Elementary Schools in Rocky River City School District
Niche users from this school district are most interested in the following colleges.
- A+118 Students
- A-81 Students
- B62 Students
- A59 Students
- A-53 Students
- A+51 Students
- B41 Students
- A33 Students
- A-24 Students
- A-24 Students
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Teachers in First/Second Year
Rocky River City School District Reviews
Attending Rocky River High School for four years was probably the best decision my family could have made to prepare me for college. The teachers truly care about making sure their students succeed and they challenge you just enough to really push yourself and work hard for your grades. I believe the administration gives us enough freedom and responsibility to prepare us for college but they also provide us with rules we need to follow in order to make it a fun and safe learning environment for everyone. I have learned so much about myself through the past four years by involving myself in different activities, meeting different people, and doing many other things I would not have done if I was not a student at Rocky River.
Overall I will always be grateful for the academic opportunity that Rocky River School District provided to me. It was a pleasant experience but I at the same time I would never repeat it. Rocky River has a bubble surrounding in that many students enjoy leaving when it becomes time to peruse higher education, such as myself. While the academic aspect was great the personal aspect wasn't quite as high. I give it a four star rating because I know that I am very fortunate to receive such an education.
I loved the classroom atmosphere and how you could always connect to at least one teacher throughout the 4 years spent there. What I would like to see change is college readiness. I wish teachers would grade more how college professors grade (giving the grade you earned) rather than always throwing out As. I graduated high school with a 3.8 with high honor and honor certificates, but in college, I have a 3.4 and grading is a lot harder than even the AP and college classes I took in high school.