44 out of 10GreatSchools

Shadow Hills Intermediate School

Palmdale, CA
  • Public
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  • Grades 6-8
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  • Enrollment: 1013


Shadow Hills Intermediate School
37315 60th Street East
Palmdale, CA 93552
(661) 533-7400
Shadow Hills Intermediate School is located in Palmdale, CA and serves grades 6-8.It received a GreatSchool rating of 4 out of 10
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Reviews11 Reviews

This School Iss Great I Love Having P.E First Period And Having Ms. Otto And Ms. Hampton! My 2 Favorite Teachers!! And Wait I Won't Forget Mr. Bowlin!!! I love all the activities We do in the class!! So much fun!!
This school is a very good one no matter what anyone else said, true some of the staff are questionable, but they are forgetting all the good ones. For example, Miss Hampton is one of the best teachers there, and I loved that class, that I T.A.ed for here as well. Also Rawr .w. - Haro
Shadow Hills Intermediate is only what the students/parents make of it. I was a part of the 3rd graduating class of the brand new campus under a seemingly trial-and-error based administration, simply trying to make things work with the cards dealt. At the time, the school was one of the nicer intermediate schools to attend in terms of reputation, active parent involvement and the brand new facilities. Many of my classmates went on to graduate high school, attend 4-year universities and even succeed at a graduate level, including myself. Unfortunately most of which is far fetched of the average East Palmdale student. (I'm speaking from experience, not actual numbers) I benefitted from the school's GATE program, a few stand-out teachers, the music program, and the sports program. Shadow Hills offered a High School Night which helped me find the right fit for High School in the AV. What the school could have used was more motivation! The staff, facilities, and tools are all there, but the Parents must teach their children to be proactive, the Staff must encourage and challenge the students to excel and the Students must have more pride in where they live and attend school.
Shadow Hills is far the worst school I've ever been too. Not only because it's a public school and we have to wear uniforms, but because of the poor use of the locker rooms and the rest of the school's property. So now I would like to declare that Shadow Hills is a nightmare.
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