Shahala Middle School
- VANCOUVER, WA
Shahala Middle School Reviews
Rating 3.82 out of 5 11 reviews
The Facilities were quite good, there was great and awful teachers as there are in many schools. Sports programs opportunities and engineering are great too!
I am currently a freshmen that went to Shahala Middle school for all three years. I liked that Shahala had a great atmosphere in classes and was able to range from a variety of different learning topics that fit the academic needs of students. What I would change is including more clubs and electives that can prepare students for high school. Overall, my experience at Shahala was hard to forget and I would recommend future middle school students to learn at the school.
The best middle school to send your kids to, went here when I was in middle school and the staff and students made it a wonderful experience. The whole school was like one big family, everyone cared about one another, and the opportunities for children are amazing, so many choices to choose from and explore.
I liked the teachers for the most part, and the 3 year experience was very fun. I got very involved with the basketball team at Shahala, and I met a ton of new friends during the 3 years I went there, that I still keep in contact with today.
Shahala offered higher level academics for all three grade levels. The teachers were all very good and the homework was manageable.
Shahala has both academic and community service clubs. NJHS was a really fun and meaningful club. Knowledge bowl was also really fun. I learned a lot from both clubs.
I had a very good experience a this school. I learned a lot and teachers were willing to teach above what was needed to be taught.
All the teachers I've had were great. They taught me a lot and prepared me well for high school. They were all very knowledgeable in the subject they taught. They made learning really fun and I really enjoyed having them as my teachers.
The most popular clubs are the HOSA and Knowledge bowl clubs. Our school has no sports so students go to other schools for them.