I graduated Lindblom in 2010. I know a lot of the teachers I had left, but I’ll still share.I didn’t have the best time here.To me...this school played favorites, and maybe they still do. When I was there they only cared about their “dream students”; basically...people who fit into an academic mold. And...the American school system has this problem period; a lot of schools don’t do much to deal with the fact that every student’s mind, heart, soul is different; they only teach towards a certain type...but that type doesn’t represent everybody. And...most molds aren’t totally evil, but just because a student doesn’t “look” a certain way it doesn’t mean they deserve to be treated with less time, energy, attention.And...I love learning. I’ve had career goals since I was seven: in science and art. I used to stay up late watching PBS, and getting lost reading about things online. I have expensive textbooks in my Amazon wish list right now. I get migraines from being unstimulated. But I didn’t fit a mold. I learned different, didn’t talk or dress a certain way, or have certain beliefs and views. And...I think because of that I was just thrown away at this school.The counselors seemed to do great working with students who had everything together, but they never seemed to do a good job with students who didn’t get the best grades, or students who you could tell had a rougher life. But...that’s a prejudice America has. The counselors seemed mostly concerned with the “perfect student”, and if you weren’t “perfect”...you weren’t worth guidance (or other things I won’t talk about, because I don’t have any proof).And it seems like now, with Lindblom’s new status as a selective enrollment school, they have a way to weed out a more diverse group of students like me. So now they have a higher number of their “dream students”. And I’m sure that in their limits, in the students enrolled now, there are good/smart/brilliant people. But, meanwhile, my hair’s falling out because I have a mind and no way to use it, partially because I lost four years of potential development from being at this school.And theres so much more I can say, but Ive lost enough sleep thinking about this school. I need to let this place go. I just wanted to share what I thought was this schools biggest problem.I hope this review...helps someone.