Charles Schletzbaum

Average 4.0 based on 55 teacher ratings
Charles Schletzbaum is a Physics teacher at Milpitas High School located in Milpitas, California and part of MUSD. Charles Schletzbaum's 55 teacher ratings contributes to Milpitas High School's ranking of 1,244 in California. Additionally, the average teacher rating at Milpitas High School is 4.02 stars.
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lol i finessed an A from Schletz my junior year just by laughing at his jokes, talking about his horrible taste in music, and knowing how to make a final a "group exam" without anyone knowing. He's always walking around and even though he's a big guy (for you), he is like a god damn ninja the way he maneuvers through the tight rows with silence and ease. Sit in the back row and you'll be good ;)
xoxo
~ your favorite student

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Treats us like adults and doesn't care if we're on our phones, but he is pretty unclear when teaching

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To be honest, Schletz is an okay teacher. His lectures are usually confusing and he's not all that great at explaining things clearly. However, he is a great person and he's always super nice! He constantly jokes around and the class is super easy.

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Schletzbaum is an average teacher, but a cool person. some people may say his lectures are confusing, but you just gotta concentrate. His class is very chill. Ppl should stop complaining about him. Take learning into your own hands. loved his class.

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What a joke. I graduated from Milpitas High School a while ago and for some reason I cannot forget what a joke this guy is. Not too say he's worse than other teachers. Most of the teachers are a joke at Milpitas High.

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Definitely plays favorites. If you aren't one of them, it won't be an easy A (as in, you'd actually have to work unlike his favorites that barely do anything besides play Yugioh or buys him food).

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The class is fairly easy. On quizzes, he allows you to use all of your past notes. Additionally, every three quizzes, he drops your lowest quiz grade. The only way you wouldn't get an A is if you didn't at least put in the effort.

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Awesome physics teacher, his lectures and tests are pretty straight forward if you pay attention. Had him this senior year and he is hella lenient. Doesn't make you get tardy passes unless you are hella late. His jokes are kind of awkward and he gives you really weird hints when you ask him for help. If you are used to stricty traditional teachers it might be a bit awkward for you around schletz cause he is really chilll, just make sure to get him food when you buy food. Got an A in his class

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10/10 Would learn again!
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pretty good teacher, can be really tough to get an A though. The bridges were pretty pointless and time consuming. That time should have been spent learning more material. The quizzes can be a pain too. Great teacher overall.

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Mr. Schletzbaum is a great teacher. He's super gorgeous of course. Who wouldn't think that? He's a pretty "chill" dude in general. If you actually pay attention to him when he teaches, then you'll do fairly well in his class. Study for his finals and tests and you'll be golden.

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wuvvv himmm. hes so squishy and adorable ;D Just make sure you understand everything especially that electric stuff in second semester so you won't be screwed for the final x.x

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He's a great guy, however, the subject itself is relatively hard and if you don't understand something, the class may prove to be significantly difficult. Especially during FINALS where you're pretty much screwed unless you have a clear understanding of everything. DO. HIS. EXTRA. CREDIT. They will really help you in the long run. All of them. The final killed my grade and I dropped from an A to a B . It really does matter.

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most chill teacher ever, just make sure you pay attention or you're screwed on tests

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Schletz is da friggin koolest teacher ever. You can obviously see that cuz people only spell things right if they are writing womething bad about someone to be polite.

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He's a down to earth guy but when it comes to teaching... eh. I work with examples, and when test time comes :| it takes me awhile to finish my test. He plays favorites with other students but he's willing to help. Nice dude but not one of my favorites. Not the mention, his riddles gave me a headache.

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He has a great personality, and loves rock/metal. Could relate to alot of his students. Hard class though. I never understood anything I've learned this year. Also, his room is unsanitary, and he seriously needs to clean it up.

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Schletzbuam is a cool guy, teaches well. Do not depend on him too much, use the book and read. Study and you will pass the class.

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COPY HIS NOTES AND PAY ATTENTION! it's easy not to, he plays music while he's teaching and his sense of humor is really strange. he has his favorites, but hes really approachable to talk to, if you want to. he talks about his family a lot. his room is kind of a mess, either you love him or you hate him. his tests are extremely hard. its a chill class though. the movies are super awesome.

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Schletz's class is easy if u copy down the notes and pay attention to what hes saying. If u dont understand something he taught, he tutors ppl on aim and by text. he is a very chill guy who cracks cheesy jokes and tolerates texting and swearing in his classroom.

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He's probably my favorite teacher to date - which is saying a lot. I love his humor and pop culture references. His class is easy if you pay attention. I though it would be cake until second semester, when I stated to slack off and all of a sudden found myself on the borderline with a B. Thanks Sheltz for being the coolest teacher ever!

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The class was ridiculously easy. You don't really learn too much about Physics, but enough to get by in life. Don't take his class if you intend to do AP Physics. But yeah, I usually slept, read books, or did homework in class.

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hes a good teacher a cool one that actually makes us learn instead of just giving grades

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until i took his class i hated physics... yes the class can be a bit hectic but he really tries to get u through the material so if you're up for it you WILL learn. cooool friend n mentor as well

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Schletz is HECKA COOL!! lol its relaxing in his class, you just need to review a bit for the quiz/test/final and do your hw then you'll most likely get A and do good on project... AND YES YOU DO LEARN

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Well, for all you people in his class now, Scheltz is VERY EASY compared to Fowler, though the main problem is that you dont learn as much as in Fowler. He allows you to use your notebook in tests!

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schletz is a sav.he is an awesome teacher, that will help you with all his power if you ask for it.he DOES text and eat a lot, and has a weird obsession with highlander.i learned a lot from schletz

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Schletz is always hungry, always texting, always crackin jokes, BUT when he starts teaching, he actually teaches and does a good job at it. He's very helpful. and I hate physics, but I loved his class

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Class is easy. I did nothing all year and just crammed before tests, which are open notes. Bridge project was fun.

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im one of his first students. schletz taught me NOTHING but he made me think hard. i could care less for f=ma what i do now but his class got my mind going a million miles overall cool guy

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schletz is a great teacher. some of the topics are a little hard and dull, but he goes out of his way to make things easy to understand. he's more than a teacher, more like a buddy.

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big chuk is awesome!!! he's cool and a good teacher even though I never really paid attention until he started playin Air Supply....damn that air supply... KR3W!!

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He talks alot, doesn't teach too much, but his methods are friendly and the class doesn't have the high tension in other science classes. And at least he isn't ever boring.

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heh...easy class..but dont expect to learn much tho..>_>

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Schletz is a nice guy. He gets off topic alot and the class is mostly learning off your notes, not really hands on.

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He's a good guy, but he doesn't explain the concepts very well, goes too fast sometimes, and can make really hard tests. I like hearing his music during Physics, though.

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cool guy. haaaard class. dorky humor like mine haha. i like the techno classical music lol

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his class is pretty kick back but he has a bad teaching approach. Spends too much time doing random stuff have nothing to do with Physics. Should spend more time working on Physics

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soo cool

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he is one of the wierdest teachers that i know, he always likes to make fun of people especially past students. But i never got made fun of.

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he always brings jerky! when i had his class he was okay but when i became his TA.. i found out he was so cool and totally connects with his students

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Nice guy. physics is really boring, but i guess its not his fault

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u'd better give me an a for this, u know me very well this year, im in ur physics class.

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makes lame jokes that he only understands, reads peoples diaries online and constantly talks. one mite call him a nosey person. knows to much about his students

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bad taste in cars. buy a chevy charles!!! and no more 80's music please

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schletzbaum can finish a dozen krispy kreme donuts and 2-liter soda in a few hours! but hes cool with the students

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Very easy class. Just takes notes and have them during the tests. Homework almost doesn't exist in his class.

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almost all notetaking and learning off notes.. learn for yourself in this class.. but it's a very friendly environment.. so it'll relax you

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The class consists of mostly notetaking and tests. If you prefer to learn of your knowledge here through examples, get Scheltzbaum

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