Redlands Unified School District Rankings
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Redlands Unified School District Reviews
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Attending Redlands Unified School District was a wonder experience because not only was I able to find my close group of friends but the community itself is assuring. The area is safe, prepared and experianced in many aspects. I do wish for teachers to be more involved with their students because favoritism is a negative factor that affects many students but overall, Redlands Unified School District is a welcoming society!
As a 2016 graduate from Citrus Valley High School in the Redlands Unified School District, I was definitely able to gain many life experiences and grow as a person. To begin with, I was new to the district my freshman year of high school which, of course, caused me to be a little more nervous than others. I was scared of not being liked by my peers or fitting in, however, everyone ended up being extremely caring and genuine towards me. The students were so welcoming and included me in everything they did to make me feel comfortable around these new people. Because of the amazing school district, students, and faculty, I was able to make Honor Roll every semester of high school, join the Varsity Tennis team, lead multiple clubs, and participate in school events. Overall, the school and district themselves exceeded my expectations on what high school is like and I am extremely blessed to have experienced it there.
I absolutely loved how everyone walked their kids to school for most part. The friendly environment, welcoming vibes from the crossing guard and janitor each and every day. Even the principal stood out from each morning to monitor the traffic flow, I just loved it. The only thing I did not like, was the open campus. I did not feel my daughter was safe whatsoever. I always worried an intruder at any point could go on campus and hang out in the girls bathroom or take over a classroom. Nobody would know, and that was very bothersome.