About This School
In 2011, East Hoke Middle School had 17 students for every full-time equivalent teacher. The North Carolina average is 15 students per full-time equivalent teacher.
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East Hoke Middle School Reviews
I believe my son is happy and like's this school. We moved here from Texas and East Hoke offers diffrent activities that we're not accustomed too, but so far it's been great! I like the fact that when I requested a parent/teacher conf. I was able to meet with all of my son's teachers at once instead of at different times. Everyone can be on the same page.
This is the worst school my child has ever been to. The system, the kids, the teachers, their methods. It's all horrible. The staff are very rude and same with the female principle. Most of the kids are foul and have terrible language and most of the teachers are very rude to the children. Not to mention the poor sanitation. They dont even put soap in the student bathrooms. The walls are. Very dirty and the halls are barely clean. Things have gone down hill since my child has came to this school. He went from being a straight A student from a student that gets A's B's C's and even a D I would love for him to go to a different school but I have work and ts the only middle school in th district. This school doesn't have a good grading method either. I do not like the way things work around there. The teachers waste me time to call me while I'm at work to complain to me about something a simple and as little as gum? Then to put him In "ISS". My chid has always been good and that type of stuff show up on his record and for it to be over gum of all third makes me very angry. They need to get a grip and get a new principle. My child hadhas the worst school experience in his life at his school and thank good this is his last. Someone should do something about this school.
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