Rawlins High School
- RAWLINS, WY
Rawlins High School Reviews
Rating 3.24 out of 5 91 reviews
I liked that this school was small and I was able to gain a personal relationship with most of the students and staff. It was very nice being able to know everyone around me. What I would like to change is to give students more opportunities in school. I did not have a lot of opportunities to further explore things in the academic setting.
The administration was pretty good for my first three years. My senior year, not so much. RHS has a lot of different activities to keep one involved with the school. Although, the school is very "clique". If you aren't a part of the football team and/or the volleyball team, you get treated very different.
The Rawlins High School is a place that tries its hardest to bring fun and learning to such a small town. The school prides itself in many classes like home economics, theater, choir, band, and physical education. They fight to keep clubs going, like the speech and debate team or the theater group, and they give the chance of every student to express themselves bu having these options. Unfortunately the school seems to have a harder time recognizing the arts of their community. Their sports section is strong, and full of leaders. But the art field is kind, and also full of strong willed leaders. They deserve equal recognition, but a good majority of the time, many students talents go unnoticed and under appreciated.
I really like most of the teachers in the school for the most part. There are some bad apples here and there but most of them are very kind-hearted and look out for your future. The administration needs improvement in many aspects and I hope they find a way to do so. Student life is a very important topic here. They want you to join sports and clubs to spend your time in a productive way. They also encourage community service. Overall, pretty decent school.
Rawlins High School is a smaller school and that comes with both good and bad things. The school is very passionate about sports, maybe a little too passionate at times. Due to this, there are less fine arts classes. Those classes/programs don’t receive near the funding the sports programs do. Despite that though, the school does a great job of trying to include everybody. One of the clubs: Best Buddies, has become such a large part of our school and what they’ve achieved is really great.
Rawlins High School is a very good school with amazing teachers. They have many opportunities for clubs, sports and classes. One thing I would like to change is the administration. I would like them to help us a little more and prepare us better for the real world/college.
You get a lot of help from the teachers considering it is such a small school. Compared to other schools I have attended in the past, It is very accepting and diverse of other cultures. Our sports teams and clubs seem to always be our strong suite. Our swimmers are top three in the state. The club, Best Buddies wont the best chapter of the year among 350+ chapters when they went to Indiana leadership conference this summer. Overall it is a pretty successful school that leads you toward bigger schools and goals.
It is a very helpful school with many different sports and activities, however college classes are not weighted which I don’t like.
Rawlins High School helps you get ready for your high school graduation and college acceptance. I met numerous kind and caring friends.
My high school years went fast. The thing I favor the most about RHS would be the teachers caring for all their students and making it possible for our best future. I would like to see more visual learning then tests and quizzes.
The school is decent. Brand new school, great athletics. Great opportunity for youth athletics taught by high school students. Great finance and math teachers. Great office staff. Safe environment.
Rawlins high school is such a great school. It has great education and teachers. This school may not be the best ranked over the grades, but they always try to push every student to be doing their best. They are very strict on the dress code, and so far have always enforced the dress code when students brake it. The staff always try to get every student involved and know what they need to be doing and needs to be done. This was probably one of my best experiences going to this school. The activities in this school are great, the coaches always try to make the team better, and in some sports we have done real good. The activities director always try’s to get as many kids involved in either a sport, activity, or club. A little more than half of the school is involved in some type of activity.
I attended two years at Rawlins High School and what I liked about the school was the small community where people knew each other. What I would like to see change is students being more focused.
I wouldn't choose Rawlins High School if I had to do it all over again because the social classes in this school are ridiculous and some of the teachers follow them as well. Also my test scores have drop from freshman year to senior year because they are to worried about dress code and students not eating during classes.
The teachers at Rawlins High School it depends on who you have as a teacher. It also depends on who you are as a person and if you fit in to the social clique that is most popular.
I feel as if I got a pretty decent education here at RHS. A lot of teachers will go the extra mile into getting you a quality education. Other teachers are either coaches and don't care about you other than athletes, or some teachers just really don't care what you do in general. This school has definitely played favorites in this school. Favorites as in: athletes, your last name, etc. You're basically a nobody in the school unless you're an athlete. The administration is the worst about this and always have always been like this. Other than that, my education was good. Teachers are understanding and helpful most of the time.
This school was total, I mean TOTAL hell for me. I was not athletic, so any teacher that I had who was also a coach paid NO attention to me. I simply didn't exist to them. My only positive experience was choir. This school has a grade A choral director who knows what she is doing, and is highly UN-appreciated. The school gives more credit to the coach of our losing football team than to a highly trained and highly professional music educator. I would not come back here if my life depended on it. I WOULD NEVER send a child of mine to this school. Not if I wanted them to succeed in life at least.