Maplewood-Richmond Heights School District Rankings
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Elementary Schools in Maplewood-Richmond Heights School District
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- A21 Students
- B21 Students
- B19 Students
- A+18 Students
- B18 Students
- A-15 Students
- B+14 Students
- A11 Students
- A+10 Students
- B+9 Students
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Maplewood-Richmond Heights School District Reviews
Review Maplewood-Richmond Heights School District
Maplewood prepared me for being a global citizen and taught me to be a critical thinker better than my college did! I came to university more aware of many issues. Though college is said to be an experience to teach us about tolerance and diversity, I felt that I have to teach others about these things, I feel very much like my university is lacking in fostering creative, critically thinking, aware and open minded students. My education at MRH was far more thought provoking, well rounded, and enriched than that of my liberal arts education at Truman State University. MRH helped me develop leadership skills I also don't have the opportunity to practice or develop further in University. MRH provides resources to its students and fosters a strong, well connected community.
I learned a lot attending Maplewood-Richmond Heights. I was able to carry-on those skills into college. I was involved with a few clubs that gave me a responsibility in bettering myself as an teen which I did by the time I graduated. Also, being involved in sports made my experience at Maplewood-Richmond Heights fun!
Maplewood was great in that there was a lot of diversity and open-mindedness by not only the faculty but the students as well. I appreciated the perks of going to a small school such as faculty knowing who you are and the small class sizes. The AP classes available were definitely challenging but I think the rest of the classes were relatively easy. Less coddling, higher standards, and more rigorous academics would have better prepared me for college.