Reynolds Junior/Senior High School
- GREENVILLE, PA
Reynolds Junior/Senior High School Reviews
Rating 3.6 out of 5 48 reviews
I absolutely love Reynolds High School! It is a great school and compared to other schools around they area, they are very accepting and there is little bullying/harassment. Reynolds creates a safe and fun atmosphere for their students and they have amazing teachers. The teachers take time to get to know their students and create a comfortable and enjoyable learning experience. Not only does Reynolds excel in academics but also in sports. The football team is the D-10 champions and the wrestling team has been the State Champions for the past five years straight. All the sports teams include and accept everyone that is playing and strive to make them better. I absolute love Reynolds High School and I will miss it when I leave for college.
The teachers are very helpful when you are struggling and request help. The teachers in the AP classes push you to help you to be prepared to take the exams.
I was a senior of the class of 2020, my whole high school experience they never cared unless you were a wrestler or a child of the older Reynolds Alumnis. They proved it with my class, they didn't post anything about nor care we were in school anymore. I pray the Reynolds class of 2021 gets more than us!
Great teachers, friendly staff and challenging classes. I came to Reynolds as a freshman and had no trouble fitting in. The teachers greatly helped me prepare for college and I was able to take 6 AP courses to help earn college credits.
If you take your kid here, you're a terrible parent. School lunches are crap. The students consist of straight, white, redneck, homophobic, kids. You will only meet like 2-3 black or other races there. The teachers stopped caring, they only want you to graduate, they're done teaching you at 10th grade. This school has had so many threats, it's ridiculous. Glad I'm gone.
Reynolds High School does an excellent job of providing students with high aspirations the opportunity to go above and beyond and push themselves to be more prepared for college.
Small school but the people are great, the teachers are awesome and the environment is safe. There are quite a few college credit courses offered for free which is a great opportunity to rack up credits. Basically, what I am trying to say is we may be a small school but we have a lot to offer.
The faculty within this school district truly delve for success for their students. They don't treat it as their job to simply teach, they make it their goal to produce success.
Reynolds is somewhat okay. The teachers aren’t the greatest but they try. The students really create the at home atmosphere and should have more say in some of the rules. The lunches could be better. Gym classes could be set up differently. It’s a average high school at best and could use improvement.
More class options, better communication, more money so we can compete in different things and have more extra circulars
Very small school with no more than a graduating class of 100. Very friendly staff that is willing to work with students and aid them in any way possible. Lots of academic opportunities available, including advanced programs within the school. Opportunities of dual enrollment with colleges through the school. Community based (welcoming to all). Wonderful special needs programs. Student attitude is overall very positive and there exists no clichés/stereotypes. Well known for wrestling program, but all programs have equal opportunities. Lots of possibilities of extracurricular involvement for those not interested in sports. Police officer and police dog in school as resource and aid (very secure school).
I like Reynolds for the most part. The majority of students and teachers are very kind and compassionate. The classes are all very engaging and if someone is having trouble with their schoolwork there is free tutoring. The only issues I see in Reynolds is some slight bullying and drug use.
I absolutely loved the experience I got from attending Reynolds. The teachers always showed that they care about our success, and they do everything in their power to make sure that their students do succeed. The students are full of Raider pride and it shows at any sporting event you attend, the student body is very cohesive and accepting. The only drawback is that the school is pretty small and it hurts to see certain programs dwindling because less and less kids are there to get involved.
I've been a student of Reynolds High School almost six years, with this one being my senior year. Academically my high school is excellent. It has several AP classes, which is very uncommon for small schools. Our diversity is very low, however our student life makes up for that. Whenever I hear about other schools, its always about how they never feel like their school is united and that groups of students will stick with their own friends and are rude to any other social groups or clubs. At Reynolds, I've noticed throughout the years that whether you're smart, athletic, or geeky it doesn't matter because you won't be treated any different. And that is what I've appreciated most about my high school.
Since I started kindergarten, I have attended the Reynolds School District. Throughout my experience at this school, I think I can say that it is one of the best schools in this area. I have played almost every sport that the school offers and all of the programs are exceptional. The student body is very involved and supportive of the sports teams. One thing that I feel is lacking is the band program. In recent years, the number of band members has significantly decreased, and we can no longer compete against other school districts in our area.
I attended Reynolds Junior/Senior High School after moving in as a new transfer student my freshmen year. Before I began attending the school, the only thing I knew prior was that they had an amazing wrestling program and placed in the state competition every year. The school is very small, there are only seventy-four students in my graduating class of 2017 and there is not much diversity in my small little community. Although, over the years, we have gained some students of various ethnicities and students have welcomed them as family. After attending three school districts in my county, without a doubt I can say that Reynolds has the best teachers and administration staff that I have ever encountered. They go out of their way to provide for their students and genuinely care for their community. The teachers run several clubs and host events such as school dances and talent shows to keep students busy and provide an exciting learning environment for the students.
I graduated in the year of 2015 and have mixed feelings about my high school but overall I am a proud alumni. At such a small school it offers you a chance to play sports and actually get playing time your first couple years and over time become a captain and lead that team. Academics are one of the best in the county as well.