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Justin Meyer
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Sacramento Charter High School6

Sacramento, CA | Sacramento County

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July 1, 2014


I I am currently a freshman at Sacramento charter high school and to be honest I really do not like the school the teachers only help you if you have some really good gradesand if you ask for help some of the teachers are very rude or they don't seem very welcomingthe kids there are very ghetto self centeredand not very well mannered as for academics they do challenge you but they don't do very good job I hope you get an understanding of the curriculum overall fact I help out some students but leaves a lot of other students behind.

May 25, 2013


i am currently a sophomore and i can say i'm prepared to enter my junior year sac high and the teachers take the time to check with you to make sure that your grades do meet college requirements and they have weekly check ins in which they give a "quick look up" to have the student give to the parent and returned sign to verify the parent is also checking the progress of there child.

Submitted by a student

May 9, 2013


Sac High puts Students first and the proof is in the school statistics. Need I say more? See for yourself.

Submitted by a parent

April 17, 2013


First time my daughter ever made honor roll. This school knows just how to motivate these kids and graduate them to universities. I highly recommend it!

Submitted by a parent

October 13, 2012


I have a 9th grader at Sac High. Initially I was concerned about the neighborhood, as it is in Old Oak Park. However, I have now come to understand that Sac High plays a crucial role in this neighborhood and the mix of children from ALL economic levels creates an academically rich and diverse community in which to learn. Sac High prides itself on being the #1 school in college placement for minority children. In fact more than 95% of our children were accepted into 4 year colleges last year and more than 50% of our athletes received full ride scholarships. The curriculum is rigorous and the instructors are top notch. Our new principal is a Harvard graduate who has recruited teachers from Harvard, Stanford, Cal Berkeley, and UCLA. Discipline is second only to academics and you will never walk into an unruly classroom, or find children inattentive, as this is a school for serious students who are college bound. I highly recommend Sac High for children of all races and economic levels.

Submitted by a parent

October 13, 2012


I am a student at Sac High who was suppose to go to Kennedy. I chose Sac High because I know most of the 9th graders that go to Kennedy and I know that most of them are not serious about school. I wanted to go to a school where rowdy and disruptive students were not allowed because I have been going to school with children like that for a long time while in MLK and SES. At Sac High education is the most important thing and they have college recruiters checking out our grades at least once a month. As a 9th grader I have already been scouted by Stanford, Oregon, & CAL because I have a 3.8 gpa. I have also been recruited by all of the HBC's, San Jose, and San Diego State. I can enjoy school knowing that I will definitely be offered a scholarship to a school that can help me achieve my goal to be an environmental attorney.

Submitted by a student

April 16, 2012


My son entered the 9th grade academy, and Im really impressed with the school. The teachers motivate students. I really like that they use uniforms and enforce the rule. The counselors are great and have constant communication with the parents.

Submitted by a parent

August 16, 2010


I have a student in who is attending the "School of Fine Arts". This school is a little deceptive when advertising their programs. There are not any drama classes, music classes, nothing to do with the fine Arts. With the exception of "drawing" The school advertised free uniforms, free lab tuition for low income students which it was a way to get your student enrolled in their school. Yes I can admit the teachers and staff prepare our students for the college world, although reviewing the states test results, it's like comparing apples to oranges. How can one Pass the exit Exam in 10th grade, and then later score below in the Standarized Testing. I've invested and wasted several hundred dollars in transportation, uniforms, and my student has not accomplished anything. I was better off having my student attend our local high school (with probably better results).

Submitted by a parent

October 17, 2009


I am currently a junior at Sac High in the small school of La and Public service. Sac High is an amazing school for a student who wants to excell with tools given by sac high to succeed and achieve thier dreams and life long goals. My experience at sac high has been a phenomenal one all 3 years. Throught Sac high i have had the ability to meet with prominment figures of this country for example Rev. Jesse Jackson, Sec. of education under Barack Obama Arnie Duncan, and the daughter of the phenmonal Mratin Luther King Berniece King. Iv'e maintained a 3.6 GPA while playing 2 sports with 2 AP classes, that I know will get me far and into my dream school UCLA, Stanford, and Columbia. Sac have has taught me very important things. Sa high is an amazing school for any student who wants to succeed.

Submitted by a student

July 6, 2009


I am now a junior at Sac High. Class of 2011. My years at that school so far has been incredible. I love the classes I have every year and I have been holding down a 3.9 gpa since freshman year. I love the close relationships with my priciple because he always knows whats going on. He notices little things you wouldnt thinkhe would with a scool that big with that many students. Like I'll be walking down a hall or something and all you hear is his voice saying,'Hey! Why were you absent yesturday?' you would hear that alot coming from him becauses he really pays attention to his students and really knows them and there situations. He will randomly ask people about there grades and what they need to do to make then better.. He encourages people everyday to finish strong and keep going full force.. MEHS all day!!

Submitted by a student

May 21, 2009


This school has been the perfect fit for my student. The advisory class they attend each day has motivated him into wanting to succeed and attend a University. He has been able to get assistance in ALL subjects when needed. The teachers DO care about the students and most go above and beyond the teachers at other schools my children have attended. My dealings with the administration have so far all been to my satisfaction and they seem to be very consciencious.

Submitted by a parent

November 2, 2008


I attended Sac High. The courses must have been watered down as I passed the courses easily. Now that I am in enrolled at UC Davis I have found out that my skills are not what I thought that they were. The remedial courses that I am now taking are nothing like the courses that I took at Sac High. When I asked my former teacher why, the answer was 'you got into college'. I would rather have been held accountable for the information I was supposed to know.

Submitted by a student

May 27, 2008


This is the best school you can send your child. Im a loving, caring, mother that is very serious when it comes down to grades and school stuff and i must say im always impressed and never surprised because in my mind ive always had high expectations for this school.

Submitted by a parent

May 3, 2008


I'm a graduating senior this year and all tho I've had my little tiffs with the administration on more than one occasion, this really is an excellent school. This really is a college preparatory school. The reason I say that this is an above average school is because they really do go above and beyond when it comes to support to make sure that you not just go to college but succeed.

Submitted by a student

April 23, 2008


I have a daugther who is a attending Sac High for the second year, all she does is talks about the school and everything that goes on there. She was able to go to New York this year to help open a charter school there. Her G.P.A. has jumped it is 3.65 now. That because she wants to go there and enjoys all of her teachers. You can be average at any school but Sac does not accept average.

Submitted by a parent

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