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Susan Miller Dorsey Senior High School

Los Angeles, CA
  • Public
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  • Grades 9-12
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  • Enrollment: 892


Susan Miller Dorsey Senior High School
3537 Farmdale Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90016
(323) 298-8400
Susan Miller Dorsey Senior High School is located in Los Angeles, CA and serves grades 9-12.It received a GreatSchool rating of 2 out of 10
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Reviews6 Reviews

It's an OK school some of the teachers care about the students others are just there for a check if your child gets bullied on the regular don't bother telling the Deans they will do nothing about it sometimes the Deans will do something about students being bullied sometimes they won't and this school is known for having fights. And you have to pass the Cahsee test in order to graduate even if you meet the graduation requirements you still have to pass the Chasee test .bodajai
Dorsey is wonderlchool. familly do they have wonderful teachers that care and pushes you To succeed. Dorsey is not only a schoo. Its a family in my 4year's being their i have accomplish Goals unimaginable . I'm in my second year of university and with the help of the staff at Dorsey high school and teachers I'm a holder of $20,000 in scholarships I couldn't thank Everyone enough ... Dorsey dose have its ruff stops but if you go to school to learn you won't be Led astray . I'm so proud to be a dorsey Donna
My Child has not attended but based on what I have heard from prior parents and Students. But I'm trying to enrolled my Daughter. She will be coming from Audubon Middle School
Dorsey has the potential to be an excellent school but student numbers are way down and the District builds a new gym and is remodeling the old gym while textbooks are so old Obama isn't in the history books and computers in classrooms.are obsolete and few and far between. The students would be better served if the money was put into upgrading the pitiful library and providing programs to help students who are not on grade level in math, reading, or writing which unfortunately is the majority of the school. Sadly until the District puts academics before athletics and puts money into helping students with academic deficits, the test scores will continue to reflect this. The school administration is not to blame. They are doing a good job and can only work with what the District gives them. - A teacher
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