The worst thing about my school I'd say is just the buildings most of them are still from the 90's they are run down and old and some damage but there new buildings coming into place and the school is becmoning new and is somewhat under construction. But it doesnt affect my learning at all.
The worst thing I would say is probably the parking. At times you can't even find parking, so you have to end up parking off campus. Another thing about the school, is that sometimes teachers share classes and you have to wait outside for a teacher to finish his or her class. Sometimes they take longer than they are supposed to.
What i consider the worst thing about El Camino Compton College would probably have to be the gang problem around the school that carries onto the campus as well as the field, court, or any other athletic facility. That really makes a student have trouble concentrating on their work and also having to worry about any violence brought up to the campus.
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