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2901 Holston Lane, Raleigh, NC 27610 , Tel: +1 (919) 212-5800 Wake County School District

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Wake Early Coll Heal Ratings & Reviews

May 12, 2015 Submitted by a student
This school is a terrible choice for parents and students looking for a supportive teachers. Teachers will rarely listen to or try to understand a student's point of view. The administration will ignore many student concerns without any investigation unless parents interfere. Many of the work handed is just busy work and rarely has an impact on student learning. There are some helpful teachers but there are even more cruel teachers. It's incredibly hard to fix grades that a student didn't deserve without parental interference. The courses offered are very restrictive as well.
May 29, 2014 Submitted by a community member
You don't have to be a baby Einstein to do well (although 55% of the students are) as long as you can stay on top of your game, manage your time/workload and don't mind studying for hours at night you'll do fine. I know a handful of students who are committed to after school activities, sports, go to parties and can still receive good grades. I advise resources (tutor, laptop, printer, etc) The first 2-3 years spent on HS campus were the hardest in my opinion. It is very complicated to adapt to this school, freshman and sophomore year are spent over preparing you for north campus. But it is better to be over prepared than under prepared. North campus is very stressful and can be overbearing only because we are 16/17 year olds taking classes that normal people take at age 18/19. I appreciate the stress I went through on HS campus. I gave my school 4 stars because many programs/opportunities have been deleted from freshman year due to a new principal. She's starting to get on the ball but there is always room for Improvement. There have been nights where I only got 4 hours of sleep, but like all the other students we know it will be worth it in the end
April 27, 2014 Submitted by a student
Most of the students that have previously posted have not completed the program. I am currently a senior, and I am more knowledgeable about the school. Personally, including many other seniors, believe that this school has provided MANY opportunities. Comparing myself to other students that go to a traditional high school, I am significantly more advanced. Right now, I have completed all the academic credit hours for my Associates of Science as well as my high school diploma, BUT I am choosing to stay an extra year to take extra classes and earn a certificate in either Phlebotomy or as a Pharmacy Technician. This school is primarily for students who are interested in pursuing careers in the health and medical field, so why would you come here if you want to be a lawyer? It's common sense. Also, if you are encouraging your child to apply here based solely on economical reasons, DO NOT SEND HIM OR HER HERE! This is a rigorous school, and your child needs to be focused and on top of his or her game! Then, he or she may be fit for this school. Overall, the teachers here are GREAT: they are WELL-educated, they care about our futures, and they are almost like our second-parents.
April 12, 2014 Submitted by a student
PARENTS: DO NOT SEND YOUR KIDS TO THIS SCHOOL! I am a current student there, and as far as I know, this has to be the worst school in EARLY COLLEGE HISTORY. A restrictive and boring. The teachers there are horrible at teaching, and most give busy work. The teachers are always talking about how to get into college and how to be better. I agree, that is important, but when they are talking about this everyday, then it is really annoying. The school is making us drones. I want to be a Lawyer, and they only have Health Science courses. When you get to North Campus, they are extremely restrictive as to which classes you can take: Physics, Chemistry, English, Biology, and Math. Those are only options. Unless you want to be a Scientist or Doctor, DON'T COME HERE. They are making drones out of us. You know how they say that Kids in High school have the same Mental Problems as the people in Mental Illness centers in the 1950s? Well, our school is giving us as much mental problems as people in the 2000s. Trust me, if you want a future, don't come here. If your child is interested in becoming anything other than a Scientist or Doctor, this school should not be on your school list.
October 03, 2013 Submitted by a student
This school is not designed for smart students. It is restrictive. The teachers are great but its hard to provide resources for those students who can do much better with their talents due to restrictive policies. Principal is inflexible and extremely litigative. Definitely has declined in quality over the years but I think the teachers are the only shining part of the school.
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