Harper Archer is getting better . I like Harper archer but their need to be some improvement academic . We need more resources to help our kids and teachers to help the school to be above average". Parent Involvement is very important so we need resources to get them involve. I believe the school can improve with more help and ideas to help the school.
Harper-Archer Middle School is a public middle school in Atlanta. The principal of Harper-Archer Middle School is Allison Marks and can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org. 594 students attend Harper-Archer Middle School and are mostly Black, non-Hispanic; Hispanic; and White, non-Hispanic. 2% of the Harper-Archer Middle School students are "limited in English proficiency." 90% of the 594 students here are classified as "economically disadvantaged", and 97% get reduced lunch prices. The ratio of students to teachers at Harper-Archer Middle School is 12:1. Coretta Scott King Young Women's Academy Middle School is one of the nearest middle schools.
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This school has a terrible environment. This establishment has no control over its students and their behavior. This school has not even made AYP this school has poor grades and academic performance.
Poor leadership. Low teacher morale and low student interest. Parental input very low
I'm not too thrill of this school base on the performance(s) from the students. I can't possible understand why there are so many students not attending the school as they are instructed on a regular basis. I have seen students attending class late/tardy the attitudes are rude and curriculums are not up to part. The security stucks. Too many students are not happy within that school and base on the test's score; I truly am not satisfy with the results. I wouldn't recommend but I prefer the Department of Education to strictly shut down the lack of discipline and safety improve the performance of the students relating to the tests curriculums and activities. More computers (new not hand me downs) New and updated educational books provide more field trips to varies of places and/or out-of-town events debates competitions - cheerleading football basketball chess and baseball's. These are the varieties.
Harper-Archer is the very best school. The teachers and staff are the nicest people. I have never heard of any violence at this school of all my years here. My 10th grader went there and my now 8th grader. Parent this is a great school.
I think this school is a wonderful environment for children to learn the teachers and faculty are nice and considerate
Harper-Archer Middle School is destined to fail due not to the immediate administration (Principal) but the higher administration . You have a school that is constantly under a micro-scope because the executive director of the building wants to point fingers instead of offering a helping hand. I think Mr. Pennington is doing a great job. Overall Harper-Archer will continue to fail our kids not because of the teachers who I may add are totally burned out but because of the lack of upper administrative support.
Nearest Elementary Schools
Bazoline E. Usher/Collier Heights Elementary SchoolPublic PK-5 383 students
Towns Elementary SchoolPublic PK-5 372 students
Fain Elementary SchoolPublic K-5 455 students
Nearest Middle Schools
Coretta Scott King Young Women's Academy Middle SchoolPublic 6-8 519 students
Berean Christian Junior AcademyPrivate K-8 182 students
Young Middle SchoolPublic 6-8 749 students
Nearest High Schools
Coretta Scott King Young Women's Academy High SchoolPublic 9-12 127 students
Greater Atlanta Adventist AcademyPrivate 9-12 178 students
Douglass High SchoolPublic 9-12 1173 students
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