Raleigh Egypt High School
- MEMPHIS, TN
Raleigh Egypt High School Reviews
Rating 3.75 out of 5 61 reviews
I graduate from Raleigh Egypt High School in 2016 and I remembered many great things there. I was the the salutatorian, graduate with honors, and in FBLA club. The school has its ups and downs, but made huge comeback with the test scores, teachers, and students studying ever material that they need. Still til this day, I am always a true pharaoh.
Raleigh Egypt high school is you average high school its not the worst school in the Memphis it has it up and down and can be fun at times. but the school also has some problem but i think its OK.
There a lack of opportunities and clubs. There's quite a number of students that are...unmotivated and lazy to say the least. However, one positive thing that I can say is that some teachers try to do their best that's within their job duties.
I truly believe my school is one a student can call home, but because of the label that was put on it us students cannot thrive and show how much potential we have. I also believe the students at my school would excel if we were offered a wider variety of sports and clubs.
I was at Raleigh Egypt High since my freshman year. The very fact that I’m at school now in my senior year shows my growth and determination. Sometimes I had bad days, but I had considerate friends who always cheered me up. The learning experience was great because I mostly had teachers who actually cared about teaching. Having experienced everything so far I will miss Raleigh Egypt after high school.
Most teachers at Raleigh Egypt encourage the students to their best. Not just in class but, in sports, after school activities, having a job or other things the student may pursue. The administration tries their best to give the students a great opportunity to get college ready. Such as attending college fairs, having speakers/ representatives from other colleges to come to the school and recommending what to do to qualify for scholarships. I would like to see the structure of the school change a bit. Such as, the spirit of the school and how they go about deciphering who is able and who isn't. I believe likes to separate between people and not just depending on grade level. It's more based on intelligence, behavior, athleticism, connections with administration, or first come, first serve. I believe that they should announce more things and open more opportunities for all students to succeed, for those willing.
This school prepared me for college and gave many great teachers to push you toward successes. The academics at REHS are rising so high that the school is facing major changes from being shut down to now a top school. Also there are many sports to experience that could take you to the next level with just dedication and hard work. Alumni of the school love to make sure the students are in good hands , some may reach out to donate material so no one will be short of an education.
As a junior , I feel like Raleigh Egypt is a great place to learn , and find yourself . But I also feel like they care more about what we wear than our education . Raleigh Egypt really is not the school everybody say we are . We are determined to get where we are going . They make us feel comfortable something I never really has at any other school .
Raleigh Egypt High was a great school but needs improvement academic wise. I went there from 9th to 12th and I felt pretty dumb entering college. It is definitely not a school that prepares you for college.
I enjoyed attending this high school, but it was just too many children in one class, and not to mention someone is always roaming the halls. The teachers would leave during the middle of the year, and we would have to have a substitute to fill in for the rest of the year, because they wouldn't hire a new teacher to actually teach us what we need to know.
What I enjoyed most about Raleigh Egypt is it was a comfortable place and it was a place that i got to express myself with the help of my peers and teachers. I was motivated and consistent with the effort I put in. The environment was welcoming. We went on a lot of trips and established ground rules as students and staff. The sports teams were successful Everytime they got out there whether it was softball, basketball, track, or football. The community was very involved too. Representative Antonio Parkinson would come and help the seniors register to vote and speak on behalf of the school.
Raleigh- Egypt High school is a average school that you can bring your children to if you live in the area or the perimeter of the school. The school has flaws about it but, has positives' about it.
I Like How The Teachers Explained Things Many Different Times In Order For You To Know What Your Doing They Checked Mutiple Times To Make Sure You Get The Work
I like my principal, Bo Griffin. I will always remember him as the best principal. He always pushed my classmates and me to always do better. He gave us awards for putting our effort. His quote was, "Do right!" For my junior year, he said that he would try to allow students to wear out of uniform but , because of Bartlett High school losing their principal, he had to leave. My experience was amazing until he had to leave because i would always love to come to school to put effort for the rewards.
I Am A Alumni From This School And Im My Opinion It Is A Great School . I Learned So Much , Matured In This School , Even Met Some Excellent Teachers . The Environment outside of those door makes it seem bad but i felt safe and comfortable
It’s a overall average experience. Been going there for 4 years. Now that I’m a seniors it has honestly been decent until recent administration change.
What i liked bout the school was the staff. They pushed us to do better. I wouldn't change a thing. The school is an overall great environment for young teens to come grasp hold of a great education. If it was up to me i would send every student to Raleigh Egypt High. i