Red Valley/Cove High School
- TEEC NOS POS, AZ
Red Valley/Cove High School Reviews
Rating 3.07 out of 5 14 reviews
You will see security guards out and about the campus as they monitor safety and enforce rules. There is a nurse office available next to the front office and every student is frequently checked for health concerns or issues. Also, the school is located a couple hundred feet from the main highway and is fenced for safety.
Counselors will often randomly pick you out of a class during a reasonable time and interview you on help or resources needed for you to excel in school.
There is a program called ECAP(Education Career Action Plan) used as a class throughout high school from 9-12th grade for getting prepared for college and beyond graduation. Community service hours are also awarded to students who participate in the activities that involve community service.
Teachers are easy to communicate with especially of you are well behaved. At times, the school teachers can become like close friends. Numerous other times they will be creative in their styles of teaching such as using smart boards for presentations and large touch screens as a class' way of participating.
Attendance is a big deal at this school, only because there is only 4 days of school each week, no school on fridays
Since many students were from the community, we all knew each other so there werent that many issues at school
Everything about this school was good, except for the food. im not too sure if there werent enough budgets and fundings for better food but the options were enough for students, many might've wanted salad instead of chicken, etc.
Most academic courses that are offered at this school are and include; Navajo Language, Reading, Writing, English, Math, and Science courses. And also online courses. The online courses is also used to help students catch up, if they had fallen behind with credits, due too transferring school to school, or from dropping out
I felt that i was prepared for college, i wasnt ready too just start staying home, i wanted too better myself so that i could be a rolemodel and possibly go back too the school too tell the seniors how college is, and try to encourage them too go too college
The only thing this school didnt have was many types of clubs, our school is pretty small and includes only 70-80 students, within the community and surrounding areas. If there were more students there probably would have been more kids too participate or create more clubs
Fan support is a big support in this school. The mascot of the school is pretty awesome, the background of it is, local uranium miners who have worked in uranium mines in the community all came together too help build this school and wanted a better education for us so that we dont have to work in the mines like the did, they always had gotten ill by doing this dirty work, the school was built in rememberance of the local miners who lost their lives.
The only sports that were available at that school were volleyball, basketball, and cross country. It was a very small school and it was located in a very rural area, the sports teams rarely had any opponents. Also, because hardly anyone would volunteer to play.