Pine-Richland School District Rankings
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Elementary Schools in Pine-Richland School District
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- A162 Students
- A+119 Students
- A-76 Students
- A+66 Students
- B-47 Students
- A-44 Students
- A+44 Students
- B42 Students
- A38 Students
- A+37 Students
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Pine-Richland School District Reviews
Review Pine-Richland School District
Students connect through a multitude of clubs and sports that the school sponsors or provides available to students. The classes in Pine-Richland are plenty, and consist of engineering, english, math, social studies, art, band, etc.. They also offer a multitude of AP and college in high school classes to challenge each student to their individual talents. The teachers of these classes are very well trained and experienced in a multitude of abilities to make the classroom environment more enjoyable. Every teacher teaches students differently, yet not every teacher seems to have the desire to teach. This is not the case with Pine-Richland. Every teacher in Pine-Richland gives the student the feeling that they want you to learn, and are willing to go out of their way to make sure that you get an individual concept.
My experience at Pine-Richland School District overall was great. My teachers were all helpful and kind. They cared for my education which was a major part of my high school experience. One part of the school district that I was not pleased with was the way they prepared students for college. The school could do more to prepare its students for college and try to aim its students on the right career path so when they do start college they can select a major easily. Overall, the school district itself is very good.
Overall I have enjoyed my experience in highschool. For the most part, each teacher I've had has developed a genuine interest in their students and their success. The teachers I've had in courses of the years have all been qualified for their job and taught the courses well. I appreciate all the opportuinities living in this district has given me such as a sense of community in participation of clubs, sports, and school events (especially Mini-Thon). It's nice to participate in these school spirit events that give back to those who need it. My only issue with our school is the lack of diversity and the intolerance toward transgender people.