At Groves, everyone gets along pretty well. It's a very diverse school as far as personalities, races, and cultures go. I enjoy most of the classes that I am placed in and the teachers that teach the classes. However, I think I have a different meaning of what a good teacher is. One of my favorite teachers at Groves was also one of the most disliked teachers in the school before she retired. I believe that as a student, it isn't mandatory to be "friends" with your teacher. It's great when it happens, but it shouldn't be expected. I appreciate someone that can properly teach me what I am there to learn and assist me in using that knowledge down the road. I love teachers that can connect the lessons to real world examples, that are willing to be available outside of the classroom, and that push me to my fullest potential. I would say overall, most of the instructors at Groves reach this standard and/or exceed it.