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Reeds Spring Middle School is a public school located in Reeds Spring, MO. It has 281 students in grades 7-8 with a student-teacher ratio of 13 to 1. According to state test scores, 25% of students are at least proficient in math and 40% in reading.
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Reeds Spring Middle School Reviews
Rating 3.8 out of 5 10 reviews
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This school is a school known for athletics, not test scores. All this school seems to care about is the athletic program other than the actual education of the students. A lot of the time, if a student is not participating in a sport, then he/she will be excluded from sitting by and socializing with certain groups of people. This school is like a lot of other schools, based off of popularity. Popular kids tend to bully other kids and it's not a happy environment. There are times when we have fun, like extracurricular activities such as band, choir, NJHS, LOTP, etc., and have school dances and pep rallies, but it's not a fun learning environment. If I had to choose this school to do all over again, I wouldn't do it. I would rather go to a school where they are focused on the education portion of school, not just sports. This school isn't really unique because there isn't much of anything that stands out from other schools. In all honesty, it's pretty much the same. There's not a lot of experiences to remember, but there is one that was a great learning experience. Near the end of my 8th Grade year, we went on a field trip to College of the Ozarks, to tour the college. Some not-so-great things might have happened on the trip, but it was a great way to learn what college is like and to start thinking about your college career. This is what I think about Reeds Spring Middle School based off of my experience there. This is my opinion, but for everyone it is different.
There are plenty of clubs and organizations for students to get involved in such as; various sports (Cross country, football, volleyball, wrestling, boys and girls basketball, softball, baseball & track and field), NJHS (national junior honor society), art club, band and several volunteer opportunities. Most of the teachers run/ coach one of the extracurricular events and are heavily involved. The people that are involved in extracurricular's are very committed. Sports are the most popular, almost everyone is involved in one or more.
Students could be more involved with class. There is very little peer pressure or bullying, students here are very accepting. There is a growing diversity here, there used to be mainly white students, we are now getting more of a diversity. New students come almost weekly.