Technical Senior High School Reviews
Rating 3.72 out of 5 130 reviews
The facility is all pretty new, nice and clean. They have security walking around the school for safety reasons. There's a nice variety of courses to take and the teachers aren't mean. You aren't allowed to use any devices unless the teacher gives permission or it's lunch time
I recently graduated from Tech High School. The overall experience at the school was amazing. A lot of teachers take the time to understand their students and help them when they are lacking in a specific area. The clubs are amazing. I was involved in Link Crew. We were to show the upcoming freshmen what high school was all about. They really depended on us at that time. There are so many different languages that you can learn. One thing I'd change about Tech High School is limit the amount of homework teachers give out. There are some that don't realize outside of school, students have other things to do. Going straight to work after school and coming home at 10pm and realizing you have 4 hours of homework to do is way too harsh on a students body.
I like that my school is diversely populated. I have liked the sports I've been involved in. The culture of our sports are awesome.
I like how tech is a very diverse setting. However, some of the counselors at the school are unresponsive and slow.
Tech is a very good school on many different levels. Like any school, it has it’s flaws as well. Overall, I enjoyed going to school there and I believe it’s a good place for people to be.
My experience at Tech high school was really good and a lot of changes occurred in the last year of my being there. The courses were for the most part rigorous and the sport were very fun and a good connection to the school and the people involved. What needed to change was the atmosphere of the school as a whole, as towards the end kids became more destructive and stopped listening to instructions. There were a few fights but overall my experience at Tech was one to remember with our new school and new facilities.
Great school, bad rep from community sometimes due to fights. Good academics but pretty bad xenophobia sometimes.
I personally had a great experience at Tech High School! I loved most of my teachers, received a stellar education, and enjoyed my experiences with sports teams and clubs. While there is occasionally some violence, I usually feel extremely safe and comfortable being there. I loved the large public school feel and the appreciate the diversity a lot! I feel prepared for college and my future thanks to Tech!
I been a tech student for 3 years, two in the old tech and one in the new tech. I had two very different experiences with tech, but I am mostly going to focus on the new tech since that is the experience you'll be in. When I came to the new tech on the first day, it felt new and different to the old tech. The school was more simplistic than the old tech. However while the school looked great, it did not work in practice and there were two key design flaws which failed the school. One was the windows which are plastered in every classroom causing distractions for students and another was the hallway between the exit doors and the cafeteria which clumped students together raising the possibility of fights to break out. 2019-2020 school year was especially bad for tech. Some freshmen were feisty and were the ones who would want to fight. There were some changes the school made, but those are yet to have an impact. Otherwise the staff and students were great.
Tech hight school is a new school which has been just built, it has everything, the teachers are nice. It is full of joy, curiosity, hope, knowledge, and constant change. there are small little problems sometimes but we take care of it.
I love playing sports with my friends and the academic choices are great! I also love the brand new school! The only thing I wish to see differently is how the school staff handles people that misbehave. I wish we didn't have to deal with so many fights. Also, sports at this school need to start taking things seriously and making sure they're getting kids to that next level.
i would like to see changes made between staff and student relationships and the Administration being honest with students.
My experience with Technical Senior High School has been mainly positive. My superiors have all encouraged me and tried to make my learning experiences as seamless as possible. While I did not love every teacher I had, this says more about myself than my teachers. They all bring their work home with them and come prepared to teach students as they see fit. I have experienced extreme flexibility with the sports I am in and have found connections in my peers that are very important to me.
Tech High school is a very diverse school, this is challenging because many it is hard to co-exist with cultures that are different, and learning to get along as a whole. Tech high school has kids who get straight A's and follow the rules and get no praise because the school is focused on praising the bad kids for small megar acts, which the regular students follow everyday. This school feels very unsafe there are many gangs that have rivalries. I chose to do pseo because i was very unsatisfied with my high school experience.
I would like to see the classes focus more on making sure students know how to apply what they learn instead of making sure we memorize. The staff and teachers are pretty nice though.
I like everything about this school. It has great resources and teachers. They are also different clubs and activities that you can enter. The teachers are always ready to help whenever you want. The food is good but sometimes it is not that good but they apologize by making great food the next day. The students in the school are also friendly. The Administration built a new building for the school which makes everything you do in the school better.
I truly enjoyed my time at Tech. One way the school can improve is decreasing class sizes in order for a more one-on-one bonding experience can be created to benefit the student greatly with their educational career.