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  • William Blount High School6

    Maryville, TN | Blount County

    December 15, 2014

    Improved by leaps and bounds. I'd put them up against any TN school any day.

    Submitted by a parent

    June 22, 2014

    WBHS is a great schopromethium ol because of it's caring administration and teachers. All work together, with very limited resources, to provide the best educational experience possible for the students. Other nearby schools tout their ACT scores, football championships, promethium boards, etc..., but arrogance is not a lesson children should learn.

    January 26, 2014

    This place is underfunded and essentially treated like a prison. When your suspended from every school in the system, they send you here. It's like being in prison even for the kids that do nothing wrong. The education is abysmal and the administration is too focused on enforcing nit-picking rules about cell phones to provide proper education. The staff is utterly unreasonable as well, you can tell that having every problem child in the nearby city systems has made most teachers entirely intolerant of most students. It has no funding, is utterly overcrowded, and most of the assignments are tantamount to busy work. Avoid this school at any and all cost if you'd like your child to have a future. After being a student here, I went to work as a teacher to see the world from the other side of the desk. I was surprised that the things that made me frustrated as a student are still frustrating as a teacher. Despite efforts made by many teachers to truly educate their children, the staff hinders any real learning in every way with the use of their excessive rule list to punish students for the slightest infractions.

    Submitted by a teacher

    June 20, 2012

    The school is severely underfunded. The teachers are tired of it, and therefore do not provide the students the quality education that they deserve. It is not that the teachers are bad, the tools that they are given to work with are not up to par. In one instance, teachers used their own money to purchase net books, but the school would not extend the WiFi network to cover the devices. You do not realize this until your child is knee deep in the school. Do your "homework" now!

    Submitted by a parent

    February 8, 2011

    Where I live, IS zoned for William Blount. But now my daughter has to go to heritage, which is COMPLETELY wrong. The principal is being unreasonable. I will have to drive 30 minutes there and back to get her to school. It's completely unreasonable, it's NOT okay. I mean, they have houses in my area in the Nearby homes for sale! These administrators is unacceptable! My daughter is having to start all over, from being with people who she's known since kindergarten to people she's never met! There's a girl on the SAME street who's going to William Blount, but my daughter isn't aloud. And my daughter isn't a bad student, she is co captain on her middle school cheerleading team and making all A's in honors alegbra in EIGHTH grade. This has been completely unreasonable.

    Submitted by a parent

    August 30, 2010

    This scholl is ran by the Good Ol'Boy system, from the principal all the way down to the teachers who can't stand kids. I'm sick of thinking that my son has three more years here because I can't afford to pay tuition for him to go to a school that gives kids a fighting chance. I'm surprised it hasn't been shut down.

    Submitted by a parent

    November 29, 2009

    The teachers truly make this school wonderful and go above and beyond to not only teach the lesson but to educate the students about life itself. Unfortunately the administration wastes 90% of its time and resources carrying out punishments for frivolous rules that the teachers and students both disagree with. Like the prohibition, the school makes illegal with overly seveir punishments a common thing. In essence they create the rule violations themselves, just like the prohibition cause an increase in crime rate. A suspension for having a cell phone is ridiculous. As is having to move the huge in school suspension group to the gym for students who forgot to get their admits.

    Submitted by a student

    August 13, 2009

    I am an alumnus of WB and currently am earning my BS in Sustainability at Furman University. I feel that WBHS prepared me very well for college and that it offered me many unique and engaging opportunities that helped me become a well-rounded and centered person. I feel that even though WBHS may be a public high school, the teachers and staff have a commitment to excellence and success that is every bit as strong as any private institution. I am honored and pleased to be an alumnus and would strongly encourage anyone moving into the district to allow their children to attend WBHS.

    May 5, 2008

    I have never, ever had a problem in this school. It is the best school that I have ever attended, both educationally and otherwise. The teachers are amazing. All the teachers that I have had offer tutoring at least twice a week and almost always, four or five. It is wonderful, and the administration is excellent. You must remember that everyone does the best they can with what they have, and these ladies and gentlemen are no different. They have done a phenomenal job dealing with any and every possibilty of a problem, even if it hasn't arisen, and safety measures are at high priority. It may seem strange to the students now, but safety is number one, and everyone will be thankful later. I feel very privileged to be able to attend this school, and I know that I will be prepared for anything after my four years.

    Submitted by a student

    March 6, 2008

    the school is extreamly overcrowded and the teachers are doing the best they can with what they have but some of the policies are ridiculous

    Submitted by a student

    February 7, 2008

    I attend William Blount High School, and I must say that it is truly the best school I have ever seen. I have not always attended Blount County schools, so I did not come in with a biased opinion. The staff are all very professional, willing, and helpful. I have never once been turned down for anything. On the contrary, the teachers have taken time out of their own busy schedules to stay after school, come before school, or even help during their planning perios or lunch. The basic classes and programs at William Blount are advanced in many other schools. I can honestly say that all students coming out of this school are fully prepared for college or even vocational jobs, if that is what they choose. The atmosphere itself is wonderful. It is such a diverse school, and everyone is friendly and welcoming.

    Submitted by a student

    September 6, 2007

    I have had four children come through William Blount High School. I would have to say that all four of them tremendously enjoyed being part of William Blount High School. The teachers have very high academic standards for the students, but they are also very caring. One of my daughters tested completely out of college math. Math was not her strong subject. What is considered the basics at WBHS is advanced at many institutions. My children were all involved with activities at school. Some were, band, newspaper, yearbook, art club, Beta Club, and choir. All these programs are excellent at William Blount. I was always welcomed to come to help with activities at the school. I am very pleased with the education that William Blount provides.

    Submitted by a parent

    August 30, 2007

    I go to William Blount right now, im a freshman and ive been in school for a little bit more than 4 weeks..so far I love it the school spirit is amazing and every friday we have a pep rally to get us pumped for the big game! The teachers r pretty cool, they can be harsh at times but if you respect them they will respect u back. There is a large amount of 'Bad Kids' at this school but that would probably b the only downfall.Go govs!!

    Submitted by a student

    July 7, 2007

    I attended from 2001-2005 when Dr. Martin was principal. The leadership and preparation for life from the teachers is overall pathetic. The good teachers are wonderful; the bad teachers were very unprofessional.

    Submitted by a former student

    February 10, 2005

    I have attended WBHS for one year. The teachers are wonderful as well as the Principals. There is alot of oppertunities at WBHS, You have sports, vocational courses, Extra activities, and the staff helps out as much as possible to prepare you for college. Its not like other schools in Blount County Where you have all those diffrent clicks. People pretty much respect you IF you do the same.

    Submitted by a student

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