Unless you are in the top one percent or a star athlete, the administration treat you like you are beneath them. The counselors on the other hand are extremely friendly and helpful. Dress code is a joke. Too much is expected from students when the weather in this state can be dangerously hot. Dress code is inconsistent - I see males with shirts exposing their entire abdomens go along with their day, but females are marked up for having a tank top that is considered indecent. Why should the females be punished because the males become distracted by the sight of a girl's shoulders? What are we teaching the students? Another problem is sweep. Half my teachers informed me that sweep exists, and the other half said it didn't. I'm not sure how the tardy students learn their lesson by staring at a wall for an hour with nothing to do. It not only wastes their time, but it wastes the teacher's time because the student is forced to come make up their missed class time. Also, I found that the general education teachers can be very disrespectful compared to how teachers treat honors students. If you treat a student like they are stupid and unable to pass a test, then that is how they will behave. I understand that high school students aren't quite adults yet, but they aren't little kids either. For example, I was in a general class and the instant the teacher found out I could be in AP, they treated me different for the rest of the year. They expected me help them teach and then shamed me for not being in a more challenging environment. I never understood the logic there. On the other hand, I have a much, much longer list of what I loved about the school. I found the school spirit to be bigger and better than any other school. For the most part, the teachers I had went above and beyond to teach their students and make our high school experience enjoyable. The classes I had were interesting, and I don't regret taking any of them.