Redmond School District is an above average, public school district located in Redmond, OR. It has 7,387 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 21 to 1. According to state test scores, 42% of students are at least proficient in math and 53% in reading.
145 SE Salmon Ave
Redmond, OR 97756
Elementary Schools in Redmond School District
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- A-300 Students
- B-225 Students
- A-187 Students
- B171 Students
- B-142 Students
- B-104 Students
- A88 Students
- B-83 Students
- B+74 Students
- NG70 Students
Redmond School District Reviews
What I liked the most about attending Redmond High School was having almost all your classes throughout high school with people you know and recognize from middle school or earlier schooling. Whether you liked them or not you almost always knew the students you had in your class. What I didn't like about attending school here was not a lot of teachers are nice to all students, there are some teachers that give off the feeling they like some students more than others. Staff here also don't understand or take inconsideration the lives of students at home. The sport teams here seem to be put on pedestals and there is not much recognition for like kids and other clubs or groups.
There are many things I liked about Redmond School District. For example all schools are clean and safe for students. The district cares for all students no matter their race, gender, religion, etc. One thing I would change is the food. It’s not very good and they should do something about it because I, as a student, here my peers complain about the food almost everyday.
I personally had a very good time at Redmond high school, but also a hard time. I recently dropped out, I felt lonely, told I was not going to graduate by some teachers there. But I give it a 5 out of 5 stars because I've learned I need to do things for myself. To make it and be successful I need to try on my own cause there won't always be help. Im currently working a full time job working my butt off to pay off my car I got for $300. Everyone has to start somewhere, I unfortunately am I on the bottom of the barrel. I wanna be successful so I am working my butt if to get scholarships as I work, soon take classes for my GED, study, and attend college to become a respitory therapist.