Rayville High School
- RAYVILLE, LA
Rayville High School Reviews
Rating 3.41 out of 5 27 reviews
Everything about the school is amazing. The only thing that I wish would change is for the school to expand.
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Rayville High School is pretty much like every other high school. I mean you have friendly people there & you also have people there that loves drama. There has been less drama this year though. I like the sports , basketball in particular we have the best boys basketball team in the state of Louisiana.
Lots of freedom. You’re allowed to express yourself. Some teachers are strict though. But the teachers also work with you to help you.
What I liked about Rayville High School was that some teachers see potential in there students. What I would like to see change is the curriculum that the students have
I liked that the teachers were willing to help academic wise. The things I would change would be enforcing the rules to all not just some of them.
Overall, the classes at the school are average but the teachers tries to help their students. The students are not particpating in the classes so therefore, it make the school look bad. The breakfasts and the lunches they serve are horrible. Just on average, majority of the students skips or get salads at lunch.
The students at this school have no option for elective classes because there is no money to fund them. The only classes available to take are the common core classes, classes for the students wanting TOPS, and filler classes for students that aren't going to college.
If one is into our most popular sports, like football or basketball, the spirit is very high. However, the students that aren't into sports get in trouble for not being enthusiastic at pep rallies.
The extracurricular activities at my school are fine, but are lacking many things. Our extracurricular activities are almost primarily sports related. Also, there is a favoritism in the sports department. Football and basketball are the two sports that are most likely to advance to state, so they get the most money. I participate on my school's tennis team, and we get no support from the school at all. We barely get recognized, and over half the students don't even know there is a tennis team. I have never received any financial aid from the school, so the team has started donating money every year to help pay for uniforms. This is my fourth year on the team, and I have participated in the state tournament twice, and the school hasn't done anything for us.
I feel generally safe at this school. However, it is common for girls to be harassed and threatened by some of the boys. Our alarm system is tested regularly and I trust it completely. Students have the option of checking out of class to visit the clinic next door if one is feeling ill or in need of a sports physical. A policeman will patrol the hallways at least once a day, everyday.
Some teachers are excellent. For example i have had amazing Math teachers. The English department was lacking in good teachers for a while. I learned nothing.
Our principle has no school spirit. It rubs off on the students.
There have been good times and bad. I'm not sure if I would attend this school again. I feel like I could have had more oppertunnities elsewhere.
I love sports and competing, bur coaches are not very good and the athletes have bad attitudes. It's almost like it' al a joke.
I dont eat lunch, because it is nasty at our school. It's not real food.
Some teachers are great and some are very poor. Our school has hired bad ones.