Honestly, my experience in Tnis was pretty poor. There are lots of bullies and people that threaten you. The education is pretty nice though, but the rest is poor, especially the teachers. They are rude and shout at you often. And they're scary. I don't like this school, from my experience. And they are strict about the school dress code. Mrs. Kerving, Buller, and Mr Dooley are all really really mean. They are not nice. I was greeting the new international kid, and he just shouted at me for not doing my work in food tech, even though I was telling him about food tech because he didn't know what to do. Personally, this is a really garbage school.
this school was pretty nerve wrecking when you first enrol and its pretty exciting too.
the teachers try to take care of your mental health but they overbear it and send you to the student counsellor if you seem abnormally sad (personal experience).
they try to keep the kids not comparing themselves to others which on paper sounds like a good idea but it just makes them want to compare themselves even more.
the school is also very separated into groups/gangs. the cishet 'DA BOIS' who harass people out and in of school. the girls get separated into sub-categories too. the 'white girls' who are the stereotypical social-media, boy hungry, pick me type. and then we have the talented children and the ones who just dont 'fit it'. some are gifted child burnout.
the teachers are also worse. feels like you're being watched 24/7. there is one teacher who is amazing who is in tech. most of them either self deprecate you. it honestly depends on their learning style.
well if you wanna enrol go ahead but its a pretty below average experience.
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