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Mr. James Englerth, Pittsford Mendon High School, 472 Mendon Road, Pittsford, NY 14534


Rating: 1 out of 5.

Anxiety disorder?!? Great. Another crazy spoiled snowflake that will shoot up the mall.

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Category: Person Rating Guidance Counselor Who Needs To Be Counseled

Mr. James Englerth, Pittsford Mendon High School, 472 Mendon Road, Pittsford, NY 14534


Rating: 3 out of 5.

I agree. The kid needs professional help and pharm level meds. Might do some good to lock him up for observation for awhile.

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Category: Person Rating Guidance Counselor Who Needs To Be Counseled

Mr. James Englerth, Pittsford Mendon High School, 472 Mendon Road, Pittsford, NY 14534


Rating: 3 out of 5.

This kid is scary crazy. Sounds very imbalanced and in need of therapy and meds. I hope Mr. Englerth got a restraining order placed on them.

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Category: Person Rating Guidance Counselor Who Needs To Be Counseled

Mr. James Englerth, Pittsford Mendon High School, 472 Mendon Road, Pittsford, NY 14534


Rating: 3 out of 5.

Who keeps posting about Mr. Englerth, and are you sure that person is a dude?

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Mr. James Englerth, Pittsford Mendon High School, 472 Mendon Road, Pittsford, NY 14534


Rating: 1 out of 5.

Hi, thank you for sharing your thoughts. I posted the same review three times to make minor improvements. Having listened to my wonderful English teachers, I understand that revision is an important part of the writing process. Humans are never infallible. Furthermore, Taco Bell is one of the best valued, high quality fast food restaurants, and I would be honored to work there, so thank you for thinking that I could! :) But please stop being so classist that you equate someone’s capability with their salary. Examine your prejudices. As I have mentioned, humans are infallible—so neither are you. :)

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Mr. James Englerth, Pittsford Mendon High School, 472 Mendon Road, Pittsford, NY 14534


Rating: 5 out of 5.

I am going to stand up for Mr. Englerth. He is good at his job and enjoys helping students. The person writing the negative reviews about him is well known in the school. He is an unachiever with a serious attitude problem. Mr. Englerth has spent hours trying to help this individual. Mr. Englerth is not to blame for this person's shortcomings and failures. Take responsibility for your own actions and inadequacies. Don't blame others.

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Mr. James Englerth, Pittsford Mendon High School, 472 Mendon Road, Pittsford, NY 14534


Rating: 2 out of 5.

Sorry that this is so long. I have to be really precise about what I am implying (and am not implying) because trolls on this site are looking for any reason to verbally abuse anyone. This story is in response to the stereotyping prompt. I knew a kid who was ridiculously book-smart--literally Stanford-level talent at science and writing. Talented, creative musician too. She happened to be stuck in a rough family situation. It had always made school more difficult, but in the past, she had always persevered through, even in all her accelerated--and double accelerated--classes. Her home situation started to get even more out of hand, and the kid had the courage to confide in Mr. Englerth about what was going on. He listened to her concerns earnestly and tried to help her as best as he could. Good on him, really. :) Unfortunately, he simultaneously began to treat her like a broken kid. I think he assumed she couldn't have the executive functioning others her age could. (Mind you, that couldn't be further from the truth.) Many times, he told her it wasn't "reasonable" for her to take as many AP's or even honors classes as she wanted. She ended up listening to him and dropped the hard classes. Worst of all, she started to genuinely believe she was just some troubled kid, unable to achieve what the others did; even though she knew she was smart, she felt she was too much of a basket case to show it. Even in her required classes, she started underperforming and missing a ton of school. Since fourth grade, her dream school was Harvard. (She probably was smart enough not to tell Mr. Englerth because she didn't want to be considered even crazier for holding herself to "even more unrealistic expectations.") Fast forward to her senior year, and she was hard-pressed to get into a run-of-the-mill state school. She was sad of what had become but still maintained this harmful mentality. It's tragic. By the way, I used to go to Mendon, and I had Mr. Englerth as my counselor. I have a soft spot for the man. He's a good guy who genuinely wants to help his kids. NONE of this is intended to bash him. Without a doubt, he was just trying to make school easier on this girl and protect her from difficult situations. Unfortunately, he failed to realize she was such a strong person that all she needed was a reminder of her own strengths. She needed to be encouraged--not told to play it safe to avoid more tough stuff in her life. I don't know what ended up happening to her. [Insert name], if you see this, as always, I hope your family is doing better. Secondly, please know that your path to success has not been closed; it has just been interrupted. (Plus, whether you are at a community college or Yale, the school is unbelievably lucky to have a mind like yours.) If you believe in yourself like you once did, you will accomplish awesome things for the world! I think you know who this is. If you ever need to talk, just search my name in Instagram, and DM me. And Mr. Englerth, thanks for being a loving man. Just please be more conscientious about the value of your advice. After all, guidance is literally in your job title. Your words have more weight than you may realize.

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Category: Person Reviewing Kid Who Rated Guidance Counselor Who Needs To Be Counseled

Mr. James Englerth, Pittsford Mendon High School, 472 Mendon Road, Pittsford, NY 14534


Rating: 1 out of 5.

Please post your name so we can warn NYU security about you.

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Category: Person Reviewing Kid Who Rated Guidance Counselor Who Needs To Be Counseled

Mr. James Englerth, Pittsford Mendon High School, 472 Mendon Road, Pittsford, NY 14534


Rating: 1 out of 5.

Please stop spreading misinformation; NYU is not a state university.

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Mr. James Englerth, Pittsford Mendon High School, 472 Mendon Road, Pittsford, NY 14534


Rating: 1 out of 5.

I am a parent and was surprised by Mr. Englerth. He is clearly not qualified, and I am suspicious of his qualifications to even be employed by the high school. He does not seem to care and even if he did, I don't think he has the aptitude to help.

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