4.0. John Champe has the academic courses to prepare your child for college because of the AP courses if offers. Overall, I would rank John Champe as a 5.
I love Champe! There’s a lot of diversity, and the staff works hard to make students feel included. Most teachers are kind and genuinely care about students.
I’ve gone here since my Freshman year and I love it! The admin is caring and involved, there’s a huge selection of opportunities, and the atmosphere is super fun. Go knights!!!
My experience at champe was not the greatest. I have made many wonderful friends and met many different type of people. The teachers at this school lack many skills like teaching, and being fair. I would want to see this change.
John Champe was great in preparing me for college. Academics are challenging and the facility is very supportive.
I liked very few teachers. It was very clear that most had their favorite students. Most kids are very selfish and think that they are above others.
John Champe High School pushes me to be the best person I can be academically, musically, and physically(as an athlete). I love how the Administration is so supportive of music and arts and with their support, John Champe HS was able to have the biggest marching band in Virginia and become a 2 time BOA finalist. I also like how the teachers and staff are passionate about their jobs and try to create a safe and positive learning environment for their students.
Champe has been an amazing school to go to. The teachers and students there are nice, and the school has a positive environment.
John Champe offers many extracurricular options and has many different classes offered. Teachers are very friendly and peers are in a supportive environment.
Great school! Super diverse and the staff is very welcoming. Teachers are mostly helpful, but some of them in the English department are not as helpful. They have a very strong math and history department, but a bad science and english department.
I had a great experience at John Champe, the teachers are super friendly and I loved learning and playing sports here.
My year at John Champe has been quite interesting; I got involved with a couple of clubs as well as high-level math and science courses. The main thing I like about this school is that teachers will treat you with respect no matter what. I look different because I wear a turban on my head, but being at this school, that never made me feel out of place. The administrators listened to all your problems and will stick with you to solve them out. The math, science, and technology courses are heavily stressed, the teachers work at their hardest to make sure students succeed in the courses that they are teaching. Also, high-level courses are taken very seriously because they do not want to give anyone an unfair advantage. Most students here are put on a track where they will end up taking at the least one AP course before they graduate. The elective options are quite diverse and range in student interest. I liked how I was able to gain a lot of skills to apply in my future.