Rhinebeck Central School District is a highly rated, public school district located in Rhinebeck, NY. It has 1,066 students in grades K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 11 to 1. According to state test scores, 65% of students are at least proficient in math and 63% in reading.
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Rhinebeck Central School District Reviews
I have attended Bulkeley Middle School and Rhinebeck High School and my experience has been great. With small class sizes, there are no more than 25 kids to a class and it's easy to form personal relationships with teachers because they are able to take very individualized approaches to teach while ensuring that the whole group is included and participating. I honestly can't say enough good things about my experiences with teachers in high school. Every year I made more meaningful relationships with my teachers and loved learning from them. The students all get along for the most part and we are a very close-knit group with grade levels of only about 100. The educational opportunities are great and we are all very privileged to attend school in Rhinebeck.
Overall, I really enjoyed my experience at Rhinebeck. The quality of the education is much better than that of other public schools in the area. Additionally, most of the teachers and faculty are very friendly and dedicated to helping students receive the best experience possible. Rhinebeck has a small, close-knit community that I haven’t noticed in other schools. Class sizes are small, and for this reason, the education is much more individualized.
Rhinebeck Central School District has been my home since the first grade. Who I am has been shaped by the school I have grown up in, and in no way do I regret that having been Rhinebeck. The staff has always been kind and caring, and it is palpable that they truly wish to see student prosperity. I have had a myriad of opportunities as a result of my school, with community service and academics at the core of my district. So much so that through one of my school's clubs we conduct a service trip to Nicaragua to help underprivileged communities construct school buildings physically and financially. The clubs present at my school are well-developed and well-run, but the process for starting new ones is arduous and overly complex. Additionally, I feel prepared for the increase in difficulty I will see in college and that I have a solid foundation to make the transition with. I love my school, and I am proud to have grown up as a Rhinebeck Hawk!