33 out of 10GreatSchools

Chamberlain High School

Tampa, FL
  • Public
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  • Grades 9-12
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  • Enrollment: 1645


Chamberlain High School
9401 North Boulevard
Tampa, FL 33612
(813) 975-7677
Chamberlain High School is located in Tampa, FL and serves grades 9-12.It received a GreatSchool rating of 3 out of 10
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There's so many things wrong with this school. I've had mental breakdowns thinking about going to school. The administration sucks all the spirit out of the school, the teacher's are terribly rude and horrible to students. The students are the worst though, so I can't blame the teacher's and administration too much. There's fights a lot, last year a girl had her face slammed into a table and broke her nose during my lunch and my geometry teacher spent half the class asking kids what happened, she seemed genuinely excited about the whole thing. The students are loud, rude, and disrespectful. They can't go two seconfs without yelling or what they call "having a converation." The teacher's let the students write and talk horribly with very little grammar. Also if you're Caucasian, you're automatically racist and annoying to most of the students who attend this school. By all means, if you are a disrespectful teenager, attend this school, you'd love it! You'll just have a hard time learning anything from the teacher's because the students don't want to learn, they want to disrupt and the teachers let it happen.
The Schools education is Amazing and the Teachers actually care about their Students. I have been impressed with the last 2 years that my child has attended this school.
parent my child goes to chamberlin her first year and i am very hapupywith the school and the teachers i have never seen amy teacher go out if their way to help any student and here at chamberlin that is all they do is go out pf their way my child us bwry happy ahe chose chamberlin and so am i
Chamberlain is my Alma mater. I graduated in the top 50 with a weighted GPA of 5.5. I attended all four years and missed 5 days, total, so I'm pretty sure I'm qualified to review it. Chamberlain has some phenomenal teachers, teachers that are intelligent and compassionate. Obviously, like at every school, there are rotten eggs. The issue with Chamberlain was never inadequate teachers. It was administration that is completely out of touch with students and would rather focus on suspending students that are late to class than rewarding the students that show up every day and work hard to do well. They are overpaid and are blind to the actual needs of students and teachers. Furthermore, the school is a safety and health hazard in itself. Rats, roaches, and unidentifiable liquid coating the bathroom floors were worrisome at best, although I suspect these phenomena were not unique to my school. While I stand by that anyone who says high school is the best years of one's life never attended Chamberlain, I'd be lying to say that I didn't gain a lot from my school, particularly great teachers and what I hope to be lifelong friends. Good luck to current students, teachers, and staff.
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