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Niguel Hills Middle School

Laguna Niguel, CA
  • Public
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  • Grades 6-8
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  • Enrollment: 985


Niguel Hills Middle School
29070 Paseo Escuela
Laguna Niguel, CA 92677
(949) 234-5360
Niguel Hills Middle School is located in Laguna Niguel, CA and serves grades 6-8.It received a GreatSchool rating of 7 out of 10
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I've only been at the school 5 months and i can tell you DONT SEND YOUR CHILD THERE. There is bullying and when you approach a teacher about it they tell you that we are in middle school and we shouldnt be fighting so she dosent care. One of my friends got beat up, in the chest and in the face and arm. It was one of the most painful things i had to see when i found him crying. AND the person who beat him up got suspended for 3 days. The kid had been known to beat up other people but no one cared let just suspend him for 3 days no big deal. Also the kid who got beat up was also suspended. THE SCHOOL IS HORRIBLE AND SO I ADVISE YOU TO NEVER SEND YOUR KID THERE
0/10, We have been in lockdown and been threatend before
I have 2 children at this school who are both very unhappy. They're grades are fine, they ARE learning because the teachers are doing their job and my girls are dedicated learners. The problem is definitely the bullying problems. I have spoke with many parents who are quite upset too. Yes, bullying can and does happen anywhere, but the problem is the staff is so passive about it. We wont be returning to this school.
the bullying is so bad at this school, its a joke!! The staff acts as if theyre doing something about it, but nothing , absolutely nothing gets done. My child is a special needs child. My child is subjected to constant emotional bullying. We have gone to the designated staff for this problem a few times, and they basically blow a lot of hot air ...you no where.I am very very worried how this is affecting my child. Next I will be going to the district/ superintendent of OC schools if nothing is done. I am done! I should have to home school my child as an only option to get relief from bullying situations.
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