Worthington High School is a public, charter, alternative school located in West Palm Beach, FL. It has 279 students in grades 9-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 70 to 1. According to state test scores, 15% of students are at least proficient in reading.
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Worthington High School Reviews
I am so glad my children were lucky enough to finish their journey of lifelong learning at worthington high. Caring teachers, outstanding principal, and nearly 100% parent involvement--this school truly understands the meaning of it "takes a village." If you are fortunate enough to live where worthington high is your school, skip the other schools. You won't be sorry.
This school is okay, the overall experience I had wasn't bad. You study at your own pace in a computer station where you'll have about 3 classes on your dashboard to work on. If you really put effort into studying you'll barely need the teachers help, or an infamous "reset" for a quiz, which sometimes you have to wait on for a while depending on your teacher. The staff is the one thing I did not really like at this school; there were times where I really needed help and no one seemed to want to help me, and I'm sure this has been the case for many other students. With some of the teachers, you needed to be on their case 24/7 for them to help you out with something or do something you needed. This was the same thing with other staff members such as the assistant principal. There were a few teachers who would go above and beyond for you, especially if you were one of the students who worked hard and had respect for the teachers as well, but I think this number will be minimized once again as the last time I was there, my own teacher said she could not wait to get out of there. This school can be great for people who want to finish High School early, it is designed to finish grades 9-12 in 2 years, which is great. Overall it really isn't bad, but better staff members that actually do their jobs, would make it even better.
Teachers at this school, at least a good 80% of them do not really care about their students. They're just there to collect a check and when you need help, sometimes you're just told a flat out "No". Only a select few really care about their students and will go out of their way to actually help the student. It should be mentioned that these teachers are only advisory teachers, meaning they do not give direct instruction and are there to help students individually, yet even so, most are unwilling to help.