Fall Mountain Regional High School
- LANGDON, NH
Fall Mountain Regional High School Reviews
Rating 3.37 out of 5 94 reviews
The teachers are pretty good when you start but as you get older the teachers seem to stop caring about how you feel or do and only do their job so they get paid.
I liked many of my teachers and lots would cater too specific needs of students. There needs to be change in procedure at the school for covid and just regular things.
The classes they offered were very diverse. They have very great staff that enjoy helping the students achieve their goals and be the best person they can be.
It was okay. Wasn’t the most friendly atmosphere. Wish people still weren’t separated by towns when they got there. Wish they were more like one versus three main towns. It’s a shame not having that “high school” experience like others did but that’s what you get when you go to a high school in the sticks. 10/10 would not recommend.
The school really needs a better sports program. Baseball has suffered without a reliable coach for years. Its sad.
As a small school, the FMRHS staff did a fabulous job of trying to give us a bigger school feel. The advisory and faculty were very passionate about student success. No student was ever left behind or forgotten; everyone was accounted for. Had the school had proper funding, I think it could have been quite quaint, but the rugged feel of the school had a lot of personality. I grew so much as a person at Fall Mountain and made amazing memories.
At Fall Mountain (FM), I've been able to work with a few instructors who make me feel as if I'm really being understood as a student, but also aren't afraid to challenge me when I need it. However, the structure of FM leaves a lot to be desired. FM uses block scheduling, so I only have four very long classes. Personally, I get bored, so this doesn't work for me, but it also limits how many classes I can fit in my schedule. As both a strong academic and artistic student it's difficult to fit in both art classes and challenging academic classes. Because of this, I’ve taken classes online, which is how I've completed about half of my credits. Plus, while they count for credits, FM doesn't count these classes towards my GPA, meaning that most of my schooling is exempt from an important statistic that colleges look at. While I appreciate the instructors I've had, the limiting structure of FM is both frustrating and nonsensical. I truly hope they can make some changes for younger classes.
There are not many kids that care about there education and they school does not seem to care as long as the kid at least passes. They don't do much for the kids that need more help in school the parent has to push even to get the kid tested then if the kid does get tested they don't follow the plan need to help the kid cause more and more kids to think they just can't do it and fail.
Overall, my experience at fall mountain has been fair, however, I feel that there could be improvement upon classes, specifically in the English, History, and Foreign Language departments. There are limited options in language, and there are no English or History honors courses, either CP or AP.
Small but lots to offer there's a farm on the school property where you can work with animals not to mention there's dogs there it's one big family I just wish there was more automatic doors
Fall Mountain has a lot to offer, but not in every department. Some teachers go above and beyond whereas others do not even work with students. Food is average. Diversity is almost nonexistent.
Many of the teachers here at FM are passionate about what they do and are willign to help out students who are falling behind.
Great range of programs that relate to horticulture and agriculture; two of which are programs that are usually not offered at other high schools.
At Fall Mountain there is a wide variety of classes and class levels making it easy for students to be satisfied with their classes.
Fall Mountain has some teachers who are excellent at working with kids and helping them to succeed, especially when unforeseen circumstances arise, but there are more than enough that are unable to properally communicate and help students through difficult times.
Overall, my social experiences at Fall Mountain Regional High School was very positive. It is very small which led to a very tight knit community and support system. However, upon entering college I found that I had a harder time transitioning academics wise. I felt that my peers were more educated than I was, which should not have been the case considering almost all of us took college prep classes.
I like that my school is small and I can recieve the attention I need from teachers. I think our methods of teaching math are poor because I am an honors student, yet I still struggle. Its would also be nice if more money was put into sports that I take part in, such as cross country and track. Fall Mountain offers a wide variety of classes though, which is something that I like.