Valhalla High School Reviews
Rating 3.93 out of 5 458 reviews
I liked the academic rigor of the school, I thought it was a challenging school academically and showed me how I was able to succeed academically. However, I think some classes were too difficult when they shouldn't have been.
I think it’s a great school, but some teachers don’t put in enough effort with the students as they should. They’re getting paid even though most students are failing the class, and many of the teachers are being unfair to how things are being grades. Also, many teachers are pretending that us students have caused the pandemic. It’s also a very challenging school and includes a lot of work plus effort.
I thought that culture at Valhalla was great. The campus really comes together in its school spirit and traditions, like Odin's March, pep rallys, and sports, where everyone shares in the unmatched feeling of orange pride. It is a very inclusive campus, with great teachers, lots of activities, and a supportive student body and administration. The school's academics are also excellent in preparing its students for college or higher education.
In my time at Valhalla, I felt very challenged academically as well as prepared for AP tests and the sat. However, sometimes the school culture is not all there and more could be done to involve everyone. Oftentimes it starts with admin heavily restricting allowed activities for seemingly no reason.
Overall Valhalla is a really amazing school and has a fantastic academic system. The school will always challenge you and push you to be the best version of yourself both as a student and a person. I found some of my best friends there and I have learned more than I ever have.
What I liked about Valhalla High School was how focused everyone is on their academics and strive to be the best versions of ourselves as possible.
My experience at Valhalla has been really good. I was a transferred student from Granite Hills my sophomore year, and honestly it was the best decision I've made with my parents. At first it was hard for me to adapt to the change, but now its a breeze, and all the teachers care about your education. One thing I would change, is the teacher being more lenient with their student. But overall it's a really good school.
I liked a lot of things that were in Valhalla. I thought that the teachers were understanding of the students and they understood their needs. The school has a lot of diverse people from different backgrounds, the clubs & activities were good because you help out the community.
My experience at Valhalla High School was and still is a journey to remember. From our teachers to our lunch ladies , to staff members , to councilors and principle. Has made my high-school experience a lot more enjoyable . The extra support and the extra help I didn’t know I needed has improve my academic level to applying it to the real life . The new friendships I made , that opened me to be more social and more outgoing . The new clubs the school has brought into my life .
I really like this school- on an educational level, it's really great and I'm glad that I go here. However, the students can be really toxic and rude, and the homophobia amongst many of my classmates is insane.
It is a great school with amazing people and sports. I would only like to change the security protocol to make sure less kids are vaping and vandalizing school.
I loved my time at Valhalla. I felt that all of my teachers were great and spent individual time to each student and really care about each student. All the staff is great and I would not trade my time at Valhalla for anything!
I had an overall positive experience with Valhalla High School. Valhalla allowed me to join clubs and electives that I was interested and continuously reminded students what they needed to do to reach their future goals. Valhalla's campus is very new and innovative due to continuous construction and remodelling that took place throughout my experience, in order to create a better environment for it's students. I would recommend Valhalla to someone looking for a school to attend as it will create a memorable safe high school experience and friendly learning environment as well. Some of the best teachers I have ever had teach at this school and it was an overall good experience.
Valhalla is a good learning environment. However, the counseling and scheduling system is inefficient.
I attended Valhalla my first two years of high school. The Valhalla community is filled with school spirit; what stood out to me especially was their custom of inviting the freshman class into the school during the annual Odin's Ceremony, hosted at the beginning of each school year. As an incoming freshman from out-of-district, it was comforting to see such welcome. I took the honors/AP course during my time at the school. I participated in a varsity sport, several clubs, and the advanced music program, forming lasting friendships along the way. Whenever I faced an issue regarding my schedule, the counseling office was never far away. My teachers were engaged, patient, witty, and kind. I am grateful to have been apart of such a beautiful community.
Valhalla isn't like the other high schools in my district. We're unique. No, not just because our school is shaped like a spaceship, and we have really bright orange and white school colors, or our mascot is a viking instead of literally any animal. Although those do contribute to it's uniqueness, it also stands out in other ways such as our spirit and pride the students and faculty share for our school that we love. Even the insane academics Valhalla offers and teaches, and the students determined to work so hard while created everlasting friendships. You might ask how is this unique compared to every other school? Well, I tell you how. It's because the love and pride everyone shares for this school is greater than any other. The fact that people make fun of our school, calling it names because certain groups of ethnicity's go there, is really heartbreaking. But even so, we fight. We stand up for our school, we take care of it, and we show everyone else who is boss.
I loved going to this because of the amount of educational opportunities I received in the Fine Arts. I felt lucky to have gotten the training while also getting challenging academia.