33 out of 10GreatSchools

McNicol Middle School

Hollywood, FL
  • Public
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  • Grades 6-8
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  • Enrollment: 781


McNicol Middle School
1602 South 27th Avenue
Hollywood, FL 33020
(754) 323-3400
McNicol Middle School is located in Hollywood, FL and serves grades 6-8.It received a GreatSchool rating of 3 out of 10
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This school has a major problem with effective teachers. The staff is so petty and would rather speak rudely to the students and punish them verse suppot.
The students at this school have no respect, are drowned in homework after not being taught properly, the dances suck and the staff often times say to be respectful but they in turn are not. When one wants to find out how to improve their grade it is impossible due to the teacher's lack of expertise in the subject and they continue on with the lesson. Most of the staff are very childish and will curse at you're child. If your child goes here, prepare to give them extra assignments at home to improve their understanding or GO TO THE PTSA MEETINGS. The kids fight almost everyday for petty reasons and the extracurricular activities are not up to par with other schools. The teachers/principal promise certain classes and activities and due to the students ignorance they get taken away, They say one bad apple spoils a bunch, get rid of the bad apples and all else will be fine.
Be sure that if you enter your child in this school,that you have time to be fully involved in your child's education because you will be spending much of your time correcting the nonsense that is being taught.From Homework assignments on Great Americans covering people that are not American such as Nelson Mandela to propaganda like petitions that teachers have children collect signatures during school hours on Gun Control,with promise that the President will see their signatures.If they get enough kids to sign.Eighth graders are treated as small children by forcing teachers to walk kids to and from lunch as well as silent lunch. Not to mention the schools policy to punish all children for some that are caught conversing during their silent lunches. They take away Field days and events as their punishment. The few events(dances) that they have, are during class time.Students are forced to pay to attend,which knocks the reward for a well behaved child out,if the parent cannot afford to pay $5or $6more for their child to get out of class for about 40minutes.This school has some serious issues to address if they want to get kids to have some school spirit and interested in excelling.
I love this school. It's totally great. I've had so much fun here this year. It's unbelievable
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