Would you recommend attending Alliance College - Ready Academy High No. 16 if you had the choice? Why or why not?

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Anonymous, Student, Alliance College - Ready Academy High No. 16, Class of 2016

I would absolutely recommend this school to anybody. Especially those looking to continue their education after high school. Before coming here, I failed every single one of my classes in my prior school. I would skip class, skip school, and put other things before my education. My mom made the decision of changing me to this school. I hated her for it at first, but I thank her everyday for it. Had she not done that, I would not be on my way to graduating this year, something I never saw happening. I would also not be on my way to a four year university. The environment here is what inspired me to change. I was used to being surrounded by friends and peers who wouldn't take school seriously, but here it's different. Everyone is ready to learn and everyone takes pride in doing well and achieving good grades.

Anonymous, Student, Alliance College - Ready Academy High No. 16, Class of 2015

Yes because everyone gets along are truly the students try to be college ready. The teachers and staff are willing to help students with life or school struggles and the principal will always support every student at her school.

Anonymous, Student, Alliance College - Ready Academy High No. 16, Class of 2015

If I had the choice to pick any school over Alliance College-Ready Academy #16, I wouldn't. Alliance College-Ready Academy #16 is the place where students blossom into young adults and prepare for what lies ahead in the future. Because we are such a small school, all of the faculty knows each students individually and will take the time out of their day to help each student with whatever they need. The support at this school is incredible; the teachers are so patient and kind and will do whatever it takes to bump a C to a B, or even, just listen to the student. Everyone has a voice at this school as well, whether it's through the student government, or straight to the principal herself. CRAHS #16 is the place where students learn to thrive and succeed for the future.

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