Topic: Overall Experience
"When I first applied for a scholarship to Immanuel, I expected people to be Christian like they claimed to be. There are some, but it's VERY hard to find. I can probably count on one hand how many people truly follow God (as far as the students go. #1 problem: the student body is AWFUL!!! The girls here are so fake it's disgusting. They have their own little groups and they won't let anyone else in unless you dress like them, (stupid hippie looking clothes like ugly overpriced fringe boots, and giant gaudy metal necklaces.) are part of RMBC, or maybe live in kingsburg. These girls are called the plastics, which mostly consist of snobby goody two shoes, with an occasional pretender who doesn't even try to hide the bad things they do. They either completely pretend you don't exist, or act like they like you to your face, And talk about you behind your back. There's also the kids that are just plain bad in general, but at least they don't try to fool people into thinking they're actually Christians, and are easier to spot and avoid. They're also very cliquey, so if you don't cuss and have sex they won't like you either. #2 problem: there's nothing to do. There's very few clubs, activities, or extracurricular classes except drama and choir, which is run by the cult of the kingdom of Robbins. (Explained later) #3: the kingdom of Robbins is rampant and horrible. No doubt, he is just about the best high school performing and visual arts director there is, and he knows it. The problem is he makes sure everyone else knows it, too. He's arrogant and very rude to kids in class, and plays a horrible favorites game. If you won't demean yourself enough to kiss up to him, don't count on getting into his high falooting chamber choir (or even concert if he really hates you) unless you have an older sibling or some kind of relative he liked. If not, you'd better have a phenomenal voice to make it. im not saying don't go to this school, but just be careful if you do."
"Some teachers are amazing, some just don't know what theyre doing, which annoys the students, and some are just jerks who only care about the kids on their baseball team"
Topic: Educational Outcomes
"My small Christian high school was a perfect step into my small Christian college. It was nice having the same background as what I was learning, and most of it I already knew. I love the atmosphere of these small schools; they make you feel as if you're part of a family."