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- Resources & FacilitiesB
Rich Hill R-IV School District is a public school district located in Rich Hill, MO. It has 337 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 11 to 1. According to state test scores, 47% of students are at least proficient in math and 47% in reading.
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Rich Hill R-IV School District Reviews
Rich Hill is a fairly good school for how small it is. The faculty seems to be very helpful and care about the students. The school itself is well taken care of both inside and out. The class sizes are small enough that the teachers can focus more on individual students and get to know them. The food isn’t always amazing but fruits and vegetables are always there on offer. There aren’t many clubs offered but the ones that are do well for the students and community. Overall, Rich Hill R-IV is a good school with good people.
Overall I enjoy my experience here at the high school. For the most part we have good staff members but with such a small school it is hard for our academics to excel. Some teachers you can tell just teach because and there are many students who don't want to participate in school. We have extremely good sports and extra curriculars. Our students are very involved with sports. We have staff that truly care about us such as our janitors, cooks, and counselors.
Rich Hill High School is your typical small rural school. It lacks diversity, the majority of the staff is not there for the right reason, and many students feel ill-prepared when they go into the real world, whether that be working or going to college. My personal experience has included teachers not certified in their subject, attempting to teach students the critical core subjects like math. I feel like I have fallen behind and I had potential to be a very intelligent person, but my skills have not been tested here.