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  • Woodland High School6

    Cartersville, GA | Bartow County

    October 2, 2014


    It is pretty awful school teachers don't seem to care for students especially new students the work given is Just too overwhelming for someone to handle because teachers don't teach correctly. The school doesn't spend money wisely all the teachers have macbooks while students don't even have textbooks

    October 4, 2009


    i am a new student at woodland high school and so far i have been treated very well... the students are nice the teachers try their hardest to teach you trhings you need to know !

    Submitted by a student

    September 12, 2009


    I am a current student here at Woodland as of 2009 and I have had a great experience here. Sure, some of the teachers aren't the best and should be replaced but overall it is a good school. This school as of 2008-2009 did not meet the Georgia AYP Standards due to low test scores, the school is striving to improve and is doing a great job at that. A++ School!

    Submitted by a student

    March 12, 2009


    I've been a parent at woodland now for 2 years and have three children at woodland , I'm very pleased with the staff and faculty, and feel very secure to have my kids there.

    Submitted by a parent

    February 5, 2009


    I went to Woodland High School all four years of my high school experience. I am a 2004 dual-seal graduate who moved on to go to a prestigious college (Berry College). Of my graduating class, there were many who went to prestigious colleges such as Berry, Shorter, Mercer, Presbyterian, Georgia Tech, among many, many more. I know in the graduating classes following me, there are several more students who went on to Berry. Woodland was, and I feel safe enough to say still is, an amazing school. They have a wonderful performing arts program, a good visual arts program, several athletic programs and pretty sound academic programs. As of now, they have four different academic tracks for people who have different career interests and/or different ways of learning; Tech Prep, College Prep, Advanced Placement, and International Baccalaureate. All are valuable; it s just a matter of finding your best fit!

    June 26, 2008


    This school is amazing. I love everything about it! performing arts is a fantastic exspirience for any high school student. I appreciate this school for all of its potential and putting opperatuntities for students to create a great start as an adult. Thank you, Brianna

    Submitted by a parent

    May 29, 2008


    My son will be a senior this next school year. I have been 100% satisfied with the whole school. I give it a 5 star rating.

    Submitted by a parent

    May 2, 2008


    My daughter graduated from Woodland 2-years ago and my son will graduate this year. Overall it is a good school. It provides as safe an enviroment as a public school possibly can. The education you get depends on what you put in to it. That is to say you can take easy classes that don't provide much education or you can take advanced placement classes that will challege the students and provide a very good education, for a public school. I don't think much of the current principal or assitant principal. They both need to be replaced! The school needs to become a charter school so parents have more control and the curriculum can be expanded beyond the restrictions of State requirements.

    Submitted by a parent

    December 4, 2007


    Woodland has an outstanding Graduation Coach program which supports student achievement. Woodland offers a wide range of credit recovery and tutoring options. Top Cats awards encourage student success and achievement. A comprehensive Performing Arts curriculum promotes students who are gifted in the Arts. Academic achieving students are eligible to obtain a dual seal diploma and the prestigious International Baccalaureate seal diploma.

    Submitted by a parent

    October 10, 2007


    I think it is a nice school but they need to put more into football program that's what makes a school more parents need to get involved

    Submitted by a parent

    August 30, 2007


    I loved woodland when I went there. I just graduated in 07 and i do believe that it is a very good school

    Submitted by a student

    March 20, 2007


    I am a student at Woodland and must say that I love it! My main reason for going here is for the Performing Arts program and I have loved it. The Program here allows you to develop your current talents while ensuring knowledge of new talents you did not know you had. It is a great school for the aspiring actor/dancer/singer and although rehearsal hours are grueling (your hours have to be flexible)its all worth it when the end product is college level or better shows! The academics are also GREAT and I would recommend this school to anyone!

    Submitted by a student

    June 29, 2006


    Woodland High School is not only a contender for excellence in the hierarchy of the education of the future, but a socially ideal environment for the growth and education of the individual student. WHS challenges every student to attain excellence at their specific level of academic achievement, and offers them a wide variety of extra curricular activities as well as a superior all around performing arts program. When people come to Woodland, they are usually amazed at the level of student activity in the classroom and as an interactive student body. Also, the number of students challenging themselves with advanced coursework has certainly seen improvement over the years. Overall, Woodland High School is not inadequately prepared to educate students, but is one of the most qualified schools to provide a basis for the future of its students.

    Submitted by a student

    May 2, 2006


    I am a sophomore at Woodland. Here are my thoughts: firstly, the teachers are excellent. They encourage me to do my best. Second, the performing arts is great. I have a chance to make pottery in school, and keep what I make. I love my pottery class it is a great stress reliever! Third, parent involvement could be much better. They need to know what is going on with their children. Attending Woodland is a joy. My biggest problem is the administration. They do not take care of the students needs. My schedule has been messed up every semster I have to fight tooth and nail to get in the honors classes. My schedule only got changed when I used my mother as a last resort. Another thing is that counselors encourage you to take the easy way out. School is suppose to be a challenge, not an easy way out.

    Submitted by a student

    April 18, 2006


    I view this school as completely and utterly inadequete for the education of students.

    Submitted by a parent

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