Saint Pauls High School
- SAINT PAULS, NC
Saint Pauls High School Reviews
Rating 3.46 out of 5 104 reviews
Really enjoyed the school and the teachers that I had. The principal at the time was very understanding and made sure students understood their purpose there while getting an education. Gym was well kept and locker rooms were spacious. We had great sports teams whether it was basketball, baseball, tennis, volleyball, and/or even rotc.
I mean it is school so how much could you like it, but if I were to go to any school it would be mine. All of my teachers are really helpful and the friendships I have made at this school will never be forgotten. I also play sports there and I love all of my team mates and coaches and wouldn’t want to go to any other school.
I liked my school. The thing I would like to see changed is rules applied fairly to everyone. Boys tend to get away with things girls can't get away with. Some coaches do not have to abide by the rules while others do. Overall I felt like my teachers cared about my future, but I felt like I was just another number to the guidance staff until my senior year.
My experience at Saint Paul's High School overall has been a good one. I have grown so much due to the teachers caring and actually helping me. I thank the teachers so much for helping me become the young lady I am. The one thing that I don't just like but love about Saint Paul's High School it's that it is very diverse. Anybody can fit in. Nobody has to worry about not "fitting in." There's always a place for someone. Something that I would like to see change would be the importance that counselors put in and also the favoritism towards certain sports.
I liked how small the school was. I also liked the sports, and how we all became part of a family at St.Paul’s.
I have had an average experience here at St. Paul’s. I played sports all four years and participated in nhs but I wish there was more to offer. There are not a lot of classes that was offered when I was in school that was offered at other schools. A lot of the classrooms need to be updated and I wished the chemistry lab was actually functioning where students could do labs or even learn how to use a microscope.
I wish that the school could have provided more information for college scholarships for students and parents. I don't feel as if my child got the best experience being that this was her senior year. This was affected due to COVID-19. We did not experience prom, track and project graduation. Her GPA was affected which cause her to be one point short of having a 3.0 GPA. It was not the best but I feel that it could have been.
Saint Pauls High School was for me overall average. The school is small compared to others. The good thing is that you know the majority of the people that make up the school. I enjoyed my time in saint pauls high school. The teachers were kind and like all other students I have my favorite teachers that helped me throughout my high school experience.
Not all teachers strive for success. The school is not challenging enough for those who want or seek success. The students, some students are careless and that’s doesn’t help lift students up. Some of the teachers are not very appreciative of culture diversity and the counsels do not help students. There are barely any advanced placement classes which is not very great.
Saint Paul’s high school is a good learning environment. The teachers there are amazing. They always push students and even force the “no child left behind”. Teachers are willing to work with students even with students that may have major disabilities. The surrounding over all is very positive and is very friendly to others. I graduated from there in June 2019. It has definitely shaped me as a person. I learned everyday that I went to class. I was able to develop ways into speaking up and communicating well with others.
My experience at St. Paul's High school has been not too difficult. From my freshmen year to my senior year a lot has changed as in the administration being more strict on students. They definitely make us follow the school handbook which is the best thing. I have not got into any trouble in school either so it has been a breeze for me. Most teachers here are amazing that is why I love this school because the teachers always have your back and ae here if you ever need to talk. They also help you out if you are going through a hard time at home.
While attending Saint Pauls High School I enjoyed the environment and teachers. I was also challenged by the college prep and readiness courses they did offer. One thing I would like to see change is more involvement by the faculty in all clubs and sports on campus not just the select few (ffa, football, etc.).
Is a small school but students have a lot to learn, is a school with a great diversity of race. Al though it probably would be good if they could add some classrooms so they can add some classes since there is not enough space to have a variety of classes like they do in other schools of the county.
Saint Pauls High is a great school, the teachers are great and there are great students in this school. I am able to learn fast and be one on one with a teacher.
St Pauls High School is a pretty good school. I mean, it's not the best school around. It's pretty below average concerning grades and stuff. But this school does okay and it survives. It has a pretty diverse group of people. It's cool, though.
Saint Pauls High School is a good school to attend. There are many teachers that advice young people to achieve and to keep pushing through whatever the circumstances are. Personally, being part of St Pauls High makes me feel like I can achieve anything.
Saint Pauls High School is a great school to attend. They prepared me academically by allowing me to push myself and not just stay in my comfort zone. They offer many organizations that allow you to grow into the person you want to become, before entering the real world-my favorite being FFA. I had amazing teachers-including Jason Bullock, Angela Ivey, James Goins, Kayla Parnell, and others-that helped me by challenging me academically. I can honestly say that I don't think I would be prepared for college without them and I wouldn't change anything about Saint Pauls High.