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Red Lion Area School District is an above average, public school district located in Red Lion, PA. It has 5,148 students in grades K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 15 to 1. According to state test scores, 48% of students are at least proficient in math and 63% in reading.
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Red Lion Area School District Reviews
I really love this school! They have taught me so many great things! There are so many good things i could say about those teachers. They made me feel safe! They Sat down and taught me problem by problem how to work through an answer. That school is so amazing when it comes to sports as well, I was always included, never felt left out at all.
The teachers are absolutely amazing. The administration at every school in the district leaves a lot to be desired. They care only about their salary and not about the well being of students. They only care if they are getting paid. They couldn’t care less if a student makes a small mistake - they will blow the consequences out of proportion. By the same token, they’ll also play favorites and give certain students an immense number of privileges and immunities from punishments. The academics are good if you take good classes (AP & Honors), but the school itself is a joke. The teachers are the only good thing except for sports and music. The administration makes the stupid decisions that are asinine, like closing down bathrooms because a few kids decided to Juul.
My experience within the Red Lion Area School District was a solid experience. I feel that my there are many opportunities provided to students, and it is up to the students to take advantage of those opportunities to get the most out of their education. I wish we did not participate in state testing so we could have more open and realistic conversations instead of teachers having to cram and worry about covering a state-based curriculum. I feel the teacher-to-student ratio could be improved in the District at all levels. While I was an honor roll student, I observed that there was little time for teachers to help students who needed individualized help. At the high school level, I feel an adjustment to the teacher-to-student ratio would allow for more individualized and realistic discussions, debates, and experiences in a small group setting. I believe this would develop more personable relationships between teachers and students to better prepare students for their future.