"The 9th grade campus is uncontrolled, disorderly, and full of bullies. I was about to explode with anger today because of my last class. We had a substitute teacher because our teacher was "visiting her son" or something. Is that even an excuse to leave? And my classmates were out of control, cussing at other kids and drawing on our teacher's pictures on the wall. The substitute didn't even know about this. There was a partially-autistic kid who got angry at this troublemaker (they already hate each other) and called him a vulgar name. One girl got called a lesbian and the other teens laughed at her, but she was saying she wasn't lesbian. Later on, she called another person gay and I said, "That's offensive to gay people." because they were laughing at someone if they were called gay in a sexual orientation way. There is a sign on the boards of the classrooms that says people cannot make fun of someone due to their sexual orientation, race, gender, religion, etc., yet people are doing this. And they should have cameras in the classrooms because it was chaotic in that last class. I was made fun of due to my heredity of a foreign country I was from and called a Communist."
"i recently attended a jv football game 09/12/2013 at your facility i was shocked at the handicapped parking, and the distance from parking to seating. as my husband is disabled we wont be attending any other functions at this facility. also there were no lights in either womens or mens restrooms. these issues need to be addressed"
"I am sure that the woodland high school is quality programs and teaching and I will sent my son to the school after summer. Submitted by parent"
"The most recent poster has my school nailed on how bad it is here. I come from a great family, moderate income level, have a pretty awesome car, and came in new at the start of my jr yr... The counselors told me this... If you don't sign up for extracurricular activities, ie clubs, sports (good luck!), band, then you will have a difficult time at the school. So I signed up for lots of clubs since I didn't qualify for their stellar basketball, football, baseball, or tennis club. So I go to the club meetings and since I don't already know anybody there, I'm SHUNNED!! So I do this in about 4 meetings, looking forward to meeting at least one new friend and I am so depressed that I have to deal with eating by myself and not one person will come and sit by me. I will look up and smile and they go sit somewhere else... I hate this place now. My parents told me it was going to be a great school, but btwn the teachers and their lack of abilities to teach, and the administration's difficulty with handling the chaos of unhappy kids there, there is no way someone like me, a good looking, nice, good kid can be happy here. All of the SERIOUS $ in this town and nothing to show 4 it. I'm :'(."
"I have lived in New England, Atlanta, The Midwest, Central States, and now Houston. This is absolutely the WORST school to acclimate your child to. Unless you are filthy rich, a jock, cheerleader, or highly popular, your new student IS NOT WELCOME HERE by others. The "clicks" are everywhere, and forget joining clubs to get to know kids - the clicks are already there too. The size is absolutely outrageous and unless your child already comes from a large school (3000+ kids), I highly suggest looking elsewhere. My neighbors have lived all over the world in many cases, and they also said this was the worst school ever to get their kids to feel included and meet others. The school throws the clubs at kids and expects them to just "go get it!" If you are are a down-to-earth person and your kids have any kind of heart, move somewhere else! THIS PLACE IS NOT, I REPEAT, NOT FOR YOU! We are now homeschooling, and relieved to be doing so."