Northern Neck Technical Center School

Route 3, Warsaw, VA 22572 | (804) 333-4940
  • Grades: 9-12
  • Student Enrollment: Unknown
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4 out of 5 | 2 Reviews
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School Description

School Summary and Highlights
  • Enrolls high school students from grades 9-12
Additional Contact Information
  • Mailing Address: PO Box 787, Warsaw, VA 22572
School Operational Details
  • Vocational School
  • Shared Time School

Faculty Details and Student Enrollment

Students and Faculty
  • Total Students Enrolled: 0
  • Total Full Time "Equivalent" Teachers: 0
Source: VA Department of Education, Source: NCES 2009-2010

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Overall Rating: 4

4 out of 5 | 2 Reviews
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2 reviews for Northern Neck Technical Center School

  • Reviewed by Teacher on April 30, 2008
  • Rating: 5 (5 / 5) Flag as inappropriate
  • I taught at this facility from 1981-1989. The Northern Neck is very fortunate to have this educational center for their sons and daughters.

    I read another review from a parent. A cosmetology teacher was not "understanding." Oh, waaaah. Poor, pitiful thing.

    I wonder if the parent knows how much this teacher hears every day from students that is not an instructional question or statement. We are talking about adolescents. Come on. No one understands or commiserates with teens. That would not be acceptable by any teen. Furthermore, teachers are not baby-sitters. They have given their professional lives over to teaching others for very little pay and long hours. Yes, they have some time off in the summers. So what. Everyone gets vacation.

    Teachers are supposed to teach. This facility and their dedicated teachers give students a vocation. Your tax dollars at work. That means their students should be able to be responsible, self-supporting citizens when they graduate.

    Maybe the teacher has an expectation that is unrealistic of the poor misunderstood student whose parent is afraid to use a name for fear that the teacher will get an "attitude." , but I doubt it.

    Get a grip, get a life, whatever, Mom or Dad. Let your adolescent grow up and practice some responsibility. Let the student and teacher work it out. Stop being a whiney baby and support your child's education instead of undermining his/her teachers.
  • Reviewed by Parent/Guardian on September 19, 2007
  • Rating: 3 (3 / 5) Flag as inappropriate
  • My daughter has just started the Cosmetology Program and has to leave the class early due to Earth Science. She's very stressed because the instructor isn't very understanding. I didn't put my name at the top because I didn't want the teacher to get an attitude with my already stressed daughter. Thank you
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