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

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Anonymous, Student, Hendersonville High School, Class of 2016

While Hendersonville High School is a school of a wide variety, students with little to no work ethic would have a hard time fitting into the higher level curriculum.

Anonymous, Parent of student at Hendersonville High School

  A student that does not strive for self-perfection and the perfection of the community should not attend Hendersonville High School. HHS is about improving oneself in the present so that one's future can be brighter. Teachers and students alike contribute thousands of hours of hard work every year so that the student body community as a whole can become greater. Teachers don't just prepare students for end of course exams, they prepare students for college and beyond. Students improve upon the school for others, and every student is expected to do his or her part so that HHS can continue to be a long lasting, dedicated learning environment for decades to come. A student who is not willing to spend the time or effort to contribute to this concept should not attend.
Anonymous, Student, Hendersonville High School, Class of 2016

Anyone with high hopes of staying true to their morals or succeeding in life without the fear, instilled by teachers and peers I might add, of someone, somewhere doing "better" than them, should most definitely never attend Hendersonville High School. Because if they do, those hopes and values they hold so dear will very easily and intentionally be squashed like a bug until there is nothing left of them but a shell of a person. And the shell will only act as a remembrance of the dead dreams that once thrived before the boot of colosseum-style competition weighed down upon them and crushed every ounce of life that once was there.

Anonymous, Student, Hendersonville High School, Class of 2016

Someone who does not care about their school should not attend Hendersonville High School. Almost everyone gets excited when their is an event at school. If they do not have school spirit and like going to sporting events then they probably I'll not enjoy Hendersonville High School.

Anonymous, Student, Hendersonville High School, Class of 2016

Students who wish to coast through their academic career will struggle at Hendersonville High School with the variety of passionate and talented students that attend the school. With the involved teachers, faculty and counselors, a student who only wished to meet the core requirements and graduate would struggle in finding no interest in any of the programs that are supplied at HHS.

Anonymous, Student, Hendersonville High School, Class of 2016

At Hendersonville High School there are always people around. Students flood the hallways to socialize in between classes and the simple task of walking becomes very difficult. A student who does not typically like large crowds should not plan to attend. In addition, a student who does not plan to challenge themselves in classes should not plan to go. The close knit group of students typically take part in school activities, such as football games, pep rallies, and other sporting events. A student who does not enjoy

Anonymous, Student, Hendersonville High School, Class of 2016

Schools, and Hendersonville specifically, expect the best from their students. Each and every person is affected by his or her peers; therefore, those who are characterized by a lack of care and effort should not attend HHS. It is the difference between studying for a test and playing video games. It's the difference between taking a mugshot in a Commandos t-shirt and behaving lawfully. Though these represent two extreme ends of the spectrum, they apply. Students should be willing to spend time working toward academic success. They should follow rules instituted by both the community and the school. We are all representatives of the type of student our school produces, and it is pertinent that we act as such. A student who will provide a poor example of school pride, proper behavior, and academic worth is not a student who should attend my school.

Anonymous, Student, Hendersonville High School, Class of 2016

The type of student that should not attend is a bully. Hendersonville can work with all types of students, but not with bullies. Our School Climate team and Peer Leaders team has worked hard to erase bullying from our environment and it is not tolerated at our school.

Anonymous, Student, Hendersonville High School, Class of 2016

I love Hendersonville High School and feel everyone can fine a place to fit in at the school. As long as a student gives good effort the teachers will help them.

Anonymous, Student, Hendersonville High School, Class of 2016

The school has an amazing learning experience brought by great teachers who truly care about their students. Students must be willing to learn and they will succeed.

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