True North Rochester Preparatory Charter School Reviews
Rating 3.5 out of 5 4 reviews
The education and college prep is greatly beneficial to students, however the negligence of the staff on the mental health of students presents an issue. Along with teachers not knowing how to deal with or help students in serious personal issues in life doesn't present the best support system.
Rochester Prep made me feel as if I was a robot and I never got to experience what it means to be a high school student. College was just drilled into my head from the start and the classes were strictly academic. We did not have any arts programs that were actually enjoyable and a cool down because it was just to look good for the public by having such hard courses. The teachers rarely give you and voice and when your opinion is spoken it gets shot down quickly. There also were not many safety practices in that school to begin with and we had many safety threats through out the four years. I just wish I had a better high school experience and hopefully can go to college if I can manage to get the remaining balance covered.
My experience at Rochester Prep High School was a challenge . It was not like a typical public high school, its strict curriculum really helped me to be a better student, but because of lack of resources there were some deficits with programs and important electives, as result there isn't much of school spirit around. Nevertheless, the school stays true to its motto, to get it's student into college.
They are very hands on and welcoming. They're very confident in their work, and there's an approximation of 95% graduates in their first senior year at the high school. They go unnoticed in sports, but their athletes manage their daily lives well with long school days and part time jobs.