Raymore-Peculiar Senior High School
- PECULIAR, MO
Raymore-Peculiar Senior High School Reviews
Rating 3.48 out of 5 324 reviews
I been going to Raymore-Peculiar school district since I was in kindergarten and its been a really good school its not the best but it’s not the worst. I would say the best thing about Raypec is the teachers but we lose a lot because of how much they pay teachers. Raypec doesn’t pay as much as other district around use and so we loose a lot of good teachers because of it.
At Ray-Pec High School, every teacher I encountered was committed to my success. As a student, I knew that my education was highly valued, and everyone worked to help me achieve my goals. Not only that, but there was also a shared school spirit. Though the school was large, our school spirit united us and created a felling of community. There were also a ton of opportunities to get involved, whether that be in sports, academic clubs, or recreational clubs.
Wide selection of classes and good teachers. Lost one star due to lack of help from counselors when needed.
I love my teachers so much! They are all nice and sweet, and when I have a hard time they answer my questions1
Overall I liked my high school experience here. I was heavily involved in band. I focused a lot on science classes. The science teachers were amazing and super helpful. I would love to see this school branch out and offer more STEM related classes.
My experience with memories and friends was amazing. I've met some great people and had great times with them. The teachers are nice for the most part, and most classes are engaging. There are a few that bore me. Some teachers are great people but horrible teachers. When some people ask for help they don't explain it well. Sometimes they do notes for a day and then throw homework at us and expect us to do it correctly immediately. I believe we have great programs offered an can easily be on the right track to what we could possibly want to do after high school, but I don't think students are directed towards what we should be doing for our future. As students we can't excel if the material we are being given or the teaching is ineffective. They want us to succeed but we can't if we don't understand the lessons we are being taught. The Ray-Pec High School is a great school, but lesson plans are iffy. I've been with the School District since Kindergarten and these schools are great.
They are so amazing and care so much for their students. Every teacher so great and I would not want to be at any other district.
I personally love my high school. Despite COVID messing many things up, the administration has done their very best at keeping everything as normal as possible for us. Most of the staff members are extremely caring and helpful and such a prime piece of most of our success.
As I enter my senior year of high school, I can appreciate the opportunities I was presented. I participated in multiple activities and found a home in both the fine arts and sports community. I was influenced by good educators and supported by those same educators as well as my fellow students. The district is finally getting a performing arts center and I am looking forward to the opportunities that offers to the future classes of RayPec.
Ray-Pec High School was a really good experience. All of the teachers were really nice and supportive of your dreams, the students were very down to earth, and the scenery was filled with astounding designs of the school colors: Black, White, and Gold.
Attending Raymore-Peculiar High School was pretty okay. It was not as diverse given that it was a predominantly white school but the curriculum, activities and teachers made the atmosphere most enjoyable. Our school focuses on panther pride and that's what you feel mostly when being a student at Raypec. I do however wish that Ray-Pec would have joined our community colleges in expanding for students to take college courses during their enrollment during high school but that is okay. AP and Dual Credit was offered and was greatly appreciated. The food was okay, very restricted but on some days we were given Minksys pizza which was great and we had a panther market which sold merchandise, drinks, and supplies for the academic school year.
It's a peaceful school district to go to school to. I've been in Raypec my whole life and I don't regret it one bit.
It is a very open and accepting school. You feel very welcome within the school. Some things that could change within the school would be more advancement within the school.
My high school experience at Ray-Pec high was pretty standard if not above average. The teachers and staff do their best to ensure that you feel welcome and seem to genuinely care about us. Our academic choices are outstanding, and we're given dual credit, IB, and AP options for almost every class. Although I didn't participate in traditional sports, our teams were all fantastic and had great coaches. Ray-Pecs music and arts classes and extracurriculars are pretty harsh but they turn us into amazing musicians and artists. My only complaints would have to be that there are a number of teachers that legitimately have no idea what they're doing and our administration doesn't seem to care about real disciplinary issues, and only deal with black and white scenarios.
I do like their academics and teachers. I have never had a bad teacher while attending there. I think the only issue is funding the material is great but the place we do it isn't and it can really take a toll on students learning.
I am a semi new student and have attended 4 different high school. This one in particular does not stand out all that much to me. They do seem to have lots of school spirit and diversity.
Raymore-Peculiar High School is overall a learning sanctum. When you enter the door to a classroom you are greeted by a teacher that is ready to make sure you understand the topic and begin to master the concept. The staff is always working hard to make sure the students are doing the best they can and have the best experience. The one takeaway I will continue on when graduating is always be prepared to try your best and you will succeed. Raymore-Peculiar High School has prepared me for college-level courses and made me less stressed about going into college life to begin a lifetime career.