The answer, simply, is "yes." But the same can be said of any high school in this country, public or private. My daughter received her Master of Social Work degree from University of Michigan in April 2010. As part of her training there, she spent a year working with addicts at U of M hospital. All the local high schools there had the same problem. She is a 2005 graduate of Dana Hills High and went into social work because of all the bullying, drugs, troubled young people and troubled adults she saw and experienced in the public schools. The situation for our youth is truly devastating. How could we, as adults, have allowed things to become so terrible for them. Our youth deserve a stable, safe, decent, caring environment in which to grow up and they don't have that. Shame on us.