Meridian World School Reviews
This school is actually a good school if you want to come here to be able to handle moving onto college and getting a lot on your resume/transcript. However, what this school lacks is a connection and understanding of their students. Students here (especially 10th grade and up) are extremely stressed and unhappy and the administration does nothing to help. Well at least, the college workload won't be a surprise.
Meridian is academically challenging, and they really do care about everyone who goes to the school. However, the teachers are sometimes low quality, and there are unfair consequences for insignificant matters.
We've been here since the very first year and cannot speak highly enough about Meridian! My kids are getting the most amazing education!
The environment is very healthy. Everyone gets along and no harm is done. Very good education and teachers help out a lot.
Meridian’s staff has a lot of heart, but the admin won’t train them better in mental health scenarios. There have been multiple attempted suicides at the school. None publicized or talked about. You’d think they’d do something but they haven’t.
Meridian provides a great IB education with an interesting curriculum, a small environment, caring and dedicated teachers, involved parents, and great friends. It's a rigorous program, but teacher are always available to help. One thing they could improve would be adding more elective options in high school.
Meridian is very academically stressful, especially in the upper class grades. The academic rigor does not match the counseling services and mental health resources available to students. While the environment is generally safe, there is little diversity in that all of the students are mostly academically geared. There are very little course options, barely any extracurriculars or sports, and a general sense of mental deterioration.
The teacher genuinely care for the well being of the students including their education. Though we are not funded as well as public schools, the school still does everything they can to make the students and the school successful.
The teachers are nice, but the social setting isn't the very best. The workload is very intensive and hard to keep up with.
Classes can be tough, but teachers always help.
Diverse range of clubs, MUN is very popular here.
It's a tough curriculum, but I have learned a lot.
The teachers are amazing, accessible, and helpful.
Since we are not a fully developed public school, we do not have many things offered yet. Being a small charter school is great for academics; however, there could be more extracurricular activities and sports.
It's extremely academically challenging, but I feel beyond prepared for college.
Most teachers have such a life-changing impact on students. I could not be more grateful.
I have never felt unsafe.