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Sparkman High School Overview

2616 Jeff Rd, Harvest, AL 35749 , Tel: +1 (256) 837-0331 Madison County School District
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    Type: Public High School
    Grades: 10-12
  • 1845


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Sparkman High School Ratings & Reviews

March 15, 2017 Submitted by a community member
I went to this school over ten years ago and I'm sure a lot of things have changed; however, compared to many of the schools in the area, this school provided me with a quality education (despite my best efforts). I did not enjoy high school. I fought my parents and teachers every step of the way. I might have even disagreed with some of the things that I was being taught. I now realize that there simply isn't a school that will teach your kids exactly how you (parents) would like. There will always be something to disagree on whether it is class subject matter or discipline. Keeping that in mind, I would still say I went to a good school. I felt safe. I graduated and was (mostly) ready for college.
March 29, 2016 Submitted by a student
Met with the Spanish teacher, counselor, and the principal in reference to a lesson taught in Spanish class that was concerning to us. I won't get to in depth but we did not like how part of the lesson was one sided on immigration and how they should not be judgmental on people crossing the border and how they are just looking for a better life. To make a long story short we voiced our concerns that if a student is expected to make an informed opinion on a subject that both sides of the argument should be presented. That not all people who cross the border come to have a better life some come to avoid crimes that they committed in their country, some come to traffic drugs, and others come for reasons other than providing a better living for their families. Well the Principal Mr. Shaw was condescending and made light of our concerns and stated that we were the only parents that had problems with this, which my response was well maybe other parents don't pay attention to what their kids are taught. He also compared current immigration issue with the colonization of the America's by Europeans. The Spanish teacher denied injecting her personal opinion in the lesson even though she stated her goal was to change stereo types with what she felt was correct. She also stated that she took her information form a documentary that we requested she provide 3 weeks before the meeting but she was reluctant to provide until the meeting. Titled "The other side of immigration" directed by Roy Germano. This documentary is basically the typical poor immigrant wants a better life and America should capitulate. So called educators always complain parents don't get involved and that's why students don't do well. This is an example of how educators at Sparkman High School don't care to hear from the parents unless you agree with their way of thinking. I am thinking of moving my daughter out of Sparkman High School because the principal does not care to hear what parents concerns are.
February 17, 2016 Submitted by a parent
Good experience with Sparkman. My daughter is receiving a quality education. She has found friends with good values. She has had teachers who care about her actually learning subjects. There are great parents who truly care about the welfare of the school. Fabulous band and cheer team. Plenty of clubs and extra curricular activities for those interested in being involved.
February 09, 2015 Submitted by a parent
I absolutely love this school. The school offers a plethora of academic programs and beneficial activities. The teachers, staff, and administration work very hard. Although each of my children have different talents, all of them excelled at Sparkman HS. Within the past 6 years, our kids enjoyed and benefitted from the school's Journalism Program, Marching Band, Symphonic Band, Cheerleading, JROTC, Engineering Program, Choir, Medical Academy, FBLA and sports. The current career counselor, Dr. Clanton, is exceptional. Mr. Campbell, the current principal is a very kind and compassion administrator. Like the majority of the teachers and staff, he really cares about the students. He's approachable, fair, and a supports programs that benefit the students and the school. The kids and parents appreciate his sincerity and drive.
January 17, 2015 Submitted by a parent
Sparkman High is a great school, with a capacity problem. The school has nationally recognized programs and offers engineering and Medical programs. I disagree with the comments that teachers don t care about the students. This school is like any other, where parental involvement is critical to a successful education. Two of my daughters graduated from Sparkman (2012, and 2013) and are doing extremely well in college (Nursing Major). They both attribute their readiness to the AP courses and medical academy that Sparkman offered.
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Harvest, AL Education Statistics

  • No High School1%
  • Some High School24%
  • Some College35%
  • Associate Degree7%
  • Bachelor Degree23%
  • Graduate Degree9%

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