Santa Rosa High School District is an above average, public school district located in Santa Rosa, CA. It has 11,263 students in grades 5-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 22 to 1. According to state test scores, 34% of students are at least proficient in math and 48% in reading.
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Santa Rosa High School District Reviews
The environment that surrounds this amazing high school is awesome! I moved here my senior year and wished I moved here sooner, there’s so many courses that are available for students. The teachers push you to your full potential and interact with you on a daily basis, they are truly wonderful. The only thing I wish they would change is to not separate the grade levels, it creates a atmosphere as where, if you’re a senior you can only hang out with seniors. They categorize each grade level, I see where they are coming from. When freshman start school, they want them to feel welcomed and know where to go to meet new people but that’s just my personal opinion. Overall it’s a super chill school, with very accepting people. Lots and lots of diversity!
What I liked about the Santa Rosa High School District would be feeling safe in my community and having a variety of different cultures while growing up. I was exposed to different types of backgrounds, cultures, and ethnicities which I feel like helped me feel safer with my surroundings. What I would change is exposing students to the different programs that are out there to help you in the future and your career. In High School I wasn't taught about the different types of programs that were out there and the only ones that knew about them were the students that had higher GPA's than everyone else. I only learned about these programs 7 years after high and I feel like if I would have known things may be different now.
I grew up in Bennett Valley, going to pre-school through high school in the Santa Rosa District for school. I loved all of my schools. Teachers invested their time in students as if we were at private schools! Students had many recreational activities and everyone seemed to be on a general consensus. I felt open to being myself in these schools, and positively challenged academically. The only thing I would have changed is having more specific, career-focused classes offered in high school, in order to give a sense of direction for a major or career.