Pleasant Ridge High School is a public school located in Easton, KS. It has 224 students in grades 9-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 10 to 1. According to state test scores, 27% of students are at least proficient in math and 32% in reading.
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Health & Safety
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Pleasant Ridge High School Reviews
Pleasant Ridge High School is a very good school all together but just like any high school there are things that can change. For example the way our teachers teach are not exactly good ways. Some teachers want to be like college professors so that is how they teach their class, but other teachers slack on the important stuff we are suppose to know and go into depth on the topics that aren't as important. Now our school isn't all that bad. We just got new water fountains (which we have been needing for a while) that can also fill up your water bottle. We also got a lot of new equipment and a brand new make over for our weight room! Altogether our school is excellent and they gave us just as much opportunities just like the other bigger schools in our area.
Pleasure ridge park is an amazing school because you basically have your freedom to do many different things. There are several clubs, activities, and sports to join. The teachers are respectful and they will help you one on one to get your grades up to where they need to be. We are known for our outstanding students, teachers, and staff. Everyone is always there for each other and provides amazing care. I’m a senior now and I can say my experience was a journey that will always go with me. I drive to learn new things here at pleasure ridge park everyday.
Although a few of us had different economic or ethnic backgrounds, we were hardly ever made to feel more or less important or popular than someone else. There will always be those few students who may be considered more or less "popular" but popularity was being yourself and accepting people of all backgrounds for the people they are beyond those qualities. Those of us mature enough to see through to the actual person always seemed to have the most friends because cliques and popularity sub-groups didn't matter when it came to quality human beings. Peer pressure was average but most students surrounded themselves with positive peers and role models. Rarely was ethnic diversity or sexual orientation an issue due to the majority white, traditional, country population that made up the majority of our school.