Plano High School Reviews
I would like to see teachers more engaged, along with Administrators more active & a school who focuses on their students, not their numbers.
The people at PHS keep going to school interesting and the hall monitors and most teachers make close connections with their students to make class enjoyable. However, there are still teachers that do not know how to teach properly. Although those teachers did not last more than a year, they still robbed many students of a credit by not being terminated sooner.
I have learned a lot during my time at Plano High School. It has been an adventure and while there have been some bad times, it was overall a good time. I like most of the teachers and how involved they are with the students because it makes me learn more and feel apart of the class. I would like to see more involvement with the student body because it would strengthen the unity of the school and teach kids more than just academics.
I have gone to Plano all four years and I liked it. My class size is less than 200 hundred students and everyone knows each other. The teachers are really helpful and are really good at finding various ways to teach something.
I'm a current senoir at Plano High, and over the years there has been a lot of change, both negative and positive. School spirit has gone down, athletic performance has gone down. Other than all the negatives that have gone around, some positives of the school are the various clubs that make a big difference in the school, such as the National Hispanic Institute and National Honors Society.
Plano High School has a very wide range of courses to choose from. They have a wide range of classes for the average student but also have a wide range for students who excel at academics. The staff are very well trained in the course work and are always available to help students out. There are many opportunities for extra-curricular activities, with either sports, service hours in the community, clubs. Overall, its a very well rounded school.
Plano is a good school, once they give all team players recognition it will be great. Also some of the teachers they have are great but some are mean stricken, for example you should not tell any kid that they will never amount to anything, if anything encouraged them to a challenge of what they like best about school.
I'd like to see the school more focuses on the needs of the student rather than focusing so much on AP classes to the point where they are forcing students to take those classes.
I love my experience at Plano High School. The fact that the school is small makes it easy to get help if needed. A lot of the students have a close academic relationship with their teachers. School Events are fun to go to and watch how competitive our teams are. What I don't like about Plano High School is most of the focus on sports is on Football. I like how the teachers know when something doesn't seem right with you and they pull you to the side and ask if you are okay. They stay after school to help the students with homework or anything they need help with. I love the relationship between the students and the teachers. They make going to school fun.
The fact that this school is small makes it easy to get help if needed and it makes one feel safe. Also most of the students have closer academic relationships with their teachers which helps with the learning processes. Also school events are fun to attend during free time.
The teachers are very caring and respectful of the students. They stay fairly consistent and keep the interest of the students. Some teaching style however are harder to understand and follow along with, meaning some teachers do not give as much direction as need. They are normally always willing to help if students need it though.
It's a small school, so there aren't many options for classes. Also, they're too greedy to get off of the obviously crappy "Michelle Obama" lunch system. They'd rather rely on government subsidies than make some real food for their kids.
Teachers care about the students, and are open to supplying extra help if needed.
This school is pretty good in the drug and safety policy but when it comes to verbal bullying I think teachers kind of brush it off and they think it's just kids joking around. Now a days you will most likely hear kids joke around by calling eachother names but I think the teachers need to learn the difference between joking around and hurtful stuff being said to one another
Plano High School provides a variety of extracurricular activities and they could be fun or challenging but I strongly believe it depends on the person. If you join a club or activity and get involved right away by talking to people and communicating them you are guaranteed a great time but if you get involved and come in acting shy and distant then you are going to hate it and quit immediately.
everything here just sucks in general
We only usually have one police officer, which is good because this school usually doesn't have anything wrong for the officer to interrupt