The Course Evaluation Guide is finally here! Thank you to everyone who filled out the survey. If you have any questions, please contact Vinay Tummarakota, Junior-at-Large, at email@example.com or Ray Shang, Sophomore-at-Large at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Each year, Student Council has released a Course Evaluation Guide to help students decide what courses to choose for the following year. The CEG is a compilation of ratings, thoughts, and advice submitted by your very own peers who have already taken the course. The evaluations are split into the categories of engagement, challenge, hours of homework/week, and hours of studying/test. Additionally, the teachers who taught the course in the previous year are listed as well as potential contacts and general comments or advice about the course. More specific bar graphs are provided to show the distribution of results for the various criteria evaluated. Keep in mind that Course Evaluation Guide is meant to evaluate elective courses, so Foreign Language and other mandatory courses are not listed here. Also, some courses did not receive enough submissions to be considered for an evaluation. These courses are listed in the Miscellaneous Section. We hope you enjoy the guide and use it as a resource to aid in course selection for next year!
If you are interested in viewing last year’s guide, you can find it here
Course Evaluation Guide
There guide is split into different links, and there is one link for each class. Click on the link labeled with the class that you want to learn more about. Before you do that, it is encouraged to read the introduction to get a better understanding of what the numbers in this guide mean.
MATHEMATICS & COMPUTER SCIENCE: