Mrs. Rogers was by far my favorite teacher and toughest teacher that I ever had. However, I learned more in her class in one year that I did in all my years at BSH. She was and still is my favorite teacher, I miss her !
She is by far the toughest teacher I've ever had. She is very demanding on her students and expects the best from them on her tests and compositions. She will prepare you for college. I recommend that you take her class if you have the option. Also, she makes the best peanut butter balls!!!
an extremely challenging teacher. u must love to read and write in her class. it's her way or the highway. she will prepare u for college though. i guarantee.
For those of us who enjoy the written art of literature, Mrs. Rogers is an invaluable asset for the college-bound and a premiere grammar teacher--do not expect the class to be easy though! Sometimes the work will seem unbearable. You will never have a spring break when in her class; it is simply the time to work on your term paper. While Mrs. Rogers encourages individual analysis during class, remember to only use her interpretation when taking a test. Once you get used to the class, it is can be fun.
Rating after the first semester of college: Shes great. I got an A- in my college English class while I got C+'s in her class. You just need to take her english honors class for two years. Take it easy senior year and go to kimbrough.
Defying the laws of aging, the ancient Sara Rogers pushes her students as hard as she did 20 years ago, though she's become quite senile. Just don't tell it to her face...especially "not on this carpet."
I graduated in 93 and I learned more from her than any other teacher.She was very tough, but pushed students to be their best.I know it sounds cliched,but true
Sara Rogers was one of my memorable teachers over 20 years ago. She was one of the hardest teachers that I had, but I enjoyed and learned more from that class.
Even though she's the devil, no one can teach better than she can.
Mrs. Rogers is very nice, and she DOES give A's. You just have to work for them. As long as you're willing to try she'll help you in any way she can.