People who buy the food, such as seventh grader Brenna Alvis, think the pricing is not fair.
"School lunches are overpriced and I feel bad for the students who don't have any money to pay for them," Alvis said.
Eli Lemna, seventh grade, agrees that the lunches cost too much.
"They cost, usually, three dollars to three dollars and fifty cents and they should be at least a dollar less," Lemna said.
Makena Seal, another seventh grade student, said, "I think it is ridiculously high and it is only for one slice of pizza. For, like, two bucks more, you could get a whole medium sized pizza from Little Caesars."
A student of Christ Lutheran School Sam Haynes does not like the pricing at her school either.
"I feel cheated by these high prices," Haynes said.
Kyle Domingo, who is a student at Tewinkle Middle School seemed to feel strongly about these prices.
"School lunch prices should go die in a hole. They are too much for too little," he said.
Many students seem to agree that the school lunch prices are outrageous and need to be lowered.