I recently graduated from Treasure Coast High School as part of the class of 2013. Let us begin with the very lack of professionalism coming from the staff, they show little respect to students or parents alike, claim credit for others (teachers/students) work, and whenever a problem arises blame it
... Read more on a teacher or student. Guidance Counselors are never reachable and dont do their job. During my senior year they notified roughly 60 students they did not have a specfic credit they needed to graduate 3 weeks before graduation. Mind you this being after they supposedly did credit checks at the first week of senior year. Finding a good teacher is a rarity in this school, In total i believe i had five my whole way through highschool. They fail to use the skyward system to keep up with students grades, and generally just have a lack of care for their job. This school simply represents the laziness in our education system nowadays. How can we expect students to care when the majority of staff and teachers do not. To anyone reading this review, I strongly recommend you send your child else where. This is coming from a student who played sports, was in all honor classes, and has their AA. Read less
Posted by a other on 11/19/13
I have two children attending this school and this past school year was the worst ever! In both of my kids classes there were teachers who were absent for most of the year due to their parents illness for one and the other one, I have no idea. Then you have some teachers who do not use Skyward! They
... Read more do not have any accountability and use another site or none at all. When I called to complain about it, all of a sudden they would populate my child's grade and then when new semester would begin this same teacher would not use Skyward or would tell me that she had not given many grades that 9 wks. I agree with previous post that the school has gone down since Ms. Roberts left 2 yrs ago. Oh and try getting ahold of a counselor. Good luck! I hope this year will be much better. I do want to say that there are some teachers that are awesome but unfortunately they are not the norm. I do have to give kudos for Ms. P_ _ _ _ who is a guidance counselor and is exceptional!! She gets 5 stars from me!! She is quick and resolves issues quickly! Love her! BTW, my kids are both in Honor classes. Read less
Posted by a parent on 07/09/13
This is my third review I have inputted regarding my opinion on TCHS. I am assuming someone does not want other parents to be aware of what has happened to me. My child loves the school but as a parent I couldn't be more disappointed. My child was taught by 3 substitutes for the year. How can a child
... Read more learn off ditties, how can a child develop good study habits or note taking skills when an actual certified teacher is not present. Very afraid my child will not be prepared for college. Read less
Posted by a parent on 07/08/13
Some of the teachers are awesome. Some belittle the students and talk down to them. Could you refresher course on how to deal with students. These aren't the everyday kids that give trouble either. Step up and be that teacher, give credit to the ones that due make the difference. School however very
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Posted by a parent on 05/26/13
Very disorganized , unprofessional,rude people at this place.Very sad to think we citizens pay to hire unqualified people to intimidate parents and their children. No accountability from anyone there.
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Posted by a parent on 09/28/12
I love this school. It has helped me expand my academic horizon very far. Class of '2012'
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Posted by a student on 07/05/11
The staff and teachers are very helpful and professional. The service is excellent, we considered the school like our second family.
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Posted by a parent on 01/25/11
Overall happy with the school. Wished that my daughter' s teacher would have recommended moving her up in her math since she already knew all of it. Had mentioned this at the beginnning of the school year but didn't get anywhere. More fun activities for the students since they work hard. Thank you to
... Read more all the wonderful teachers who are under paid for what they go through. 'Thank you' for teaching you all make a difference in our childrens lives. Read less
Posted by a parent on 05/02/10
This school is amazing, it helps kids in every grade to focus more on learning by making the enviornment safe and comfortable, there is rarely a fight, no bullys, and an amazing staff that will help you to reach your full potential!!
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Posted by a student on 04/27/10
I have been attending Treasure Coast for 3 years. I have watched so many improvement in teachers, teaching, and in the atmosphere, this year being the first class of true Titans the spirit is at all time high. There will always be room for improvement. Some teachers care and others just dont give diddly
... Read more squat whether you come or not, while others are there for you on and off the feild persay. Sometimes we know the Dress Code Nazis can be a little to much, but when you got a problem they are there. The teachers could be better instead of 'your in honors you should know this' sometimes we just need a little refresher. Some need to turn on their lights for a day and wake some kids up, while others need to teach. But this school is a great school with a lot of potential. Read less
* In 2011-2012 Florida used the Florida Comprehensive Assessment Test (FCAT) to test students in grades 4, 8 and 10 in writing. The Florida Comprehensive Assessment Test (FCAT) is a standards-based test, which means it measures how well students are mastering specific skills needed to progress through school. The FCAT writing exam is scored on a scale of 1 to 6. The state considers a score of 3 or above as meeting state standards.
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Port Saint Lucie schools — Treasure Coast High School is located at 1000 Sw Darwin Blvd, Port Saint Lucie FL 34953. 1000 Sw Darwin Blvd is in the 34953 ZIP code in Port Saint Lucie, FL The school district for Treasure Coast High School is the St. Lucie County Public Schools. Treasure Coast High School is a Public school that serves grade levels 9 - 12.
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