Princeton Senior High School Reviews
Had two children graduate from this school. The Tigers Marching Band is one of the best. My son enjoyed every moment of it.
I like the classes that are offered, but I would like to see some of the staff change. The food is very terrible. They do not offer a lot of extracurricular activities. The administration is terrible. They do handle bullying well at all.
I liked the diversity of PSHS and all the activities for students but I didn't like how strict the administration was and I didn't like that there wasn't really much professionalism when it came to academic counseling.
I like the teachers and the environment. Jrotc with Sargent Lucas is my escape from all the normal class work. What I would like to see changed is the favoritism and also the way bullying gets handled. We need to do more to stop the bullying in schools
Princeton high school is a great place for student too learn & a great place for them to be college ready .
At Princeton Senior High School you will get the education need to prepare you for a college life. The school is a very involved school with the community and other schools and people in need. Princeton has good sport teams and always cheer their players on. One thing I would change is the bullying of students. Its not a lot but it happens everywhere wheter we know it or not.
Princeton Senior High School has a good atmosphere for teaching and setting kids up for greatness. All the teachers there are willing to help there students with school, college readiness, and life. And I thank them for that.
Princeton Senior High school is a great high school with amazing teachers and personnel. Highly recommend.
I loved Princeton Senior High School. The staff and student body is my second family. I’m in a number of clubs and I’ve played soccer my whole life. I couldn’t ask for a better school.
My parents can't be a part in scheduling my report card. Teachers are easy to get a hold of when asking questions online. Administration shows an overall lack of concern in the majority of students future. Club are always trying to make the school better and more fun for students.
PSHS is an exceptional school. The faculty and staff goes above and beyond in order to ensure we receive the best education possible. My experience with the students has been positive. They are really nice. I have always been able to take the classes needed to stay on track with my future goals.
My experience at Princeton Senior High School has been immensely successful and stupendous. My main reason for the wonderful years at this high school would have to be the Tiger Marching and Concert Band. With Mrs. Julie Kade as a band director I have grown, not only in my musical abilities, but also in my personality and character. She has proven to be a magnificent role model, and I will forever be in gratitude towards her and my time together with her. After this school year, she has officially retired, but her mark will forever remain on the school and West Virginia itself. Other than her, I have had mutiple teachers who completely submerged themselves into the school and their curriculum. I have been on the Honors and AP Path since freshman year, and those teachers have exceeded my expectations by providing such focus and support throughout the semester. I have already learned so much throughout my time there, and cannot wait to learn more this upcoming school year.
I loved attending this school. They have high academic standards and athletics. They have the students best interest at heart all the time. PSHS thrives to see students succeed.
I gave it a four star because the school seems to be improving. When I first started attending there we never had pep rally's and lost our school spirit but slowly they are bringing that back. They are also starting to offer new credit opportunities and trying to help us plan for our futures more.
My experience at Princeton High School was overwhelmingly fun. The teachers worked very hard with all the students.
As a graduate of Princeton, I realize how dilapidated the school is. It is just like a prison and faculty treat students as if they were prisoners. The school does not offer a large variety of courses and the school is not good with its organization- didn't even get my rank right, not even in the yearbook!
I have went to Princeton since I was a freshman and have liked it since. I've taken every class I asked for and usually you don't get what you want. The teachers are very helpful in doing what they need to get you to pass. The only thing I dislike about the school is how nasty the bathrooms are or how they can get.
I often find the work load to be overwhelming, but I do take multiple AP classes per semester, so it is harder for me than most students.
Everyone at my school knows how everyone elseacts morally because they are not ashamed to hide it. These are topics that come up often.
My ninth grade year I was involved iin Key Club. The leader of this group was super sweet and extremely passionate about it. I had to give it up because of my schedule.