Teague Middle School
Altamonte Springs, FL 32714
About This School
In 2011, Teague Middle School had 20 students for every full-time equivalent teacher. The Florida average is 15 students per full-time equivalent teacher.
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Grade 6 Math Performance
Teague Middle School Reviews
This school is just plain not good. From how FCAT was set up this year, cafeteria food, and even the teachers. I will admit, our school is not the only school in which things can be improved on, but Teague is the only middle school I have gone to and I have realized in the two years I have gone here, things still amaze me of how bad everything is. Did you know during the lunch, we are not allowed to rise from our tables, unless we raise our hands? Do you know how many students there are in the cafeteria? About 500 in each lunch. Oh, and if you get up and move around in any way and a teacher catches you, you get a Wednesday or Saturday detention, no arguments allowed. Also, only one girl is allowed into the bathroom at a time. This would be acceptable if the bathrooms had only one toilet or sink, but no, there are three bathrooms! And three sinks also. The entire school system is VERY messed up because it seems these days, people seem to care more if students chew gum in class or speak without raising their hands, than using correct grammar or figuring out the surface area of a cube. We are treated like four year olds, and therefore act like young children.
I think Teague is great and i love everyhing about it
We had a wonderful middle school experience with the "gifted" program and teachers. Mrs Sherman is one of the most dedicated teachers I have ever had the pleasure of knowing. I was saddened to see that the gifted program had morphed into a gifted/honors program. It seems to hold back the gifted students. Also the situation with which the students are treated in the cafeteria is ridiculous. How do you expect them to become young adults when they are treated like grade schoolers?!
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