South Fork High School
- STUART, FL
South Fork High School Reviews
Rating 3.73 out of 5 414 reviews
As a freshman i'm still new to high school experience, but to be hones i think that my high school experience if great, since they have a veterinary, agriculture, nursing, and a ROTC program which is amazing since not all school have wonderful programs like that. The teachers are great there, it's nice to mingle with others students and classmates. the Principle is very nice and motivates everyone to do great and take care of themselves since of Covid-19. In overall i believe my high school experience is great and hope it stay like that tell my graduation year .
I just moved to this school, therefore, I have an outside view on things here, with that said I can say that this is not a bad school. Although the people here are not really diverse some of them are fun and cool, the sports here are average but the people in the sports and the excitement that people get from the sports are amazing. The academics are average, however, this is based on the classes that I take so if I took other ones that perspective could change. Overall it is an average school, I'd say up on the higher register of average.
South Fork is such a great South Florida high school, and I am proud to be a Bulldog Alum. The teachers and staff strive for your success, and are the most kindhearted people I have ever learned from.
I don't feel as if the teachers valued creativity and self-management very much, however, the school was fantastic with spirit and coming up with fun activities. Also, the school allowed me to participate in the dual enrollment program and earn an associate's degree while in high school.
I loved my guidance counselor Mrs. Patterson, the majority of my experience at this school was interacting via appointments with my guidance counselor or communicating via email. My junior and senior year I was full time dual enrollment, so I did not actually attend the high school much. My sophomore year I had a full high school course load, and overall I really enjoyed it. My teachers were all really nice, and my personal favorite was the theatre classes. Mrs. Bryan was super nice and the theatre group at this school is super friendly and fun to be around. 10/10 would recommend this school.
South Fork is a pretty decent school I like the students it was very easy to make friends and some of the teachers do a very good job at teaching.
South Fork High School is average at best. The teachers have more school spirit than the students...
My experience with south fork has been pretty average. It is a pretty good school where I've been able to learn and accomplish a lot. I also met many great people as well as my partner. I rate it a four star due to the lack of school spirit and not being able to experience a true fun high school experience due to many restrictions. I am just grateful to have been able to attend this south fork.
The school handled moving online relatively well, however it lacks funding. Books and other supplies are not available and if supplies are present they are falling apart.
The bathrooms are not too clean but other than that the facilities are nice. Most teachers are pretty nice but there are a few teachers who give way too much work and overwhelms their students. Good sports however all school money goes to the football team so other sports have to raise money for themselves.
I spent some of the best and worst times at this school. This place overall allowed me to make the decision to enlist and serve my country. The teachers were more than just instructors to me, but people who I could look up to.
One thing that I like about South Fork is that everyone is really nice. From the teachers to the students, I have had an overall great time since I started there freshman year. Another thing that I like about South Fork is that not only do the academic advisors help with keeping their students grades above average, but the administration helps too. By advising and pushing their students to do the best that they can in any possible way goes to show that the teachers and administration are dedicated to their students.
The teachers care A lot about the kids. The cafeteria food is not bad. The students are nice in the facility is clean and well taken care of. We are also one of the few schools to have a three hole golf course at our school.
I like that the teachers and staff really know you and want to help. I was a dual enrolled student and spent time on and off campus, but was amazed at how many staff members knew me and stopped to talk with me. The students are also very friendly and it's easy to get involved even if you don't know people coming into the school. I was a transfer student but quickly got involved in clubs and even became Vice President of the Student Body and I am introverted. The guidance counselors helped me with my class choice and my schedule as a dual enrollment student. I am so happy that I transferred and became a Bulldog!
South Fork's IB Program is a the best educational program they offer. The teachers are supportive and give good guidance and resources for the future beyond high school. It has well prepared me for college and aside from gaining a lot of college credits through the program, I also learned many skills that have been very beneficial to me in college that I would not have gained except through this excellent program.
So I did the IB program at South Fork, which is very different from the mainstream education at South Fork. My rating might differ from someone who went through the mainstream program, so keep that in mind. I personally loved my high school experience and probably wouldn't change anything if I could. My graduating class is around 490, but there are only 53 of us in the IB program. This created a strong bond between my peers and we didn't often deal with bullying or drama. My teachers were all very good, and I could tell they cared about my education. However I did feel like the administration and guidance could've stepped it up, but then again I didn't really seek them out. South Fork also did well in sports, I saw various sports go to districts and regionals during my time here. Our Arts are fantastic, with out Drama putting on major productions and our Chorus going to international events. However I will saw the band at South Fork leaves a lot to desire.
I was in the IB program at South Fork, and it was really valuable for college readiness and academics. South Fork could use changes in a lot of its policies, such as dress code violations and tardiness violations. For dress code, administration is very strict. In regards to tardiness, if you are late to class twice, you get detention and then suspended. What I learned is that missing a whole day of school is better than being late. Completely backwards!