Wylie E. Groves High School
- Public, Magnet
- BEVERLY HILLS, MI
Wylie E. Groves High School Reviews
Rating 4.04 out of 5 245 reviews
Being a Freshman in Groves High School I've been able to learn a lot about groves. I played 2 different sports, in varsity and junior varsity. I also was an all A student thanks to some wonderful teachers. However, I did come across a few less enjoyable teachers. Thankfully I was able to push through the process. The school itself has a big campus and the community around the school is well knit and very close. The school even has multiple different optional class ranging from Engineering CAD to Scuba Diving. The wide variety of clubs and activities is thrilling, there is something for everyone. The Administration and Faculty are always there to support you along your journey at Groves. This school is one that many students and parents will enjoy.
Very diverse but also very entitled. The students and staff, for the most part, live in a bubble. But, there are a ton of oppurtunities.
I enjoyed the overall atmosphere. The people were nice, the building was well maintained. The only thing I would like to see changed is I though sometimes I didn't learn as much as I could have. There were just more than I would like to blow off classes.
The students and staff are great. It all depends on who you hangout with and how you enjoy your experience there. Some of the AP classes can be challenging because they teacher won't explain it enough or its more of lean by yourself then discuss in class. But for normal classes they teach just fine and a lot of the teachers make learning fun.
Groves is a very diverse and welcoming community, I first moved to the district in 7th grade and had time to build relationships which I brought to Groves with me. The school has hired many skilled teachers, and provide a curriculum that is easy to follow but somewhat challenging in a good way. The diverse community allows you to learn about your peers and the different ways of life. Overall it is a great school and I am very content attending groves.
I like Groves High School because they have a diverse Administration Staff. The staff looks out for the best interest of all students. They counselors have an open door policy and are always ready to listen, guide and direct students when needed. Groves has a wide range of academics , sports and clubs that will prepare me for the colleges of my choice. I am looking forward to my Junior and Senior years.
it was a great school, the teachers were very friendly. The other students were often very respectful and hardworking. I loved attending a very diverse school, it opens your mind.
I really liked the teachers. They cared a lot about me and it was pretty clear. I just did not feel that I was as challenged as I could have been.
I have been going to Groves for three years now and I have seen a lot happening here. I like that we are given a lot of opportunities to get involved in the school and have many options for clubs and activities. I also like the events that we plan at school. What I think could change is the diversity. There is barely any African American, Latino, or Asian representation at this school and as a minority, this has affected me personally. There have been some race-related issues here and I don't think that they were handled in the best way. Also, I think ore funding should be going into educational resources and not sports like football.
Groves is an amazing school. They have so many opportunities for students in so many different ways. Sports, clubs, theatre, band/orchestra/choir, GSC, BBBS, community service, and many more. Some of my favorite memories are from spirit week and the homecoming football game each year. Spirit week and charity week always made me feel involved and important. It was so much fun dressing up all week and participating in field day. Going to football games and sitting in the student section made everyone feel like a community cheering for our boys. I will miss Groves greatly, but I am also happy. This school has pushed me to always do my best academically. It has prepared me and helped me get admitted to my dream college. I will always be grateful for having the opportunity to attend Wylie E. Groves
I love the support i received. The school culture is conductive to feel free to be a free thinker and always feel safe to express yourself and ask questions.
Very Good experience, prepared me college. Through the ups and downs I've learned a lot academically and just about life from the teachers, facility, and overall culture.
I enjoyed my experience at Groves high school. They had a wide range of opportunities to get involved in, such as fun activities like hall decorating, and many sports and clubs to join. They as well had many great teachers and a variety of subjects to choose from. I was particularly ecstatic about the classes that aren't always offered such as cooking classes and sign language, which can be applied for everyday living and career advancement. Theses are just a few reasons I enjoyed Groves.
Lots of class choices and great teachers. Even offer engineering classes and school has top notch technology. Sports teams also do fairly well and spirit week is great.
I really enjoyed my experience at Wylie E. Groves High School. I found the classes to be challenging and the teachers to be incredibly supportive and helpful. Plus, the activities (spirit week, sports, etc.) were always a ton of fun. I feel like Groves has prepared me well for college.
We have two girls in Gloves one now in MSU Honors- and other is a Senior going to Michigan - We are happy with the school performance over all it is good experience. Our daughters play volleyball and they have a lot of fun doing it. Some times the communication with teachers and administrative personal is difficult but over all is very good. Two aspects that i will improve will be to have more help during the collage scholarships process and dressing code enforcement for boy and girls.
My experience at Groves was good. It would have been better with better teacher involvement and change in the environment of the school.