About This School
In 2011, Bartlett High School had 17 students for every full-time equivalent teacher. The Tennessee average is 15 students per full-time equivalent teacher.
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Bartlett High School Reviews
My son who is a transfer student ,is in the functional skills class , We have been the target of discrimination in some form for 3 years , I think it is time to take it to the top just to expose the behavior .
During my freshman year they put me in an English 9 honors class, and when I showed them this error and offered to go to a regular English 9 class they denied me. During my sophmore year they said I could make up a whole year of the English 9 class in 1 semester and I would continue to English 10 the next semester, but the school consuler lied to me and after passing the English 9 and 10 class I am still considered a freshman because they put on my transcript that I only passed 1 semester of English 9 instead of 1 year. Also during my freshman year, I was put in a Physical Science class in which the teacher was known for losing papers and for appartently pouring a little whiskey in her soda's during class. The teacher failed me even though I turned in 2 copies of every piece of work, including projects, and kept a folder of a third copy just in case I needed it. The band directer doesn't know how to keep a class together and quiet for more than 3 minutes at a time and I have talked to most of the band students that have them and almost 90% of them don't care what he says and almost 100% of them don't respect him for the way he runs the band and his class. I also have talked to the teachers that I have and they say that they don't respect him for the way he treats his students. Almost half of the teachers that I have probaly shouldn't teach the classes that they are teaching. Out of all the teachers that I have had, I can name about 3 or 4 teachers that I have had a positive experience in their classrooms, but most of the teachers classrooms are too loud to do work in their classrooms, or the teachers don't walk around or stand in front of the rooms asking if every student in the class knows how to do the work. Because of the horrible teachers and consulers at Bartlett, my family is looking at other schools in the Shelby County School District for me to go to. Overall, Bartlett High School in Tennessee should be rated in bottom 10% of Tennessee Schools.