Rothsay Secondary School Reviews
Rating 4.6 out of 5 5 reviews
It is a small school in a small town so it is very easy to get along and get help if you need it. You create close bonding relationships with the teachers and it is overall a wonderful school to be apart of.
It's a very nice school with small class sizes and the ability to sit down and get one on one help from a teacher. You can tell that because of the small class sizes if you need help you can get it at any time there is nothing your left by yourself to worry and stress about.
It's a small school setting that is great at allowing one on one help for every student and provides a great learning experience. It makes learning better and provides a great social aspect to help students have a full rounded education. One setback is that sometimes the class sizes seem to be a little small which can provide a lot of unnecessary drama but the great education opportunity outweighs the negative aspects.
I enjoyed this school because of its small size. I was able to participate in anything that I had an interest in, such as school dances, clubs, and athletic teams. I was a member of the book club, student council, and National Honor Society, as well as the captain of the girls' volleyball and basketball teams. On top of my activities, I was able to make close bonds with my classmates, teammates, and peers. The bonds that I made in high school are one reason why I would not choose to go to another school.
My high school was located in a small, close-knit community of 500. I enjoyed going to a small school because the teachers were very student-focused and were willing to assist before, during, and after school. The small classrooms allowed interactive lessons that included everybody, so nobody was excluded from learning. I experienced a fantastic secondary education and was given the guidance I needed to thrive, graduating as the class valedictorian and closing out my first semester of college with a 4.0 GPA. I would love to take the credit for my success, however I know that my high school teachers gave me the resources I needed to be where I am today. If I would have attended a large high school, I very well may have been lost in the shuffle with many other students.