Red Hill Junior/Senior High School
- BRIDGEPORT, IL
Red Hill Junior/Senior High School Reviews
Rating 3.26 out of 5 53 reviews
The students and teachers pick and choose the students they are nice to. The students are so out of control that they will fight over little things like food and dates.
I had to fight for several items that should have been offered. Several teachers had left due to a lack of control of the student's behavior for no reason. One of my teachers left due to a boy slashing her tires and taking out an ad saying she was a bad teacher because he did not do his work and when he was on academic probation he got mad she would not let him do extra credit. The school allowed this gross behavior and still allowed him on the basketball team and they told her to change her way of teaching.
I have really loved my years at Red Hill High School. I enjoy all of my classes along with the teachers. They reach out to their students in need of help and they are always there. I personally love the art program. Art is something that I am very passionate about but someone who isn’t into the arts would even have a good time in that class.
Nothing special going on that isn't happening at other schools. you learn the bare minimum. The staff is nice and so are the teachers as long as you are nice to them.
I enjoy the small school experience. The teachers defining know who you are and care about you and your future. There is little to no college credit classes, and I wouldn’t say that classes challenge you enough to prepare you for college or push your limits. It’s a good school for being small and public.
Red Hill High School is a good school to go to. I mean they don’t have the best food. I like all of the teachers, but I have my favorites and not so favorites.
The teachers are very hands on and willing to go above and beyond for students. The food here is not the greatest. There are classes that focus on college though.
I moved to the Red Hill school district about four years ago, and I'm honestly so thankful for how welcoming everyone was. On my first day, I had multiple people talk to me, which made me feel more comfortable here than I expected to be. From that day on, almost all of my teachers have be generous enough to help me pursue my dreams. They've never given up hope with me. They've listened to all my problems, and been there for me through everything. After our guidance counselor passed away unexpectedly, I was at a loss. He helped me with a majority of my college preparation, but a few teachers did not hesitate to put me under their wing, and help me with everything they could. Now, Red Hill does have some flaws. I'd really like to see more action taken upon bullying, and for the teachers to give every student the same welcoming and understanding attitude they given me. I wouldn't be where I'm at today if I wouldn't have had them there to help support me.
Red Hill Jr/Sr High School has done nothing but great things for me. They have provided me with amazing teachers who I feel comfortable discussing certain topics with, dual credit classes to help me get a head-start for college, and an amazing guidance counselor who assisted and helped me to be accepted to the university I plan to attend in the future. His name was Gregg Robbins and he recently passed away and he played an immense role in making Red Hill what it is today, one of the most professional high schools in the area. He will be dearly missed. This school has given me a sense of school pride and a love for it. I am definitely going to miss Red Hill and my fellow Salukis when I graduate. We are Red Hill!
Honestly, my school has gone downhill since I starting attending. So many great teachers have left and there are barely any classes to take. The school receives little to no funding and it all goes to the wrong places. The superintendent caused us to be thousands of dollars in debt. I would not have minded going to this school years before I started, but I am glad to be leaving this year. It is quite a mess.
The majority of the teachers are wonderful. It is evident that they love their jobs. A few teachers, however, have no business teaching. They are rude, don't pay attention to all students, and usually have no idea what they are talking about.
The teachers at Red Hill high school are good teachers. I would not say that they are great teachers. We have a select few that actually do more than in expected of them. However, the ones that do, do it exceedingly well. They care so much about our success and it really started to show when it came time for us to fill out applications.
The teachers really enjoy their job and love to help kids in need.
The after school activities are average. Nothing too spectacular.
The education isn't great and we don't really get prepared well for college. Ms.Schultz is a great math teacher if Red Hill does one thing right, it's her math class.
The teachers are alright. My school doesn't have much money so we just have to deal with what we get.
I cannot say for certain, for the most part. I have never been in a position where these areas were put to the test. But, seeing as there has never been a dire need for these on my part, I would say that makes these areas adequate in their criteria.