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
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.
I appreciate that Pine Richland is very strong in its academic program and offers a lot of additional support for students who are struggling. Aside from academics, I like the fact that the student body is so united and committed to the activities they participate in. Whether you’re looking at the football team or math club, the student body shares the same passion for the things that the love to do and offer the same amount of support for others. However, the only change I would like to see in the school district would be to better prepare students for the college searching process. I find many students to be lost during this time, and I believe many would appreciate more guidance.
I loved how prepared I was for college however I did not like how they avoided many issues that our student body faced. For example, there were three suicides within a few month span and not one action was taken by the administrations. However, the teachers really did want to see us succeed as students, they wanted us to understand. The music programs are amazing. The teachers are phenomenal. The marching band has over 300 students and they shows always turn our amazing.