Princeton Community High School
- PRINCETON, IN
Princeton Community High School Reviews
Rating 3.77 out of 5 118 reviews
it’s a pretty good school overall, although through my observations and other’s experiences, favoritism happens throughout the school
I liked my teachers they are very friendly. We made it to state this year for cross country and marching band.
My time at Princeton Community High School has been very crucial to my future education. All of the teachers and counselors work very hard to do their best to prepare you for what you will need to move on with your life after high school. I have also thoroughly enjoyed all of the activities and sports that were offered to me. There are so many options and there is something for everyone here.
It's a pretty small school with nothing too exciting about it, but I believe most people don't give it enough credit for how good it is. I feel like I've been taught well enough there, aside from a few classes, and the overall environment is enjoyable to me.
Princeton Community High school is a very well rounded school with good athletics, math department, art department, as well as agriculture. One thing I would choose to comment on would be the lack of organization when it came to the Covid-19 Pandemic. Online schooling through Princeton was incredibly chaotic, with many students becoming increasingly confused as time when on. Myself being one of them. The corporation itself did not provide teachers the proper education needed to do such a feat as completely virtual schooling.
I wouldn't want to spend my high school years anywhere else. The teachers, staff, and students made my time here so enjoyable.
The teachers have really helped prepare me for college. The school itself is just a nice place to be. Its very safe, and its a nice place to spend your highschool career at. Also, the activities provided at the school ar worth getting involved in.
When I first moved up here from Texas Freshman year, I thought it was a big school and I had anxiety. Then I started making friends and accelerating in my classes and I guess you could say I kind of liked school. Overall, it seems to be a pretty smart school and I don't regret going here.
I am currently a Junior and am having my best year ever. The teachers are all highly motivated and truly care about your success in life. The coaches in all the athletics push you to be the best you can be. I would definitely recommend this school if you are moving into the area. The high school is not very old and is updated to help us better prepare for college. I would definitely like to see the school expand the opportunities for more technical trades. There are many students that would benefit with those classes to be better prepared for the jobs in our area. Overall it’s a great school!
Princeton Community High School is a very nice learning campus. The teachers and staff are all around nice and friendly. They will always work with you to make sure you're understanding the material and lessons. The guidance department is also very helpful when it comes to just needing someone to talk to or needing help figuring out what you need to do about classes and making sure students are on track to graduate.
I love the experiences I have had a Princeton Community High School. I have had the honor of being Co-president of Junior and Senior class and also played baseball and football. Being involved is a big thing for Princeton and they want everyone to feel included. I wish we had a wider variety of class, but they have been taking steps to add more classes.
I loved how involved Princeton is and the goal of making their students education their first priority. I would enjoy seeing more funding towards the music and art department because the school is heavily focused on sports.
Princeton Community High School is a great school with small classes and amazing teachers who are willing to help students when they need it. The choice in the type of classes are small because the student body isn't very big, but what is offered is interesting and engaging. Also all students are encouraged to get involved with school clubs, activities, and athletics, as well as getting involved in the community.
PCHS is a good school, but lacks help for lgbtq+ students. The school has good academics, great counselors, and the faculty are kind. They care about their students.
Strong favoring towards the black students, especially the athletes. AP math teacher sucks at preparing his students for AP tests (60% pass nationwide, he has a 0% pass rate) Spanish teacher doesnt know what hes doing, they just hired him because he’s Puerto Rican (he used to be a middle school gym teacher in Puerto Rico).
It was quite an amazing four years, every year had gotten more interesting. Senior year was by far the best year to remember, best teachers and most exciting year. Nothing was more exciting than graduating and dressing up for prom feeling like a real princess.
I feel that PCHS has been a good school. The teachers for the most part are good at teaching. The sports program needs a little help in the coaching area, some of the coaches do not all know how to coach they rely on the kids to do it themselves and they play favorites. They have a good music program. Over all it has been a good school.