Pine-Richland School District is a highly rated, public school district located in Gibsonia, PA. It has 4,574 students in grades K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 15 to 1. According to state test scores, 74% of students are at least proficient in math and 87% in reading.
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Pine-Richland School District Reviews
The overall experience at PR for my kids has not been good, overall. The teachers are fine and do an adequate job preparing the students. However, the administration is very close-minded and not responsive to questions related to their own policies that have an adverse affect on our children's education. I was promised a meeting with administration and a couple of teachers regarding a policy issue that is negatively affecting students in the school and they never followed through with the meeting. I am extremely disappointed and would have thought the administration would have behaved in a much more professional manner. So, it has been my experience that Pine Richland is not willing to be introspective and will not examine their own policies as it relates to the well-being of its students.
After graduating from Pine-Richland, I did not realize just how lucky I was to go to here. The school is beautiful, the majority of the teachers are competent and knowledgeable. The athletic programs are amazing, however they do give preference to Football and Basketball. It is a great school community, and a lot of school spirit. They do well at preparing students for college by having increased rigor in AP courses and resources to utilize to be successful to go to college. The only issue is the lack of diversity at the school. The school district also has the tendency to be a tad snobbish - but not everyone is like that. The school is also very white, which is unfortunate. The education I received from Pine-Richland definitely prepared me for attending college. Overall, it is a great school district.
My experience and Pine- Richland was a rather good one. Moving into the district, I was unsure how the students would receive a new student, especially being a minority since the school lacks in diversity. I was pleasantly surprised my first day when everyone in each class went out of their way to include me in discussions in hopes of getting to know me. By the end of first period, several students had offered me a seat at their lunch table and had followed me on social media. While the students were extremely welcoming to me, there is a practically no diversity in the school which for many of the minority students, made the experience challenging. Overall Pine- Richland is a good school district and has clubs and teams for almost any interest one may have.