Huge school. They take security and the safety of the students seriously. But where are the test scores?
Junius H Rose High is a public high school in Greenville. The principal of Junius H Rose High is Ms Monica Jacobson, who can be contacted at email@example.com. 1,466 children attend Junius H Rose High and are mostly Hispanic; Black, non-Hispanic; and White, non-Hispanic. 48% of the 1,466 students here have subsidized lunches. The ratio of students to teachers at Junius H Rose High is 16:1. South Central High School is one of the nearest high schools.
- Computer arts
- Drawing painting
- Theater drama
- Video film production
- Cross country
- P.E. classes
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I am a former teacher for J. H. Rose High School. I worked there for two years with some of the most outstanding teachers and students in the nation. I taught there for 2 years when I first did lateral entry into Special Education. The principal there in 2004 when I was there was an awesome professional. I thank them all including students for a wonderful beginning into my teaching career. They introduced me to how wonderful it can be to be an educator. I have missed them and I will forever be greatful.
I am an alumni of J.H. Rose High School. Some of the best times of my life were at Rose High School. I was active in marching band student government member of the Rose Swim team etc. I was not a fan of the principal's way of handling things but the teachers I had were all phenomenal! I got accepted to every college I applied to and it was because of the educational challenge i received at JHR! I highly recommend the high school to any new families moving into the area! J.H. Rose is the toughest academic environment of any high school in Pitt County!
I am not originally from Greenville but moved here several years ago. All three of my children graduated from Rose HS and I was very pleased with the level of education they received - all graduated in the top 10% of their class and benefited greatly from the AP courses. They were all admitted to nationaly-recognized universities and performed well at the collegiate level thanks to the rigor of their high school education. Their teachers were excellent; most took great interest in motivating their students. Equally important I believe my kids felt safe and to my knowledge never were vicitimized by abuse from other students.
Thisi is a wonderful school that is well rounded in academics and atheltics...i enjoy attending this school greatly!
I am not a parent but a student. My experience at JH Rose has been mixed but more leaning to the negative side. The teachers at the school are not the problem; most of them are good and some are excellent given the resources they have. My main problem with the school is the bureaucracy. There are too many counselors staff etc. at the student services that aren't really helpful. If you ask them a question they don't want to answer. This is just annoying. Rose is known now for its excellence in Math and Science AP examinations. If Rose wants to keep this up it needs to do something about the quality of learning and the new legislation that is coming underway. We need to learn...not be restricted. Everyone deserves knowledge which is most important. Test scores are secondary(by far) to this importance.
J.H Rose highschhol is a fairly good school the teachers and staff are for the most part very helpful and vey concerning. teh school its self is pretty much monitored but as you and i both jknow that the schools resoure officers cannot watch over the whole school all at one time but regaudless the school is pretty well secured.