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Jensen Beach High School9

Jensen Beach, FL | Martin County

April 27, 2014

Jensen Beach High School exceeds any and all expectations I had as a parent. Yes, there are very strict dress codes and codes of conduct, a school this large wouldn't be rated in the top 2000 schools in the US if it didn't! My kids are excelling academically as well as socially! Can't praise this school enough!

Submitted by a parent

April 26, 2014

this is school is one of the best schools in the united states. all the teachers are dedicated loyal want the best for each and every students, give 110 % of their time and money and devotion. the students outrank kids all over the united states. they all goes on to higher learning. all parents are involved and care and give. the best school ever. a neighbor.

April 2, 2014

Jensen Beach High school is the Best! all 3 of of my children love it. I was concered at first, making a change from a small Christian School, but they are all making good grades and they are happy to be there. :) I am very thankful that we have such a great school in Martin County.

Submitted by a parent

February 6, 2014

I can't give this school one star. (The site will not allow no stars) The administration treats staff and students like inmates. Their zero tolerations shows no compassion for students especially those with special needs. How many of us would still have jobs or a partner if everyone had zero toleration. Their special needs programs are a joke. No one can hope to benefit from this place. The community and parents need to let them know we are sick of their disrespect and do not approve of their policies or the administration.

September 28, 2013

We moved from another state and my child has never had a detention or suspension. One month after school starting 4 days Out of school suspension and 4 detentions later I question the school, not the child since there has never been any previous disciplinary issues!! I think 4 classes a day 100 min long is nonsense. I also think the main focus is on discipline not academics. The deans are quick to suspend and give suspensions and detentions for stupid reasons like not having your student ID on your person. They do not encourage a work program nor do they allow seniors to leave campus during study hall. If we were looking for a military school I would have sent my child to one.

Submitted by a parent

April 21, 2013

One of the best schools I have ever been to. You can tell that the teachers and staff really care about the students. :)

Submitted by a student

February 18, 2012

i'm pround to say that jensen beach high school was my best experience ever since starting a new school system. every of my teachers were devoted. im proud of graduating from an ever rating A school for several years now. Go falcons!!

Submitted by a student

July 18, 2011

This school is rated as an "A" school. The faculty must be doing something right. There will always be whiney parents who complains if their child is not doing well...or Mary wasn't elected to the cheerleading team. I would do away with your rating system. How do you know if some of the poor ratings are being submitted by teens who just don't make the grade because they don't want to put sufficient time into their studies?

March 18, 2011

My children are districted for Martin County HS, but we chose Jensen Beach HS because we consider it a better school. Yes, the facilities are much nicer, but that's just the beginning. The administrators and teachers at JBHS expect, not just hope, that students will excel. The teachers are top notch and really push the students to succeed. My daughter struggled in middle school but now is exceeding our wildest dreams in high school. She has a 4.0 GPA with all honors and AP classes. She's passed two AP exams and did very well on her PSATs. Now she plans to go to an Ivy. Our son will be starting in the Fall. As for the rules, kids who follow them have few problems with them. They like the strictness of the school. It gives them order and prepares them for real life. JBHS is also the safest school in the county.

Submitted by a parent

March 11, 2011

As a parent with 2 children in this school, I know that this is an "A" school! The teachers, staff and administration are a delight and pleasure on a daily basis. I have personally seen the swim coach tutor a student immediately after swim practice on the pool deck, that's dedication! My son is in Mrs. Dahn's ( teacher of the year '08) class and the dedication and time devoted to her differently-abled students is beyond compare! If any parent has any complaints about this school, they should move to 'The PSizzle' where they will fit right in!

Submitted by a parent

March 4, 2011

Although this school consistently has high ratings there are issues. If you student is even upwind of any disciplinary problems by other students expect detention without even the chance to explain yourself. I find administration has zero tolerance and while this may work well for their high ratings it sends a message of injustice and unfairness to those wrongly accused. I also agree with the reviewer about dress code. Although my child has graduated from this school I don't have any warm fuzzy feelings about it.

Submitted by a parent

March 1, 2011

Aweome school! I love this school! My brother went to this school, too. He loves it!

Submitted by a student

September 15, 2010

Although a very good school in some ways, administration needs to focus more on education and less on dress code! A child can wear a very appropriate and tasteful shirt to school for 6 months and then suddenly get a dress code violation! When your child has a 4.0 and has never had ANY disciplinary issues but has to stay after school for detention because someone could see their collarbone, there is something very wrong. They get no warnings, just automatically get detention. When there are students that are committing serious discipline infractions and this is how a good student is treated, you realize that there is something very wrong with this picture!

Submitted by a parent

March 8, 2010

Even though the school has a reputation for strict rules, dress codes, etc. Those things seem to work because it consistently schools as one of the top schools in the state! My kids have graduated with the skills necessary to do well at college and were able to get into the colleges of their choices. Love the results and the teachers are great! Administration needs to be more responsive to parental concerns.

Submitted by a parent

February 23, 2010

My suggestion is for your school DISTRICT to see what the rest of the country is doing and try to advance yourself about 30 years to where the rest of the US is. Four classes a day? Can you honestly say you think the students will be accepted into any university anywhere in the United States?

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