class of 2007 here! went here my entire high school and junior high. possibly the best time of my teenage life
Glennallen Jr/Sr High School is a public high school in Glennallen. 135 children attend Glennallen Jr/Sr High School and identify primarily as Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander; White, non-Hispanic; and Native American or Native Alaskan. 43% of the 135 students here get reduced lunch prices. The student to teacher ratio at Glennallen Jr/Sr High School is 13:1. Valdez High School is one of the nearest high schools.
|Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander||6%||%|
|Native American or Native Alaskan||41%||39%|
|Students eligible for free or reduced-price lunch program||43%||32%|
Pro Some of our teachers such as Mr. Shawn Hite are the of the highest caliber. His innovative approach to learning and sharing computer technology with his scutdents is immeasurable. Pro Mr Shawn Hite currently teaches advanced CISCO Classes which enable qualified high school students to obtain college credit for their high school classes. (In addition he is truly a wonderful and caring counselor.) He is one example our school thrives with active and interesting teachers. Pro All children in high school are assigned a personal guidance counselor. The ratios are low so students feel as if someone at school is monitoring their development. I t hink the ratio is 10 students to 1 teacher/counselor. Con Our school system lacks most vo-tech programs that are available in other States. Con All students are forced to take algebra. If this is above their skill level the children are set up for failure. This hinders their self esteem during a crucial phase in their development. Con Our budget is not high enough to cover costs needed to properly educate our young people. Our teachers need higher pay raises. We must improve board behavior and communication to encourage our administrators to stay longer than one contract term.
Valdez High SchoolPublic 9-12 222 students
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