Harnett Central Middle5

Angier, NC | Harnett County


March 12, 2015

I am a student and this is not a bad school. I have AG classes with mrs.king and we learn everything we have to. I fee like the person that said that Hispanics are racist to white people is lying I have many white and black friends and if you ask any student they would tell you that they are friends with at least a Hispanic. We are currently getting chrome books every student is getting one. For all those people who have said that this is a bad school are lying yes it's not a perfect school but the teachers are great at what they do. And yes maybe they can't stop all the fights that happen but there ain't any school that doesn't have fights.

November 16, 2014

The teachers have said to the students that they don't know what they are teaching. Fights break out in front of teachers and they do not do anything. The teachers are absent AT LEAST once a week. This school could not be any worse. Hispanics are racist towards the white kids. It is truly a terrible school.

Submitted by a parent

May 22, 2014

I have worked in three middle schools and this one is by far the best. The administration is extremely fair and they work hard to promote a positive morale among students as well as the staff. We have excellent teachers on our staff that really care about kids. The kids are some of the best I've worked with, as well. We have some problems, like any middle school, but overall this is a great place to work and learn.

Submitted by a teacher

June 20, 2013

Reading some of these reviews I have to clear some problems up. To people that talk about poor communication: HCMS has Sunday all calls, meaning that every person that is on the school call list gets a phone call with all the upcoming information that is necessary. To talk about how students are in the hall, we have one of the largest middle schools in the state and if you just allow middle school students to roam, they will roam and a lot of them cause problems in the hall with noise and playing around. To talk about that students are not to be heard, I will disagree whole heartedly, I myself use SIOP and many other student centered and driven classroom instruction models daily. I know many to most of my other co-workers are alike in this. I hope this shines a better light on my workplace and everyone takes a second look at HCMS.

Submitted by a teacher

May 9, 2013

This school has the worst communication between parents and teachers. They rely on students to relay messages home verbally. Is it to hard to use email?

Submitted by a parent

February 14, 2013

If you are moving to the area and are considering enrolling your child into this school I have one piece of advice for you. DONT DO IT! This school is run by egomaniac authoritarians who believe that children should be seen and not heard. If you have never seen 6th, 7th, and 8th graders standing outside the bathroom going in one at a time then you will be shocked when you see it here. They are required to walk in lines everywhere they go, and are constantly followed and observed so they can be immediately disciplined for the smallest of infractions. It reminds me of my days in Marine Corps Basic Training! The children are segregated on the bus as well as in PE class, and they are not allowed to talk to each other, EVER! If they open their mouths to speak they are immediately and publicly disciplined by the staff. And that includes while they are eating lunch. The teachers believe that parent teacher conferences are only for children who are having problems with their grades, or who they deem to be causing problems. I strongly urge you to spend a few minutes walking the hallways observing how the students and teachers interact before enrolling your child here.

Submitted by a parent

January 18, 2012

Centrally located in Angier, NC. Population of around 1200 students, grades 6-8. Awesome arts department!

Submitted by a teacher

August 5, 2009

Harnett county isnt too bad once you see it. It's really ok the classrooms are nice and the teachers are stern but fun and that always helps getting childerens attention

Submitted by a student

July 14, 2009

This school is an good school. Administration deals with most problems, but some are overlooked. Bus system is okay, but we have had a few problems with it. I transfered in to this school from a military school this year and have found everyone very friendly and welcoming. This being my fourth school transfer in four years I found it to be ranked 4th out of the 5 schools.I also have AG classes and my grade average was 98.6. My teachers this year were Mrs. Kathy Bond and Ms. Ashley Messer. I think teaching here was thorough and exceptionally above average.

Submitted by a student

June 4, 2008

wonderful school! I've been here all three years of middle school and the administration and needs of the kids are met if you are civil yourself. personally I love this school. here I got the academically gifted classes because thorough teaching style at this school boosted my grades from below average to A's

Submitted by a student

May 14, 2008

great school! this school has awsome teachers!!!my fav. teachers are mrs.ashely messer, mrs.kathy bond, and mr.dan greider who is sadly retiring!!!go raiders!!!this school rox my sox!!!i am a 6th graider at this school!!!

Submitted by a parent

December 17, 2007

Terrible School! Parents are not listened to when it comes to the need of thier child. Administration not friendly. Would not recommend at all!

Submitted by a parent

December 20, 2005

This is the home of the raiders. This is the best middle school I have ever been to. We have cleanest school award, best football team, awesome athletic students and awesome teachers! Well you got my piont of view but the best teachers of all are: mrs.Ashly messer, mrs.Morris who sadly left us in 2005,mr.Charles leake,and last but not leats.....Ms.Layne mcdonald! They are the most awesome teachers I have ever had! ~ ashley wright~

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