Riverbank Unified School District is a public school district located in Riverbank, CA. It has 2,875 students in grades K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 22 to 1. According to state test scores, 22% of students are at least proficient in math and 34% in reading.
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Riverbank Unified School District Reviews
Riverbank High School consist of low income families, but teachers, programs, and classes are no less than any opportunity the students deserve. I enjoy this high school because the faculty always motivates students, as well as helps them succeed. The sports teams are very family like, and have amazing coaches. The high school offers AP classes, as well as honors class, clubs, and so much more. I also enjoy that parents are involved in the school their is both an athletics booster and music booster ran by parents, in which they help raise money for the athletes and music students. The school culture consist of Mexican culture and even expands so having the club HYLC, which is for Hispanics.
The Riverbank School District is small however I enjoyed my experience as a former student from 5th grade to 12th. The schools are very diverse and they even offer bilingual programs in some of their elementary schools. I recently volunteered in one of their after school programs to help kids with their homework and I was surprised to how well some of the kids were able to speak and write fluently in spanish including kids that came from english speaking families. For their high school, it is fairly small compared to others around the area, but I think it just helped to everyone in the whole class to know each other. Students helped each other out, and I hardly remember any cases of bullying. In addition, most teachers were comitted to helping the students especially once they reached thei senior year, so they could transition to college successfully. Overall, my experience in riverbank schools was great.
I like the community, and kindness there is between our small town. I didn't however how there is a limited resources to help students become more prepared on what they want their career or major to be in the future. There should also be more available staff members the which know about college and future opportunities for the students.