In all honesty, I will look back on my time here and I will not miss it at all. The girls are pretty much all exactly alike, dim-witted and conforming to whatever makes them look best, likewise with the guys. There is definitely a sense of entitlement and an air of classism amongst the students here. If you're not pretty, popular, or athletic, then people are going to pretty much ignore you, and as someone who has seen into both sides, it's very frustrating to see these amazing people snubbed for being "different". The people are fake, many of the parents are all exactly the same-- picture perfect images of suburbia with manicured nails and high-end SUV's, all hiding dirty little secrets behind these pristine images of Polo shirts and nice homes all stacked on top of each other in the dime-a-dozen suburbs that this town has to offer. There is a lack of depth in the students. There is little to no intellectual vitality. People generally care very little about others and only do services for their own benefit. The teachers are alright, many do not get enough credit for what they do, but then again there are those teachers who really don't care about teaching and tune their primary focus onto coaching sports instead. I am just personally very disappointed, and I can't wait to get out of here. There is no real substance or any true sense of empathy in the students. Despite that though, I have received a very decent education here, but I wish that I had gone to school in a more diverse environment where the students were actually motivated to do more with their lives than just get married, reproduce, and never question the world around them. Rossview isn't terrible, and I'm not even sure that any of the real problems it has could be fixed by administration (okay.. maybe the administration could do something about those horrendous lunches). It hasn't been bad, but it hasn't been that great either. I won't miss it, not one bit.