Would you recommend attending Quartz Hill High School if you had the choice? Why or why not?

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Anonymous, Student, Quartz Hill High School, Class of 2016

I would definitely recommend choosing Quartz Hill High School as a primary choice for schooling. The teachers here are devoted to the students' education, parents go out of their way to get involved, and ASB works hard to make high school a fun experience for everyone with events including assemblies, carnivals, and more.

Anonymous, Student, Quartz Hill High School, Class of 2016

I would recommend. It is not a bad school. There are some good teachers and some teachers who do not care. There are the smart students that care and the students that do not care and are only going to school because they are forced to.

Anonymous, Student, Quartz Hill High School, Class of 2017

"Would you recommend attending Quartz Hill High school if you had the choice?" First of all choice is not a matter of option if given, the presence of choice will invariably be there; so it is not a matter of IF or HAD but more of "... if the opportunity came about?".

No, no I would not recommend attending Quartz Hill High School if the opportunity came about. Recommendation is an endorsement and support, the approval as being suitable for a particular purpose. Rather then recommendation, I would simply refer, a referral of Quartz Hill High School; but of course, the school is more then suitable, it prevails and exceeds upon its own power. However this is not merely a matter of endorsement and individual acceleration, it involves the financial, social, and economical factor that ties heavily on whether or not a particular school is the best option, no need to be selfish.

The school was built for one-thousand students, but now holds close to four-thousand. Classrooms are outdated and budget cuts have laid off several security and teaching staff that have limited and removed programs. The school food has become minuscule, questioning the nutritional benefits as their are none. The vicinity outside and within the school is littered with rubbish, the oh-so black blotches of aging gum lay riddled throughout school grounds, walls and desks, never more than a few inches away. Group cliques and segregation couldn't be more evident or problematic. The entire culture of high-school and the reality of it all is a joke. I couldn't 'recommend' someone more to choose a different school, unfortunately the bad outweighs the good in this one.

Anonymous, Student, Quartz Hill High School, Class of 2017

Quartz Hill High School is amazing the campus is the safest in the Antelope Valley and we offer many different types of programs depending on what you are intrested in. I would recommend Quartz Hill to anyone, the students and the staff are beyond amazing and helpful. We offer many AP classes and also IB, Quartz Hill also offers AVID not many schools have these programs that are helpful when applying for college. Also if sports is something that intrests you, QH has top ranked CIF finalists teams.

Anonymous, Student, Quartz Hill High School, Class of 2016

I would say yes; but then again, I am not the type of person who enjoys watching someone else achieve higher than I. I know what is expected of me, I know what I must do to go beyond. I would recommend QHHS to a student who is very much dedicated for a higher education. I will agree that the school may not look the nicest on the outside; but are we not to ever judge what is on the outside?

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