Raymond School District is a public school district located in Raymond, NH. It has 1,282 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 12 to 1. According to state test scores, 45% of students are at least proficient in math and 59% in reading.
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Raymond School District Reviews
Raymond is better than its reputation. I liked the closeness of the small community. However, I think students should be more prepared for college and the real world. I also believe that the students should be more educated on other cultures/ethnicities considering Raymond does not have many cultures. Most teachers care about the wellbeing of their students. Students who don't try their hardest are often the ones who receive more aid than those who do. It's not a hard school to pass, many teachers will make sure you do and will even give you extra credit. In terms of preparing students for college, in my experience, this school did not meet the expectations.
I have been a part of the Raymond School District since elementary school. The school district has tried very hard to keep us students having a safe learning environment. We now have locks on all doors and you can't get inside the school without an ID. We also have multiple drills, such as A.L.I.C.E. drills, a month. The teachers are always willing to help you, if you come to them with questions. This year we have a new Vice Principle who has tried her very best to make our school year the best she can.
There are some really amazing teachers here that helped me pursue my dreams and encouraged me to try hard. The food isn't the best and it's a smaller school, so some opportunities may be limited. There are still many great clubs to get involved in and a couple AP classes as well. The block schedule can be a bit hard to adjust to, but the longer classes allow for really in depth studies of the topics learned here. There is very little diversity here. It is mainly white students with a couple Hispanic, African American, and Asian students. Our school culture can vary. Spirit Week is a big event that brings each grade together to compete against the others and many people really enjoy this. Our sports are good in some categories and bad in others. Not a lot of people go to the games, but most people still like to keep up with how we did in them.