My son tells me that the students are bad in there class teacher don't care about the students and the ones that care. And don't care if they succeed or not. And took a couple all school week for them to respond to my email for a schedule change. Then on Friday they responded and said it was too late. When on Monday it wasn't when I sent it. the principle refused to switch them. I recommend to switch to Mets at the Olympic school. that's what my son is doing. I heard good things.
International Business & Communication Studies At Olympic is a public high school in Charlotte. The principal of International Business & Communication Studies At Olympic is Jeffery R Crook, whose e-mail is email@example.com. 412 students attend International Business & Communication Studies At Olympic and identify mostly as Black, non-Hispanic; Hispanic; and Asian/Pacific Islander. 0% of the 412 students here have subsidized lunches. The student to teacher ratio at International Business & Communication Studies At Olympic is 13:1. Renaissance High School At Olympic is one of the nearest high schools.
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- Video film production
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This school is making strides but its tough. They are on their third principal in 3 years. Their students are a tough group to teach at least based on discipline and SAT records. Still the scores are going up and they have some great teachers.
Mr. Pipkin the principal is excellent.
Renaissance High School At OlympicPublic 9-12 467 students
International Studies & Global Economics At OlympicPublic 9-12 406 students
School Of Math, Engineering, Technology & Science At OlympicPublic 9-12 517 students
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