Reynolds School District is a public school district located in Fairview, OR. It has 11,122 students in grades K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 20 to 1. According to state test scores, 21% of students are at least proficient in math and 36% in reading.
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Reynolds School District Reviews
From elementary to middle school and then high school, all that I attended were in the Reynolds School District. The teachers have always been friendly and helpful. There is a welcoming vibe in each school, and since a lot of the schools have been remodeled, they look even nicer and updated! I have never had a problem with these schools, any issues that I have seen with other students have been resolved. The teachers in the high school, especially in the AP classes, are passionate and it made learning from them more fun and inviting. The high school does have a reputation but I have always loved this school and don't see why there are negative views towards it.
I have been at Reynolds High School for almost four years and I have noticed many things. There are many things wrong with this high school but I would not change to a different school. They have taught me about a lot of academic information and diversity. The teachers vary from caring about each student to not caring at all. The bathrooms are absolutely horrible all the time but they can be a safe space and also an art room for some students. My personal experience with Reynolds High School has not been all good, I have been bullied and neglected by teachers. There has been days where an adult should have been there to help a student. I have witnessed many terrible things that should have never happened and nobody was there to help. Through all of the terrible times I did learn a lot and am grateful to attend this school. I have made incredibly strong connections with people and unforgettable memories. I would not change them for anything.
Class size smaller or at least coucelling services on a more accessible timeline for strugglingor special needs students. Need online access to student progress updated in a timely manner or at all!