Winnetonka High School
Kansas City, MO 64119
About This School
In 2011, Winnetonka High School had 15 students for every full-time equivalent teacher. The Missouri average is 14 students per full-time equivalent teacher.
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Winnetonka High School Reviews
violent,trashy,drugs,non caring.....This school has went WAY down hill
I loved this school and about all the breaking in and what not that doesn't happen anymore. Its a great schol to send you kids to despite what you have heard I went there for 4 years just graduated in December and now have a GREAT job and and I'm doing good in life and I think that it was because the staff and kids that influnced me to do good in life they push you to do your best and nothing is free!I love Tonka and I will forever be a Griffin!!
i went to winnetonk in 2010. there were fights everyday and no respect for the teachers. noit to mention almost every friday the school was broken into and tagged by northtown. the moral was low in school. and kids are finding other ways to bully each other. at that age a kid needs security knowing school is going to be a safe place for them to go. no one want to go to a crappy school like that but sadly i had no choice.
It's not just Winnetonka, Northgate and a handful of their elementary schools are the same way! My son attends one of those elementary schools and I'm doing everything in my power to get him transferred to another school.
My daughter attended Winnetonka for 2 years in the late 90's. When my daughter became truant often and then asked me if she could drop out and get her GED I gave her my blessings. Winnetonka had some deep-rooted problems back then and I am sure they are worse now. The realtors in our neighborhood tell every potential buyer that the high school here (Winnetonka) is way below average and folks have a difficult time selling their houses because of the school's stupidity. What exactly is the issue that keeps Winnetonka a less than mediocre school?