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P.O. Drawer D
Red Level, AL 36474

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February 05, 2013
All Covington County schools fail to acknowledge harassment, take it seriously or enforce the State laws. Red Level does not thoroughly investigate or reprimand the students fairly. Their policies apply to some but not all. Broken Promises is what they give parents when they state they will educate and protect their children. The hide behind the walls of history when it was a respectable school. Now, it's just as trashy as the bathroom walls.No paint can cover up their lack of of concern, follow through,education or safe learning environment that they are supposed to provide their students with.

- submitted by a community member

April 25, 2010
I didn't realize how bad it was until my daughter transferred

- submitted by a parent

October 07, 2009
hello, what i think about Red Level is highly recommended that your child should enroll in this wonderful school. i am a band student and i love it the teachers interact with there students and it is really excited just watching my favorite teachers 'do their thing' we have lots of extracurricular activities, this year is my second year marching on field with the Red Level touch of class band. i love it here because everyone knows each other, they understand each other and respect their teachers.If you enroll your child here it will come into our big Red Level family trust me no child is left out here. we have the fall fair and the talent show and the homecoming queen. We even have a homecoming parade, where they throw candy . i think why i love this school so much is everyone has spirit for our football team !!!!!!!!!

- submitted by a student
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October 07, 2008
I think this school rock! I'm really gonna miss the place. But Red Level will never leave my heart.

- submitted by a student

March 19, 2007
Red Level School is awesome! I attend this school right now and boy i cannot stress how great this school is. The principal leadership is good. Usually two or three times a week we can see them either in our classroom or on the intercome checking in on us! Our teachers cannot get much better ,they do their best to strive to help us learn and have a good time as well. There are many extracurricular activites like P.E.,band,choir and this month we have many things going on like fashion shows, beauty pagents, entertainment for those who like to sing,and a talent show. Our parent involvment is good there are notes sent home, projcts, and PTO meetings. The safety is handeled very good. There is T.R.R also known as I.S.S. and more. Overall this school is spectacular in quality!!!

- submitted by a student

August 02, 2006
In some aspects RLH is ok... I think the academics are really up to the student to make something from what the teacher is trying to teach him/her. Wanting to learn an achieve goals starts at home. My children seem to like RLH, but they have never attended any other school. I went to a private school and the differences between the two, I would have to say is the one on one teaching between the student and teacher.. I think the classrooms are over populated and the teachers are bombarded with paper work... it's got to be a hard job.. but for the most part they do a good job at Red Level...

- submitted by a parent

April 05, 2006
I am a graduate from Red Level High School, and it has more than prepared me to succeed in life. The teachers are more than willing to help any student, on a 'one on one' basis, if they ask. It is a great school and any parent should be proud that their student received the honor of fulfilling their education their.

- submitted by a student

March 28, 2006
I have a daughter who is a Junior at RLS. She has maintained A's and B's throughout her tenor here. I think the teachers are very qualified and do care about their students. This is by far the best school she has been in.

- submitted by a parent

August 10, 2005
this school has very good teachers who care alot about the childrens grades, but there aren't to many extracurricular activities to choose from.

- submitted by a student

February 18, 2005
I am very disappointed in this school. The teacher and counselor at this school that I have dealt with are not helpful at all with issues with my daughter. They do not challenge the students at all. My daughter whos in the 5th grade doesn't have homework unless she doesn't finish her class work and if she does miss turning in an assignment she has until the end of the 9weeks to turn it in. This is not preparing my child for college or the real world in general.

- submitted by a parent

January 02, 2005
Listen! I'm 14 years old and i've went to RLS since grade 4. They don't get no better! I've been to just about every school in convington and escambia county! The people there, the funny lol 'aka' mrs. r powell!! are really awesome. And I learned more there than most of the schools i've been too. And I was in the band and cheerleading while maintaining mostly A's with a B everynow and then. I think its the students not the school so the parents you just seen on here making remarks agaisnt RLS. DONT PAY NO ATTENTION! SEND YOUR KIDS HERE!! Its soo fun and everyone treats you like family. So Hope to see your kids or YOU in the halls cuz im going back!!! GO GOLD AND BLACK!!!!

- submitted by a parent

October 10, 2004
i have a son in red level school and i have yet to see any change in his learning abilities due to the lack of teacher/student involvement. the teachers do not show any interest in the childrens education. the teachers and the other faculty members are more interested in the way a child performs in the athletic departments or in the band than in their classrooms as it should be. the children in red level school are suffering educationally because the staff members are not properly chosen to provide the best education possible for the kids they are chosen more on their ability to be a good coach or a good band director. i hope that my son will never have to worry about this problem with his children going to red level. hopefully the people in the red level school district will make the changes necessary to provide better education.

- submitted by a parent

August 29, 2004
I've two children at RLS. They attended Straughn prior to our move 5 years ago, and I still regret the change in schools. I feel the leadership at RLS leaves much to be desired. Classes offer little or no hands on learning, and field trips are virtually nonexistent.

- submitted by a parent
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Red Level High School
P.O. Drawer D, Red Level, AL  36474
(334) 469-5315
Last modified Red Level High School is a Public school that serves grades PK-12. It has received a GreatSchools rating of 6 out of 10 based on academic quality.
Red Level High School Rating: 3 out of 5 based on 17 reviews. Top