Red Mountain High School Reviews
Rating 3.94 out of 5 850 reviews
Overall, I have had an incredible experience at this school. The STEM program is fantastic along with most other extra curriculars. My only complaint is that the AP math teachers tend to be less than stellar.
Red Mountain is a very big campus with many ways to get involved. The staff is great and I have almost nothing bad to say about the school itself. The only thing is that, during this particular year, teachers are not understanding of the pandemic and how it has affected all of the students' lives. I would like to see some of the staff become more understanding, but other than that this school is a great place to attend.
I liked the atmosphere the school brought. Tons of school spirit and tons of friendly people. However, a downfall would be there is a lot of drama depending on who you get involved with. With that aside, the school offers plenty opportunities for life after high school.
The quality of the campus and teachers' classrooms are excellent. The faculty are always ready to help.
I have been attending Red Mountain High School for a little over two years now and I love everything about this school. They practice acceptance within all the students they also provide outstanding opportunities for scholarships and classes at the high school. Red Mountain also holds many dances and fun activities such as a carnival for all students to enjoy. This school is meant for all and it won't let your education down.
The faculty and staff are the kindest people and each and every one of them is looking out for your safety and well-being in education. They want you to succeed and they will make sure you succeed!
My overall experience has been pretty good. Most of my teachers have been good, I like my teachers and the way they interact with students, I feel they have my best interests at heart. The athletics program is very inclusive as well as competitive and I really enjoy the arts program, not only can I develop my skills as an artist but I have the opportunity to participate in local art shows. I have enjoyed my time at Red Mountain and would recommend other students to attend.
I had a very good experience with the staff, but I did take away a star because there was definitely bias among coaches and players. Being an athlete it was hard to see someone else succeed because they were a favorite. The teachers were really good. I did have some issues with some of my peers being disrespectful to staff, but for the most part everything was good
My four years of attendance have been standard. I've had a mix of amazing teachers, average teachers, and of all my years, only one teacher that I loathed. Homecoming gets wild. Whatever dance they have between homecoming and prom is alright, but many students (including me) would have rather had a winter formal. It's a decent school, much better than others in the district.
The only thing people have to watch out for is how big the school is and the number of students. We are a big school and many aren't prepared for that. Overall, I have had a few bad experiences at Red Mountain, but it is still a very good school.
Red Mountain is an amazing high school, and it really feels like home. When I moved to Red Mountain I was nervous because the campus was huge and I had no friends. However, after just a week of being on campus I started to feel at home. The staff and students at Red Mountain are all around good people. They welcome you with open arms and are so helpful. The facilities at Red Mountain are excellent, from the cafeteria, to the library. The food at Red Mountain is also some of the best school food I have ever had, and the cafeteria staff are so patient and dedicated. Finally, If your looking for school spirit, Red Mountain High school is the place to go. Our school, hosts all types of events including our Football kickoff carnival! You will always see students wearing their RMHS T-shirts, hoodies, and hats all around campus! In conclusion, I love my highschool, and I am so excited to finish my high school experience there.
I have gone to Red Mountain since freshman year and the school itself is very good. Some people there aren’t the best, but that doesn’t matter. The teachers are very helpful and try their best to make sure u have enough resources to get you through high school. Sports and fun out of class activities are very important to Red Mountain. Our football and baseball teams are amazing, and so are mostly all the sports. The staff is super sweet and nice.
At Red Mountain, there is everything from Channel to cocaine and it taught me a lot. With such a diverse student body, it ranged from drug dealers to kids who took 4 buses just to get to school. A volleyball player on my team overdosed, my lab partner shot himself in the head, and a girl I grew up playing with died of cancer. Every year, another tragic story came around surrounding us with death and loss. Teachers would teach like they just wanted to leave, and if we sent them another email, they would remove us from their roster, when we just wanted to learn. Every opportunity had a catch and nothing was every as it seemed. From going in bright-eyed to coming out to see the truth of today. Walking out of this school, we all changed who we are to get through what we have lived through. Never again, and never the same.
Red Mountain provided me with plenty of opportunities to expand my horizons. I was able to improve upon my own work habits and make decisions that I will be thankful for, my whole life.
When I started my freshman year at Red Mountain High School, I was scared out of my mind. I suffered from debilitating anxiety and had an incredibly difficult time making friends and socializing. One aspect of Red Mountain that I have to applaud is their access to clubs pertaining to literally almost EVERY interest. You like anime? Anime club. You love to cook? Culinary club. You play an instrument? Band. Orchestra. Guitar. They boast one of the strongest BioMed programs in the district, one of the strongest FFAs in the state, and truly was one of the most inclusive schools I've evr attended. I found my place easily and broke out of my shell my freshman year. By sophomore year, I couldn't even recognize myself. This school has so many amazing academic, musical, athletic, and social programs that my only real problem in school was balancing club meetings!
I like Red Mountain High School because it offers a variety of opportunities for students. It has many honors and AP classes with great teacher. I has a wide variety of classes for students to take. It also has a multitude of clubs and sports to join. The faculty is very engaged with their students. The campus is large and the student body is also large. The school offers dual enrollment which helps for college later.
Graduated in 2010, it was a good school at the time made good friends that I'm still close to. The teachers for the most part were helpful and understanding. Though I had one teacher that kept over looking my attendance which got really annoying. But over all it was a good time.