5 out of 10


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Annapolis High School

2700 Riva Rd
Annapolis, MD, 21401
(410) 266-5240

Annapolis High School, located in Annapolis, MD, serves grades 9-12 in the Annapolis High School. It received a GreatSchool Rating of 5 out of 10

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Student Diversity

Native American or Native Alaskan
Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander
White, non-Hispanic
Black, non-Hispanic


(43 Reviews)

It's my first year and I love it! The PVA program is great. Yes, there are fights ,but if you hang out with good people you'll be fine. Just walk away from fights. I have so much homework. I disagree with the parent who said they don't give any homework. The teachers are okay.
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If your teen does not need special education services, can deal with fights, the bad behavior, enroll in the IB, Advanced Placement, PVA or better tech programs, it may be OK. If your child needs special education services, WATCH OUT. Staff members who know my autistic child warned me away.
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I graduated Annapolis High School ten years ago. I took either honors classes or AP classes and it was an awesome experience. I learned a tremendous amount from the teachers the Math and Spanish departments really stood out.
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This school literally sucks. I moved from a school that teachers care about you and going to school was fun, NOT HERE. In any school students are what make a school, everyday there are atleast 3-5 fights a day, teachers dont care, principal could care less.
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I Love Annapolis Senior High. The staff is amazing, caring and by far the best teachers my children have ever had. The administration is caring and on top of it all. The IB Program and the PV Magnet make this school extra special but the entire high school is great.
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