I've always had trouble finding secondary classrooms that were decorated well (if at all), so I just stuck to it and put a lot of work into my room. Here are some pictures of my high school English class. Here's the oddly placed hallway when you first come into my room. I store all of the textbooks and such in the cabinets here. (Definitely need to reorganize, though!) Here is the wall opposite of the cabinets. The facebook wall is used to post our weekly academic words. The whiteboard after it is where I post objectives, agenda, bellringer, etc. I love my Bravo boards! Here is where I post some of my student work from each class period (we're on block scheduling). The clipboards make it so easy to interchange work and they help keep it all neat looking! First look of the room once you're really in there. And also, there's my crazy/brilliant/wackadoo kiddo. There's a lab table in the lower corner there that is permanently fixed to the floor, so the room looks sort of big, but it's hard to fit all of the desks in there because of the lab table. :/ View from the opposite corner. I use a point system that combines Whole Brain Teaching with a little class competition. This is the tracking board I use to determine which class is the winner at the end of the week. (Winners get a treat!) Also, I post the names of the students who get an A on a test in the Star Scholar section of the board. JUST finished this! It took forever!!!!! This is clearly my area. Yeahdon'tjudgeme. The folders on the wall are for my early finishers. They choose what work they do, place it in the appropriate folder, and I pick up the completed work for extra credit at the end of every grading period. So easy! I am also using the lab table for Small Group Instruction this year. View from the corner by my desk. The faces in the far corner have job names and descriptions next to each one. The map on the right is used to tag the setting from each story we read throughout the year. Ahhhhhh and that's it! I need to clean it all up a bit, but that's the basic gist of it!