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Is it really necessary to list all faculty members? This is generally not done on other high school and even university articles. Faculty listed should be notable and I'm not sure everyone listed here is. I suggest that this list be trimmed, leaving only notable faculty with verifiable reference sources. Truthanado 20:48, 9 June 2007 (UTC)
Well, the page is not quite finished yet. It is a reliable list, if you wish to visit the school's official homepage, they are all listed there. Conversely, I added them to see how it would look, and will be trimming it in the future when I finish adding information as well as showing it to friends to see their opinions. This is my first real entry, and I would like for it to be a definitive description of the school.
I have removed non-notable faculty members and all email addresses from the Faculty section in accordance with Wikipedia policy (see, for example, Wikipedia:Five pillars and Wikipedia:Manual of Style). School administration and department heads remain in the section. Email addresses are a form of advertising and should not be included in Wiki articles. I have left a note at the top of the section directing people to the school website for a full faculty list. You have created a good article and it is "a definitive description of the school". Please remember, though, that Wikipedia is an encyclopedia that summarizes information and directs users to other references for details. I also did some minor wordsmithing, such as removing words like "current" and "currently". By definition, the information in a Wikipedia article is current, as of the date given in the history tab, so it's not necessary to use the word "current". Best of luck with your future Wikipedia experiences. Truthanado 14:31, 3 July 2007 (UTC)