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A London highschool, everyone seems to want to go to but its in such a bad hood, emo's and goths are known best here because of the arts program we have.
theres a fight daily over drugs or girls.
its downtown and infront of a meth clinc and behind the school is a man's homeless shelter.
girl:hey did you see those crackheads steal that bike from that girl in our math class today?

girl2:yeah thank god he got jumped, Nick Finleey stole all his chron to

girl:oh yeah i heard that one guy in our gym class beat him good with his boys.

h b beal dont send your kids there.

boy:man guys stop being so loud, dont want the teachers to know gez, n00bz.
by d0n7b3h473Rz March 05, 2008
 
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A lot of people have a very bad impression of Beal high school, it's time that things be set straight. Having a renown arts program complete with ten art studios and also fantastic musical theatre, broadcasting, and technology departments, Beal is the kind of school that is great for all different kinds of people and especially the artistically inclined. The teachers are mostly wonderful and skilled at what they do, they always remain professional but are also there to offer words of wisdom and help to anyone who looks for it.

Although of course the location seems not the greatest, downtown and close to the methadone clinic, that has NOTHING to do with the school itself. Standing out front and waiting for the bus after school, I must see at least four cop cars on patrol in the forty-five minute time period. The students are being looked after all the time, and have a cop on staff inside the school itself to keep things mellow. Of course there are fights, as there are at every school in existence; even the catholic ones, it is nothing new. Drugs, alot of people complain about the amount of drugs at Beal, well let's analyze that for a moment. People seem to think Beal has more of a drug population than any other school, this is probable true, and do you know WHY that is? Because we have over 2000 teenagers, more than any other school in the city.

Parents, stop worrying. If you have a good kid, it doesn't matter the school they go to. And saying that, a kid who dabbles in drugs, or walks downtown with a tougher crowd, is not necessarily a bad kid! If you'd take a minute to stop judging them, and stop judging Beal, you'd see all the good things the school is doing by being a positive outlet for creative expression and a safe haven to all kinds of stereotypes that would be ostracized at other schools. It is also easily the most LGBT friendly school in the city and is truly a place where you can be yourself.
Gay-Straight Alliance,
Christian Fellowship,
Coffee House for Musicians,
Battle of the Bands,
Musical Theatre,
Drama Club,
Arts Program,

And many other groups or events to join so that EVERYONE feels welcome. H B Beal is a place for everybody.
by S. Ocean July 10, 2008
 
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H.B. Beal is a old school that has a lot of ESL (English as a Second Language) students due to the good ESL program and ESL classes. It has a lot of good academic students, teachers, and programs—in addition to excellent technical and art programs, teachers, and students. It has many good student programs and athletics and is secured through the fact that the police station is almost next door and there are always cops in the school and cop cars on and around the streets next to Beal. In this respect it is a good school. It is true though that the school has a higher then average substance abuse problem due to the fact that most of it’s clientele come from a bad neighborhood—old east (the worst part of the city); there are countless emos, goths, losers, weird people, stoners, addicts, sluts, etc. Due to this it is easy for kids to mix in the bad crowd and change themselves into something that may be negative for them and become losers in the future. On the upside though there are many smart people, athletes, and safely social students, and ethnic people because of the good programs and activities fostered in a respectful school setting. The school isn’t as bad as Clark, which has a high number of teen mothers; or maybe even South, which has a gang problem. Basically, it is a good school (programs and teachers) in a bad area; This results in a mix of either good students and bad students, and less of a number of mediocre (in between) students. It also increases the risk that good kids become bad kids by mixing with bad kids; and that bad kids become good kids by mixing with good kids (although less common). Basically, if you don’t live in the area or if your kid doesn’t need to go to a special ESL, technical, or art program don’t send them here; send them to Lucas, Saunders, or Central instead. If you are Catholic send them to a Catholic school—they are all pretty good.
E.G. 1. There was a fight that broke out in the “smoke pit” at h b beal it escalated and went out onto Dundas street where it blocked traffic. The fight had something to do with drugs or girls.
E.G. 2. Someone sent their daughter here and by grade 10 she was a prostitute, pregnant, and on drugs while being addicted to booze and smoking.
E.G. 3. Many kids have walked into here and left for University or College in a variety of programs.
E.G. 4. Bill got a job at an auto garage because he took auto tech at Beal. His girlfriend became a plummer by completing an apprenticeship.
E.G. 4. I rate this school a 6 out of 10. The worst in London is a 5 and the best is an 8.
E.G. 5. You have to take of Pasic’s and Nagy’s classes. When you take English class don’t take Evan’s because she is a biach, take Fenn’s or Armstrong’s. Never take one of Di Cicco’s classes, she is the same as Evans.
E.G. 6. When you go to this school get in the good crowd and stay there.
by Jack McNeil July 10, 2008