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Hi! My name is Anna, I have just started my sophomore year in Polytechnic High School and want to share my opinion about it. In my humble opinion high school years are the most important, interesting and easygoing years in one’s life. During the studies in middle school I was looking forward to high school years expecting something interesting and special. Actually I got more than I expected. PHS provides a really great environment for making these three years unforgettable. It is a place for getting a good quality education in combination with an interesting school life. As we know PHS is a part of Polytechnic University so it also provides a huge opportunity of getting used to university lifestyle before entering it. To be brief PHS will undoubtedly give you much more than any other high school.
As a student of Polytechnic High School, who studies here for over a year, I formed an opinion about this place. Well, it’s a place with an atmosphere of learning, almost everyone here tries to achieve some heights, so owing to a competitive mood, everyone starts to learn harder and better. In our school teachers are very skillful, and they are ready to help you with any of your questions. Sometimes, when serious tests are upcoming, our teachers arrange consultations, in order to make us completely ready to them. In conclusion I will add, if you have serious intentions to be good at Math, Physics and IT, it will be a perfect place for you
During the last year I got rather attached to this school. I enjoy going there day after day because of numerous reasons. One of these reasons – we are taught by real professionals in all means. Our teachers are extremely experienced and work hard to make us educated and literate. Another cause is the atmosphere. In Polytechnic High School I met a lot of sincere friends and mates who are eager to help you anytime. Besides that, school teaches you to become self-confident, independent and responsible. That’s why I really like this school and impatiently wait to go again in this forge of knowledge.