Raymond Junior/Senior High School
- RAYMOND, WA
Raymond Junior/Senior High School Reviews
Rating 3.26 out of 5 27 reviews
I greatly enjoyed my time at Raymond Junior/Senior High School. I have always loved our tight-knit community and all of the care our staff puts into giving us a quality education. Something that I wish our school offered is AP classes, but I understand that our limited resources and small student body make it difficult for such opportunities to be available.
Raymond High School has been a great school to be enrolled in even though we are a very small school. We have a very high graduation rate and the system challenges the students to help them in the future.
I have attended to Raymond for as long as I can remember. It has always been such a warmhearted and welcoming school. Each teacher makes sure to know and understand each individual student since we are such a small school. I have basically grown up with my class, the class of 2021. I have always tried my best to be involved with my school. I participated in basically every club/sport they had to offer. If I had the chance to go to any school in my area, I would choose Raymond every single time.
My experience at Raymond High School was average. The teachers worry about your education more than your mental health which I disliked. At times teachers were unfair and did not try to understand a students perspective. I will admit that this did not apply to all teachers. Overall the staff members were kind and made you feel welcome. It is a small school in a small town so we were all very close and distant at the same time.
This school is such a tight knit family. You know everyone and everyone knows you. You go to school will the people you grew up with. This is more than just a high school, this is a place where you create life long relationships.
There are not many after school programs offered and the ones that are offered are small groups.
Students, parents, and multiple staff members place sports over education. This created small room for growth in the arts or education because the students not interested in sports are bullied and not supported in their interests.
i don't really use the stuff here i just get help form others or my parents
the wrestling team is looked down as and i would like to see more effort go into is just like basketball. Most of our school clubs fall on days where we have sports or during practice so we can do the clubs
i don't eat at school because the lunch sucks and the food ladies aren't very nice
we don't really follow the rules and the teachers don't care what you do now. they just sit at the desk and tell us to do whatever we would like and they don't really help us on work
the sports and programs that we have are great we don't have soccer or tennis or have a pool but the stuff that we do have its nice
most teachers pick their favorite kids so if you don't fall under the kids that they like you are kinda screwed.
Some days lunch is good, some days lunch is bad; it all depends on the day.
Many teachers enforce the rules, but not many students follow the rules.
Whereas fitness opportunities are often available, the school spirit need some work.
Many teachers have awesome teaching skills, although many do not..