I came here my sophomore year from a Macon area private school after my dad's job transferred him to the Albany area for a year. Honestly I found the academics here to be a joke. I had to work extremely hard to maintain good grades in Macon and barely cracked open a book and made all A's honor roll the entire year here. They told me the "adanced" classes would be too challenging for me when I came yet my English teacher told me it was crazy they didn't put me in advanced classes because my work was better than some college students he had seen. The books we read in my freshman English classes in Macon were books not read until Junior year advanced English here. In comparison to other schools in the area sure Deerfield is probably a better choice. But in comparison to other schools in Georgia? There is no comparison. I also found this school to be extremely unwelcoming to new students to have very close-minded and sheltered students and couldn't believe how much sports were held to a higher importance than academics. Unfortunately people here seem to have a skewed idea that they attend the Harvard of private schools. Clearly they've never made it out of Albany.
About This School
Deerfield-Windsor School is a private high school in Albany. 851 children attend Deerfield-Windsor School and identify as White, non-Hispanic; Black, non-Hispanic; and Asian/Pacific Islander. The ratio of students to teachers at Deerfield-Windsor School is 11:1. Westover High School is one of the nearest high schools.
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