66 out of 10GreatSchools

Fort Lauderdale High School

Fort Lauderdale, FL
  • Public
  • |
  • Grades 9-12
  • |
  • Enrollment: 2007


Fort Lauderdale High School
1600 Northeast 4th Avenue
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33305
(754) 322-1100
Fort Lauderdale High School is located in Fort Lauderdale, FL and serves grades 9-12.It received a GreatSchool rating of 6 out of 10
This information is deemed reliable but not guaranteed.

Student Diversity



Two or more races

Reviews20 Reviews

2/10 My rate would be low because of what this high school made my daughter go through, one of the administrators was really rude to the point where she was slapping the table while talking to me and my daughter. From what I know they have a lot of good classes and teachers but it depends, the school staff and number of students are so big that there is a little bit of everything involved especially disrespect and racism.
Phenomenal. And... the alumni in our community is quite successful
Well I went to it for my 9 and 10th grade and I regret leaving the school for my 11th grade year. In Fort Lauderdale high school it was supportive every student understands each other never fights that I recall of and ifs campus is always clean
Guidance sucks. There is no guidance or assistance to help your child succeed. My child went from being on honor roll all through elementary and middle school to being average and struggling. Load of work and know reward with good grades. I have constantly reached out to teachers and counselors and they just threaten he doesn't want to go to his boundry school. Well I think his boundry school grades would reflect on his GPA for all the hard work and effort he puts in everyday all day doing hw and studying. And on top of it Ft. Lauderdale High's big shot debate teacher SUCKS! I was so impressed with the orientation and open house but in actuality there selling a big dream to parents. My child is outta there. Not letting this hard ball sorry school ruin his chances for getting into a good university. The Cambridge program should be an option. Whats the sense of making it mandatory to magnet students to set them up for failure if thats not there intrest. How many people want to send there kids out of the country anyway for school in these horrible times we live in. THIS SCHOOL IS A SET UP FOR FAILURE EVEN IF YOUR CHILD HAS DONE WELL AND SUCCESSFUL IN PREVIOUS SCHOOL THEY HAVE TO BE A GENIUS TO BE SUCCESSFUL THERE.
Showing 4 of 20 Reviews