Lake George Junior/Senior High School Reviews
Rating 3.93 out of 5 29 reviews
The school is small and not culturally diverse. It has a great, involved community and college readiness expectations.
Lake George is a great school with many activities for anyone to enjoy. Sports in Lake George is a huge part of the school so if you plan to attend Lake George I would suggest playing a sport.
As my Senior year has been cut short by the pandemic I look back at the last 6 years spent at Lake George Junior/Senior High School. I can honesty say that my years attending there have been wonderful. I was allowed to interact socially, academically and emotionally with everyone. Not being able to finish the last few months have made me heartbroken from missing my classes, teachers and the many friends I have had over the years. I have not only gained the skills and education to become successful but I have been taught by the wonderful staff that my future will need for me to continue in college. I have felt part of a "family" at Lake George and I will never forget my time there. I am now ready to start new experiences and aim for success thanks to LAKE GEORGE HIGH SCHOOL!!
My academic experience at Lake George has been incredible. I'm currently a junior and have been a member of the community since second grade. I've always been appreciative of my school and where I live. However, during this pandemic my appreciation has merely grown. They genuinely have the students in mind and want the best for every ones future. The school is very small, and this allowed me to literally grow up with the people around me. Everyone knows each other personally, and I feel like the school is just a big family. I know this is uncommon and would probably be my favorite thing about the school. With that being said, there's not much diversity at Lake George. It's defiantly been a goal of theirs to expand the diversity. I hope to see them achieve this in the future!
Lake George Jr/Sr High School provided an amazing educational experience. Lake George is a Public School but provides a private school education! Amazing opportunities for academic, artistic and athletic events. Should be rated #1 as far as I am concerned!
The Lake George Junior/Senior High School has a lot to offer, including updated technology, small class sizes, and well informed and helpful staff members. The one thing that would be most beneficial to the Lake George Central School District is increased diversity. There is an apparent lack of cultural diversity, both in the school and the surrounding area, that would benefit from experiences from a variety of other cultures.
There are lots of opportunities because there are so many clubs. There are the perfect number of students in each class so you never feel left out. Teachers are very personable.
Lake George is a private public school. about 200 students. Great teachers, administration is superior. Great college readiness. Teachers really know you and care about you.
Lake George has pretty good teachers, with plenty of opportunities, clubs, and sports for the students to participate in. The school itself is a nice building with good facilities and is in a good town.
I have been at Lake George CSD since the age of 5 and I am going to graduate in 7-8 months. I have loved everything about Lake George. I love how small it is and everyone knows everyone. Every teacher knows you by name by the time you are a senior and that makes me like all the teachers care about us. I just love the close-knit community Lake George is and I am proud to call it my home.
I feel that Lake George Jr/Sr high school is a great place to attend. The school is safe and very welcoming. The guidance department is great and is willing to help at any time. The only major complaint I have about Lake George is that I had relatively low college readiness. Only two classes in my high school experience attempted to prepare students for college. Other than that students are taught very helpful skills to finish high school successfully.
Teaching is generally of high quality.
I do not believe that many students accept change and other diversities that may exist outside of their own. One only "diversity" club/organization exists with a small number of members.
The sports participation is better, however the athletic facilities are slim for students who wish to be come active independently.
I personally have never ate a lunch at my school due to the fact that they cannot accommodate for my lifestyle as a vegetarian or have a variety of healthy food options.
I would choose this school again for the small size and easy way to personalize and become known amongst the staff.
Most controversial politices are not handled by teachers and issues such as bullying, dress code, and attendance are only pet peeves of some teachers and parents whereas the rest are not concerned.