Describe the type of student who should not attend Clarksville High School and explain why.

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Anonymous, Student, Clarksville High School, Class of 2016

Clarksville High School is the oldest school in Clarksville, Tennessee. Because it is the oldest school, it has a reputation to uphold. Students that attend school there are dependable and hard working. However, there is a handful of troublesome students at every school. The students that cause problems daily, do not complete their assignments, and do not want to try in general, should not attend Clarksville High. The school is proud of its achievements as a whole, including its numerous academic and athletic successes. If a student does not contribute to the school in any way and does not want to improve him or her self, they should not attend. Clarksville High School welcomes any and all students with open arms, but it is the school's hope that because of easy transition from one school to another, students appreciate it and continue to improve daily. Even the hardest working students continue to improve daily. The "troublesome" students should want to give back to the school, whether it be academic or service oriented.

Anonymous, Student, Clarksville High School, Class of 2016

A student that is not use to having their phone on them. A student who is use to putting on anything to go to school. A student that is not use to being in a small area. A student that is use to their own personal space. A student that is not use to cafeteria food. Most importantly a student that doesn't want to apply themselves as they should.

Anonymous, Student, Clarksville High School, Class of 2016

A lazy student should not attend Clarksville High School, they will not be able to succeed like most of the students at CHS, the course work at CHS is very rigorous and takes a lot of studying to complete.

Anonymous, Student, Clarksville High School, Class of 2016

Students who do not have the motivation to commit to their studies and will not take responsibility should not attend Clarksville High.

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