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Notasulga, AL
Students enrolled: 772

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4085 Al Hwy 120
Notasulga, AL 36866

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(334) 257-3784
(334) 257-3978
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Map of Reeltown High School address.

August 09, 2013
i love reeltown(: I am student and I highly enjoy it(: I used to go to Dadeville, but the beliefs of the staff there were VERRY distasteful.... I love Reeltown though!(: not only are a majority of the teachers Christians, they believe in you and help you strive to become more than you expect of yourself(: I agree it could approve of taking less attention off of sports and the players but it is also leveled with excellent academics(: G REBELS(: -class of 2015

- submitted by a community member

May 09, 2013
Reeltown is a great school. My family moved into the community and felt very welcome at the school. I have no doubts about my children's safety and the quality of education is outstanding. The teachers seem to genuinely care about the education of the students and the staff and leadership do a good job of keeping the school disciplined and focused.

- submitted by a parent

September 17, 2012
Our daughter recently transferred to Reeltown High School. To date, we are highly impressed with the faculty and the school facility. She comes home everyday happy and excited to go back the next day. We are so glad we made the move and would recommend this school to anyone in the Tallapoosa County district.

- submitted by a parent

August 21, 2010
Reeltown is an awesome place to educate your kids...and mine. I went 12 yrs and both my kids attend. They are very involved and smart. The closeness of the community provides a sense of family. We are a pride filled school/community that I'm very glad I am part of as well as my kids. I'd recommend it to anyone!!!:) GO REBELS

- submitted by a parent

September 16, 2009
My 3 children and 2 grandchildren all graduated from here. My 3 children are all in the medical feild and my 2 grandchildren are in college preparing for extended degrees. I can site you numerous former graduates that have done very well in life both educationally and financially. All from a small 1A school that has now moved up to 2A classification.

- submitted by a parent
no rating
September 16, 2009
I love Reeltown High School because it has been a wonderful part of my life. I attended for 12 years; my two daughters both graduated there; and now my granddaughter is in the 5th grade. Our school is the nucleus of our community. Faculty and students are members of area churches and other organizations. We all interact in a close relationship that cultivates good will and harmony for all. I am very proud to be part of Reeltown High School.

- submitted by a parent
no rating
August 10, 2008
I am a Reeltown Alumni and I have children attending in the high school and the upper elementary. I would like to praise Tom Cochran and his staff for the improvement of the dress code, discipline, and just the all around appearance of the school. The teachers are in their place..with his help now the students can learn ......Great Job and continue the great work!

- submitted by a parent
no rating
July 19, 2008
I used to go to that school and i tink it is a great school and you should send our kids to that school.

- submitted by a student

April 21, 2008
Reeltown is a wonderful school. Everyone has the right to an opinion, but some of the negative reviews posted on this website are very untrue. The teachers do offer alot for the students. They are caring and work at keeping their classroom organized and the dicipline level fair and consistent. I have found the car rider area to be very safe for the students, no problems at all. Also to me this school has a great since of family to it, unlike larger schools. This year has brought about alot of changes at Reeltown and I can honestly say our school is a positive asset to this community and to the surrounding communities.

- submitted by a parent

April 12, 2008
I love this alsome great excellent loving school.

- submitted by a student
no rating
February 03, 2008
Reeltown School is a quality rural school with a faculty that cares about each student. However, the recent loss of longtime assistant principal Mr. Mask and Coach Hammonds really hurt.

- submitted by a parent

July 06, 2006
True, the teachers were great. Several of the best teachers have left, and only a small few of teachers who are impartial and can be trusted remain. Children are being bullied for being 'different' from the majority of the kids, and the principal isn't doing anything about it. They simply aren't going about it the right way anymore! People tell the school to increase discipline, they punish EVERYBODY! Not just the 'bad' kids! And the lunchroom... the lunchroom workers are nice, but the kids don't have much choice. If you're kid is allergic to fish, you better pack him a lunch, because he'll starve!

- submitted by a parent

May 10, 2006
I am a teacher at RHS. I have not only taught here for 12 years but also graduated from RHS and went on to earn 1 undergrad degree as well as 2 graduate degrees from Auburn University. I feel that RHS prepares it's students to be competative citizens in the world of business as well as in the world of education. I am proud of our school and the teachers who strive everyday to bring a good, well rounded education to the students at RHS. Students with special needs are served with excellence and have every opportunity to thrive in academics as well as sports. It is my hope that parents will become more involved at RHS and ecourage their children to always do their best. It is a fact that you can only teach a student who wants to learn. I hope that every parents wants this for their child!

- submitted by a teacher

February 08, 2006
This school has been pretty well kept over my years of matriculation. I always wished thst the school was bigger, but I realized that with its smaller size, I wasn't just a number, I was a student who was treated with respect. I did enjoy my stay at RHS. I have many memories, but I have to say that this school has only small problems that could easily be fixed.

- submitted by a student

January 31, 2006
this school is so very disorganized in welcoming new families to the community. We didnt receive any information on school closures, holidays, teacher workshops, or programs offered by this school for my children. the car line is very unsafe, the teachers or aides do not even attempt to help the children in or out of the cars, and children are running thru the parking lot while cars are coming and going without supervision. I have found no 'open arms' policy with the teachers, students, or other parents. I have yet to be invited to a school function to even begin to interact with other parents. I have had to take my children off the bus only after 3 months of school, due to the violence of the children. I am considering moving my kids to Tallasee, with hopes of fiding something better.

- submitted by a parent

November 11, 2005
this school needs to think more on all the kids and their needs and not just the football team and basketball team. kids are being left behind because the school don't know how to deal with kids with special needs.

- submitted by a parent

June 08, 2003
This school still embraces old fashioned values! Its just great.

- submitted by a community member

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Reeltown High School
4085 Al Hwy 120, Notasulga, AL  36866
(334) 257-3784
Last modified Reeltown High School is a Public school that serves grades K-12. It has received a GreatSchools rating of 4 out of 10 based on academic quality.
Reeltown High School Rating: 4 out of 5 based on 23 reviews. Top