I went to BEHS my freshman, sophomore, and first junior year and am currently at Hanahan High School for my second junior year. I have a love-hate relationship with BE. It is a beautiful school with a wonderful athletic program. They expect nothing but the best from their students. That being said, they
... Read more do not offer very much for students that lack academic gifts. BE also has one of the best programs for students with special needs in the country. However, they are only helpful to students with born needs. I became extremely sick my junior year and BE did not seem to try to help me with my situation at all. Also, the students at BE are, for the most part, replicas of each other and are quite snooty and rude. (This is not every student, just the majority.) The arts program is also quite a sad excuse for an arts department. I would also like to make it known that the best math teacher I've ever had is at BE. Coach Cantey is not only a wonderful coach (he's head coach of BE's varsity football team and has lead the team to 2 state champs) but a very good teacher. I love and still consider myself a Bishop when it comes to sports. Read less
Posted by a other on 09/14/13
My son is in his senior year. This school seems to care about your child's education. I did not want my son in a public school with no moral values. BE has excellent teachers, and a challenging curriculum.
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Posted by a parent on 03/13/12
I haven't even been to this school, but have been accepted, and I already despise it. Go read the student handbook and you'll see what I mean. They have the most nit-picky rules. It is practically defying the First Amendment in almost every way. You can't express yourself and your personality, and there
... Read more are so many violations it's probably as easy to get kicked out as it is to breathe in oxygen. This is completely ridiculous, and I hope that I can enroll in another school before this is my last option, which would be absolutely terrible. Do yourself a favor, and don't even consider this school. The Dress Code is RIDICULOUS, your hair can't touch your collar, and other useless rules of the like. Thank you for reading this, and hopefully you can "save" your children somewhere else. Read less
Posted by a other on 04/09/11
I am the parent of a college freshman who graduated from BE last year. Our student credits BE for his success this past year! He even used some of his notes from previous classes to aid in his studies, and a few AP credits were a definite boost up! The level of discipline was never a problem for us.
... Read more It supported our desire to raise responsible and respectful children. BE allows your student to grow to their full potential and gives them the tools they need for their next step in life. Read less
Posted by a parent on 04/26/10
I am the parent of a BE sophomore. My husband and I are extremely happy with the education our daughter is receiving. Academics are offered at a variety of levels so that your child can track honors to AP classes in the areas in which she excels and college prep in other areas. Most of our child's teachers
... Read more have been outstanding educators who have inspired and nutured her. Athletics have also become a big part of our daughter's life and we've been impressed by the organization and coaching. Finally, the campus is safe and welcoming. I highly recommend this school for those willing to work hard in an environment with high standards for both behavior and academics. Even in these tough economic times, we'll be sending another child to BE next year. It's worth every penny! Read less
Posted by a parent on 12/07/09
The school has an excellent english department and a variety of good extracurricular programs. For being a relatively small school it still provided a variety of classes, such as computer-science, and advanced physics and biology. The religion classes give students a good understanding of the Catholic
... Read more faith and world history from a western civilization/Christian perspective. However, world history education on non-western civilizations was lacking. Read less
Posted by a student on 04/20/09
One of my children is a BE graduate and the other a current student. We feel lucky that we have been able to give them the opprtunity of a BE education. The educational track program is tailored to each specific student. There are extracurricular programs for children with all interests...sports, drama,
... Read more art, you name it. Teachers all have scheduled help sessions after school. Parent teacher conferences are scheduled several times a year. A top notch school. Read less
Posted by a parent on 04/09/09
Great school! Huge emphasis on academics. The sports programs and extra-cirricular activities great. Nice to see a school that also places a good emphasis on discipline in today's 'blame-someone-else' world.
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Posted by a parent on 03/24/09
The school is okay, but they put WAY TOO MUCH emphasis on discipline, when they should care more about important things. I understand discipline is necessary but the school has the most absurd, nit-picking rules.
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Posted by a student on 08/12/08
I LOVE Bishop England High School. I will be a sophomore this coming year, and I think Bishop England is awesome. I wouldn't want to go to any other high school.
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Daniel Island schools — Bishop England High School is located at 363 Seven Farms Dr, Daniel Island SC 29492. 363 Seven Farms Dr is in the 29492 ZIP code in Daniel Island, SC The school district for Bishop England High School is the Diocese Of Charleston. Bishop England High School is a Catholic school that serves grade levels 9 - 12.
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