Rialto High School
- RIALTO, CA
Rialto High School Reviews
Rating 3.45 out of 5 562 reviews
I like how the school is involved with extracurricular activities however I don't like how the school counselors don't help directly.
Overall high school was a relatively poor experience. Recently I was asked if the experience would be different if it was re-experienced with our current knowledge and this was a definite no. The people were incredibly poor quality, the instructors were very questionable with current scandals appearing, and the campus was very bland.
Rialto High School is a great school that welcomes every ninth grader to feel at home and it’s a perfect school to express yourself and join clubs that match your needs and interest as well as sports. Sports here are amazingly interesting and very loud due to the excitement we the students yell at the games especially boys soccer games.
I have been at Rialto since I was a freshman and I have many stories on this school. It's a school that I don't mind going to since its near my house but I would rather go somewhere else for personal reasons.
the school is beautiful and very diverse. Although it is a school that I loved, I would like for it to be more caring towards the student's safety.
The school had select teachers and administrators who took into account the well being of their students and genuinely wanted their students to succeed. There are enough extracurricular activities that help unite the student body as well as providing certain programs that help with the well-being and the success of the students no matter their background.
During my 4 years at Rialto High School, I experienced nothing but the best. Since the first day of school of my freshman year, I felt welcomed. I instantly felt good vibes within the school environment. Over time, I had the opportunity to meet new teachers and staff. Many of them who I met were always available for help and sweet. The staff at Rialto is amazing. Their goal is to help students succeed and provided them with full on support. I honestly felt that from every staff that I was able to connect to. Teachers were also a huge resource to my education. Any concern that I had, most of them were able to help me and get me where I needed to be. In fact, sport coaches and other additional staff such as the lunch ladies and the janitors were always kind. If Rialto High needed to change something, I would say the way they select students for recognition. Many students show effort and still can't seem to succeed. I believe that all students should be recognized equally.
I had a great experience! Met a lot of people and made many friendships and bonds! Received help when I needed it.
The majority Latino makeup of the school is great; however, if you’d like to take the classes you’d genuinely enjoy you would need to take summer classes to free up your schedule. If you’re looking to take a load of AP courses, they cap you off at 4 unless you’re a top student or you fight for the right to have more than 4. If you’re looking for an early start in the medical field, that’s all this school can give you. Funding taken away from the science department so don’t hope for many labs. If you’re in to sports, I’d recommend this school, there’s always a thriving community for sports.
I'm a junior at Rialto High School and I could honestly say that I've enjoyed my time there. My freshman year took some getting used to, especially the smoking in the bathroom and the many unsupportive teachers that I was assigned. Sophmore year was different. I had a better group of friends and the school was familiar. I will say that the lack of support continued. Now that I'm in my third year, my opinion of the school is average. Although the transition to distance learning was somewhat abrupt, the school did okay. My onl complaint has to be the heavy workload. The teachers don't seem to realize that being at home doesn't mean unlimited hours and that their "no work after 7" rule isn't something we can all relate to. I for one have developed a caffeine addiction and can no longer go to sleep before 12.
There are only a few teachers who truly care about there students at this school. This is what was able to make me sane at the school, although it is a place of education the troublesome activities is what rules the schools.
I like that the administration tries to involve their students in extra-curricular activities. The teachers want their students to succeed, which is awesome. I like the learning environment at that school because distractions are limited. The safety at Rialto is fair because the administration guarantees that students should feel comfortable at the campus.
This school really does the bare minimum. If you’re a freshman and you know you’re interested in stem, consider attending another school. This school lacks various extracurriculars related to stem, especially when it concerns science and math; there’s no HOSA, Science olympiad, or even a basic club for people interested in those fields. As for the arts, there are some clubs. Personally, I think this school does absolute bare minimum for college preparation and it’s quite disappointing. This school prioritizes sports over academics. The food also could be better.
My experience with Rialto High School was pretty alright, to say the least. Starting as a freshman was pretty tough because all of this was all new to me, but as time progressed I became used to the enviroment & began to open up to people alot more. The teachers are great there! Teachers there are open to students, for me personally I had a good connection with all of my teachers.
What I admire Rialto High School is the whole environment. My school has really surrounded students with good teachers and good learning environment.It also is really good in helping our community and bringing people together.
I would like to change that the security guards actually do something to stop the fights that our school had, the bathrooms to be cleaned more often, and better teachers are needed since most of them dont know how to teach.
Rialto High School has a great learning environment and creates a sense of hope for every student that attends it. The people at this school are all very welcoming and charming. Most teachers help their students the best they can and try to get the parents involved as much as possible. I am graduating from this school in a week and I truly will miss it. If there was one thing I could change from this school it would be the food that is served. It is very nutritional but could have a bit more effort out into it.