About This School
In 2011, Hanes Middle School had 18 students for every full-time equivalent teacher. The North Carolina average is 15 students per full-time equivalent teacher.
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Hanes Middle School Reviews
Some parts are quite dilapidated, and the cafeteria food is not what one would call "Good", but the academics really even that out. This school has Project Lead the Way, a pre-engineering program that allows kids to design all sorts of things, a good HAG program, and a fallout shelter under the stairs. Yes, a fallout shelter.
i like this school very much i have many friends they make you earn your grade they make us work hard to get an a the only setback is the uniforms which i dont care for . the teachers are nice and care for us, we have fun activities to go along with the lessons and we have group work to encourage our colaboration as a twentie first centurie skill.
My son is academically gifted and has a reading disability. He has many of the characteristics of kids with academic gifts, including not fitting in that well with his peers (being a bit nerdy, talking about things they may not care much about, being a bit of a "smarty pants." He also has the disorganization of a student with a learning disability. His grades aren't that great, but the staff understand the reasons without letting him off the hook. This school seems to have been created especially to meet my son's needs! The staff is amazing, the STEM opportunities are unparallelled. It's truly a unique school. My husband has recieved a job offer that would require us to relocate, and we're seriously concerned about whether the school system in that area could meet his needs as well.
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