"Our school has a strong history of excellent Christian education and athletics. "
Students enrolled 750
Hours 8:00 AM - 3:00 PM
School leader Eric Harrison
Transportation options Yes
Type no info
Preschool capacity no info
Before school Yes
After school Yes

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1133 Largo Rd
Upper Marlboro, MD 20774

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(301) 249-7000
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3 stars
Based on 59 ratings

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September 05, 2014
I have enjoyed RBS over many years my son graduated in 2010. I currently have two children attending. The experience has been great. The teachers are engaging, enthusiastic and caring. The teachers inspire my children to do their best and set goals and accomplish them.

- submitted by a parent
August 15, 2014
My two children both graduated from RBS. One attended from K3 through 12th grade. Both went on to be very successful. Excellent school

- submitted by a parent
August 10, 2014
I have been a student at Riverdale since the 6th grade. Over the years seeing different changes had some good sides and some bad. Middle school was nice, I got along with most of the teachers well and had close relationships with them. High school was a different story. The initial principle who eventually left was there and she had her ways. She wasn't that bad even though she could have done some things differently. We got a new administrator when I was in the 10th and he kind of made things Alittle better. Now in 11th the principal left and Mr Harrison became the high school's acting principal and changed a lot in a bad way.He started to grow ignore parents and students request. Everything was all about the teachers. Especially when there was a new teacher came, was hard understanding and treated the students with disrespect. The administration had done nothing about it and had poor customer service. Teachers do not update edline like they are supposed to. I feel there is no help at Riverdale at all. If you are looking for a good school, I would not suggest Riverdale. They can do so much better.

- submitted by a community member
August 10, 2014
Riverdale Baptist School is supposed to be a Christian school. But in this school there are drugs, sex, and stealing just like any other school if not worse. The teachers dont stop to help students even when it come to the foreign language class. And several teaches find it ok to deny the student permission to go to the bathroom if they the teacher feels it is to early in class when in most cases 5 he student was denied in the previous class because the teacher felt it was to late. They mistreat our children and force a work load that they can't possibly carry then make the children go back and grade it also. This school is a joke and I would steer all families away from it.

- submitted by a community member
August 09, 2014
Riverdale Baptist has to be the worst school. This is supposed to be a "Godly" school. From the 3 years I have been a part of the "family" i have seen nothing but devilish behavior. Some teachers do not teach. My child has to learn from the internet how to do some thing. I've been told that the teachers allow students to grade test and quizzes. This is unacceptable. I would NEVER recommend this school to anybody.

- submitted by a parent
July 04, 2014
1st & probably last yr. @ RBS. Teachers work against students taking pts. off school work 4 any lil thing. Acting principal w8s til parents threaten 2 file complaint b4 he actually looks N2 matters. Teachers disrespect students but want students to respect them. Students don't have a voice - it's either the teacher's way or the highway. RBS even has a rule N the student handbk that support this. Some teachers don't put grades NOR assignments online but expects parents & students 2 know what the grades and/or assignments R. Teachers don't show godly love. One teacher constantly made unnecessary & unprofessional comments. When brought 2 attn of principal (several Xs) nothing was done til a white student came w/ parent & complained. This teacher often made racial comments 2 this white students. Math & science teacher weak - my child had to learn from the internet. Grading was subjective. BUT, chapel was the best thing @ RBS. Sports @ RBS were good - some coaches not so. Students seemed to get along. There were some ungodly incidents goN on that surprised us - sexual in nature - kids videotaping & sharing w/ others. Everyone goN 2 a Christian school doesn't come from a Christian home.

- submitted by a parent
August 14, 2013
My child is a student at Riverdale, and it hasn't been a good experience. He's been there from K-5 - 8th. The principal really don't listen to the parents, and the teacher is always right. Edline is a joke with some teachers. One minute you think your child has an A, the next minute when it's report card time, you find out that your child has a D. When questioned about the grades the teachers states that you should have come to them. When you explain that you had no reason because you thought your child was getting an A, they act like you are wrong. The teachers fail to realize that when they know that your child is not doing well in school that they need to contact you!

- submitted by a parent
July 29, 2013
I attended RBS from K-5 to 8th grade. I'm so happy I left. Riverdale isn't all its cracked up to be, and it only gets worse the older you get. When I went to Flowers HS after riverdale I realized I wasn't as well prepared as the other students who went to a public MS. But at Riverdale I was getting 3.5 and above. If i stayed at Riverdale I dont think it would have prepared me for the real world as much as Flowers did. The teachers baby the students where as at Flowers if you don't do the work its on you. Riverdale is a sports school. As much as they like to claim their academics are challenging they're really not. When I went to Flowers I was so behind with my learning making my first year at a public school, ever, extremely challenging. If you do want to send your child to a private school I would suggest a catholic one, and not Riverdale.

- submitted by a community member
July 12, 2013
I attended Riverdale Baptist School from K-5 through 12th grade. It was not always the best experience, but overall I thoroughly enjoyed my time at Riverdale. The curriculum is challenging. The class size is small and you get to know your teachers. The school is not perfect, but they more than make up for it in the way they care for each student. You can tell your teachers really want you to succeed, not just academically, but spiritually. Its a down to earth, safe environment. I've never felt shunned or ignored by teachers or staff. The building and grounds were built in the 70's, but its in better condition than most public schools in the area. The sports programs are out of this world. They just got a brand new sports stadium for soccer, football and track. Its fantastic. I would highly recommend not judging this school on what I've said or any of the other reviewers though. Go and see them, go with an open heart to where God is leading you to send your child. Riverdale is an excellent school.

- submitted by a community member
July 01, 2013
My son attended this school because I thought it would be a great alternative to the public schools in my area. He attended for K-5 and first grade. And although he had wonderful teachers both years, Mrs. Reed and Mrs. White, I withdrew him following several incidents and observations that really left me disillusioned. Two incidences in particular really caused me great concern. A Scooby Doo cartoon movie was shown by a sub while our regular teacher was out. It was an episode with zombies and demonic spirits. I do not allow my son to watch this cartoon at home. When I brought this to the attention of the administration it fell on deaf ears. As did the voicemail and email I sent to Principal Harbel about my son being inappropriately touched by a classmate. I gave a star to his two teachers in my rating. The administration is unresponsive.

- submitted by a parent
May 09, 2013
My child went to the school to take the exam, I had to call for almost a month to get results. Bad customer service, they were quick to process my payment. No follow up and they told me to be patient..Really?

- submitted by a parent
May 02, 2013
The teachers have no form of customer service. They go weeks not responding to emails, the math teachers dumps grades in at the last minute, some teachers do not load grades into edline until the report cards are due. The principal stands by her teachers no matter what. This high school experience has been a living nightmare. The administration knows how to come after you for a payment if you are less than 1 week late but you are not getting any service for your money. These teachers need to be held accountable. It is a disgrace how the faculty has no regard for the parents/students.

- submitted by a parent
May 02, 2013
I was releuctnat to enroll due to al the reviews but I had no choice in the matter. I sent emails to 3 particular teachers and I would not get any responses. They do not put the grades into edline like they are supposed to. The principal can be down right disrespectful with her lack of regard to her parent's concerns. She allows them to do whatever they want and the scary part is the teachers know it and they behave with a lack of regard for the parents. Alot of parents are taking their children out and I hope they do not wonder why.

- submitted by a parent
November 07, 2012
My son is in 8th grade he has been here since 4th grade. His educational experience have been great and very challenging. I also must say that the students there are great kids, well mannered and respectful. As a parent we always focus on the teachers and the education, but one of the main thing is the students peers. And Riverdale students reflect a very positive religious attitude.

- submitted by a parent
June 05, 2012
My son has attended RBS from K5 thru 2nd grade. We don't have experience with the current middle or high school, but RBS has an excellent Elementary program with a dedicated and friendly Elementary principal. All of our son's teachers have been qualified and professional. Teacher communication has been wonderful with email and use of Edline. Our son has grown both intellectually and spiritually. For Elementary, I would highly recommend RBS for your child.

- submitted by a parent
December 10, 2011
it seem like it only tends to the athlete not any actitvites really good most of the money that does come in seem not to go to the eduction side of things but to the afletices instead they need lots of stuuf fot the acedicmis but it not there

- submitted by a community member
October 10, 2011
He doesn t have to apologize to begin with. The point I am trying to make is that God will always do the right thing, and as Christians, we should ask ourselves in any situation How would God handle this? If a Christian can t humble his or herself to offer an apology and something that is small as such, then how can we be lead by the Holy Spirit and do the works of God? It can t happen, which might explain the high turn over at RBS. What s at the top flows to the bottom and the rest of the school. This is why Mrs. Bingham could not apologize for misplacing my daughter s work and later finding it. The same is true with Mrs. Campbell- she did not return to the meeting, offered no apology nor explaination. Perfect example of what s at the top will certainly flow to the bottom.

- submitted by a parent
May 19, 2011
Sorry But Riverdale is no more what it used to be. I am trying now to locate a good school to enroll my son who is currently attending Riverdale in 5th Grade. I actually wrote to the principal expressing my dissappointment over studies students recieve. My son had been in Riverdale since 2nd grade and it seems every year the quality of education is deteroriating more and more and this year 2010-2011 has been the worst so far with High rate of turnover for teachers and very unskilled teachers etc... Not worth the money anymore.

- submitted by a parent
no rating March 30, 2010
My daughter attended Riverdale for four years (9-12). One of the best private school educations available for a reasonable cost. She loves her school and her teachers. I am very satisfied as a parent.

- submitted by a parent
September 12, 2009
My daughter was at Riverdale Baptist for elementary, middle school, and one year of high school. Although middle school had it's problems, mainly it was very disorganized, the high school experience was horrific. We left there running and will never look back. The grading practices and poor followup from teachers and the high school principle made our lives a living hell. The quality of the teachers is very poor and they spend too much time on discipline in the classroom. If a parent wants to visit the classroom a two-week notice must be provided and it must be approved by the principal. I realize this is because they have much to hide. There are teachers who do not understand how to protect confidential information and share personal information about families with other parents - highly inappropriate. The high school principal has poor social, communication, and management skills - trickles to teachers.

- submitted by a parent
no rating August 28, 2009
I appreciate the Christian environment at RBS. The teachers & students who I have met over the past four years have been great. I am going into my 5th year at Riverdale. I have one child in Public School and two at Riverdale and I honestly see the difference in both academics and athletics. Keep in mind that parents have to work with their children at home no matter what school they attend. However, I am confident that my younger children are receiving a better academic start at RBS than my older child has received in Public School. I have some concerns about the available options/curriculum at the high school level, so I need to do some comparisons in that area. I am confident the Elementary and Middle School programs have well prepared my younger two.

- submitted by a parent
August 27, 2009
My daughter started at RBS at age 3. She came to school being able to read and since that time RBS has fostered her love of learning. She is currently in the 5th grade. We left RBS for 3rd grade at another christian school and returned for 4th grade. This year we left again to experience one day of the TAG program in the PGCPS. Needless to say we have returned HOME to RBS. THE GRASS IS NOT ALWAYS GREENER ON THE OTHER SIDE. We won't leave again because the challenge of the curriculum and the Christian environment are what we have grown accustomed to. The teachers we have had are truly CALLED to teach. My daughter is happy which makes my husband and me happy.

- submitted by a parent
July 08, 2009
I was a student at RBS for about 10 years, K4-8th grade. Elementary school was great, however, when I got into Middle School, even though I was a straight A student, Riverdale failed to successfully prepare me for High School. My whole middle school experience was horrible. As other students have said, if you're not a jock you're nothing. Teachers really don't seem to care and I wonder if some of them really are functioning christians. I FINALLY got out of Riverdale, after MUCH begging, after 8th grade and attended Eleanor Roosevelt. When I got to Roosevelt I felt that other students who attended public schools for MS were more prepared than I was for HS. I ended up graduating at the top of my class from Roosevelt, no thanks to RBMS, and my parents and I agree that taking me out was the best decision they could have ever made.

- submitted by a student
March 14, 2009
I am a student a RBS. I have been going there for 8 years. I am leaving next school year. Most students do not act in a christianly manner. The education is shaky Elementary is shaky mostly hte teachers, MS is worse, and HS is BAD.I have seen a decrease in the quality of the teachers and the school. I am happy to be leaving. And I feel the parents are wasting their money. And money is all the school cares about more than the students!

- submitted by a student
January 27, 2009
I m a parent of a middle school student who has been enrolled since K3. Overall, I m pleased with the high quality challenging education that my child receives. This is confirmed when I review the results of his standardized test scores. RBS includes elementary, middle, and high schools. I think some of the concerns raised in these posts may not apply to the entire school. The elementary programs are awesome. My only recommendation for elementary is to make better use of Edline. The middle school is good, but I d like to see foreign language included. It s offered for elementary and high schools. RBS is not perfect and there are opportunities for improvement. I see the administration working to address them. For instance, Expanding Horizons is now a meaningful computer class and communications have improved drastically since implementing One Call and Edline. However, I d LOVE to see the website updated more frequently.

- submitted by a parent
no rating December 24, 2008
RBS has its up and downs. My daughter has been there for two years now she is in the 7th grade now. However, the academics and sports opportunities for middle school students are great!!! The private school we left was horrible and offered no middle school sports. Parents no matter what have to engage in their children for academics and sports. We think all because we pay 10K a year the schools is suppose to do everything for the children and make the grades for them. This school is Great and the examples are the Kids that leave for Great Universities.

- submitted by a parent
November 20, 2008
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- submitted by a student
November 17, 2008
This is my son's first year a RBS he is in 4th grade, he transferred from another private school. I am pleased so far, it is more challenging for him which is great. Also, it is a very progessive school in terms of technology.

- submitted by a parent
October 10, 2008
This is my son's first year at Riverdale he transferred in from a Catholic High School. He has attended a Catholic Schools since second grade. This experience is alot more enriching for him and for me. Every school has it's pro's and con's that's anywhere you go. The grass is not always greenier on the other side. In our case Riverdale has some green grass and the relationships built are much more personal and student centered.

- submitted by a parent
no rating August 25, 2008
Riverdale Baptist School is an excellent private school. OUr oldest son graduated from the school and has now graduated from the University of Maryland. It offered him excellent academics and athletic outlets. He played baseball for 4 years at Maryland on a scholarship. I now have a younger son attending Riverdale. The teachers are very creative and proactice. The class sizes are very small and discipline is well maintained. It is a great experience.

- submitted by a parent
April 29, 2008
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February 15, 2008
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no rating February 06, 2008
This school is absolutely awful. Not at all what they sale to you in orientation. The teachers don't provide the students with the time and attention they need to succeed and the Administrator is even worse. All they care about is the dollar. After keeping my child there for half a year, I decided that I would be setting my chil dup for failure by remaining at the school. Riverdale is living off it's old reputation. Don't waste your money.

- submitted by a parent
January 28, 2008
My son has been at Riverdale Baptist School since he was 4yrs old. I can honestly say that the Elementary and Middle School Programs were great. My son will be moving on to Catholic High School, where the programs are better. I have heard that the curriculum for Riverdale High School lacks many of the programs that I would like for my son. He has been an Honor's Student and Athlete. The teachers are very caring. They show an interest in him achieving. They are motivators. 4 out of the many teachers that he has had were great. 2 females and 2 males. The males went on to become Professors at Colleges. The females continue to teach at Riverdale and I am so thankful for them.

- submitted by a parent
January 19, 2008
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- submitted by a parent
January 14, 2008
Over the past five years, I have noticed a significant decline in return phone calls or emails. Just this summer alone, I literally had to go to the school just to finally make contact with the school principle. Every year since my child enrolled, he has been assigned a new teacher every year except preschool. This school originally was composed with almost equally distributed diversed students. The teachers hired are not fully equipped with all of the tools the school now has in place. Emails and phone calls are also dodged by teachers, yet they continuely ask for support. What happen to working with the parents. Grades are posted two or three weeks late. Errors were reflected in the first quarter which made it impossible for the parent to understand if the grade reflected is accurate. In the second quarter, the progress report card was never received.

- submitted by a parent
December 10, 2007
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- submitted by a parent
October 16, 2007
I am currently a student at Riverdale Baptist. I am now in the 8th grade, I have been going to Riverdale ever since I was in the 3rd grade. ever since 2006 the math lessons have been more challenging. I am now taking Algebra 1. But I do think some of these teachers are not yet suited to work in a private school. I am currently looking forward to test well in to Charles Herbert High School for their Science and Technology Program.

- submitted by a student
August 18, 2007
RBS is poor quality school. please save your money and attend another school.

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August 13, 2007
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- submitted by a parent
July 15, 2007
I have finally had enough of RBS this past year. Outside of no foreign language, over-crowded classes, and NO Black History education in Elementary School, the curriculum was good. Middle School is a whole new set (and some old) of problems. How can an accredited Middle School not offer a foreign language!? With no foreign language being offered, your child is behind when they go to another school. Most of the teachers are average at best! The good ones leave (Mr Brooks). RBS needs to get rid of Expanded Horizons (playing cards and chess) and get some foreign classes started. RBS is more worried about collecting fees than educating the children! Unfortunately, it took me too many years of my son going to RBS to see the light. I now see the light and we are outta there!

- submitted by a parent
July 13, 2007
My daughter been at RBS for 6 yrs. She's entering the 4th gr. this yr and sadly, I have to say I'm not happy about her going here anymore. Every year the class size increases. The student:teacher ratio is 26:1. There are only 2 second/third and fourth grade teachers and they don't have aides. Due to overcrowded classes, my daughter is overlooked in areas that she needs more attention in (math, grammar).

- submitted by a parent
July 06, 2007
My daughter attended RBS from Pre-K4 until 4th grade. The first years were great. I enjoyed the teachers and the curriculum. I thought it was great that my daughter could learn a foreign language at a young age. However, it all started going down hill with second grade. The teacher quality was horrible, the student teacher ration was too high, and communication with the administration was not as strong as it was at the beginning. I was very disappointed when my daughter did not have a foreign language teacher for 3 years meanwhile the tuition rate continued to rise. I also wanted to become part of the PTF however meetings were not made public nor were the selection of board members. RBS is a good start up school to lay the foundation for further educational growth and Christian development. An active parent with daughters education.

- submitted by a parent
June 19, 2007
Riverdale is not a very good school. The administration is terrible.The school needs prayer. Teachers say very rude thing to the students.

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May 22, 2007
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April 02, 2007
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- submitted by a parent
March 22, 2007
I am the parent of a second grader. The overall quality of RBS academic is in line with other Private schools in the area. The issues we have with RBS are with the Administration.

- submitted by a parent
January 21, 2007
Well I am a student here at riverdale. The school is not all of that. But the middle school has a very well discipline line but besides having bible class and paying for your child to fail school its not different from a public school.

- submitted by a former student
January 09, 2007
Riverdale has gone downhill since the current administrator has been in charge. The elementary school is overcrowded, lacks a foreign language teacher and you pay too much money for the substandard education.

- submitted by a parent
October 25, 2006
i think overall rbs is a good school. i am a student and i really enjoyed the middle school experience. i highly recommend this school. It gives your child an opportunity to suceed.

- submitted by a student
September 14, 2006
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- submitted by a teacher
May 04, 2006
i think that Riverdale is a nice and terrfic school. My daughter has been going there since 5th grade now she is in 7th and doing just perfect.She is a softball player and a cheerleader.Even if she is in sports it doesn't make her very popular.As long as the kids are hsving fun and learning we should keep them there. I think Riverdale is a great school i would recomend it to anybody.

- submitted by a parent
April 24, 2006
Ditto! See comments by I.T. Wilson, dated Aug. 2004. Although my son made honor this semester, I want my son to master the concepts. Dont' get me wrong, of course I'm proud of him, especially because it was a goal he had set for himself. But how can one be on the Honor Roll and stuggle with math concepts and language skills? I'm truly concerned about his future here and looking for a homeschool setting. He is moving from one of four 1st gr. classes to only two second gr. classes. As it stands now, his teacher does not promote asking questions. And she herself told me 'they don't have time to do math facts'. This has to be done at home. If you read this do you have any knowledge of homeschool style schools in the Upper Marlboro/Bowie area? Does anyone have any info. about 'Belair Baptist Christian Academy' in Bowie?

- submitted by a parent
August 24, 2005
I have a son and daughter who attended Riverdale from Pre-K through 2nd grade. If we had not moved more than 30 miles away they would still go there. I HIGHLY recommend this school. I am a parent that is more concerned about the quality of the education, rather than extra-curricular activities. The school challenged my son to do his best every day and taught him a lot about personal responsibility. This IS the best school you can attend in PG County. The public school system is just not an option. As a parent for your child to be successful, you MUST volunteer and get to know the teacher. The teachers were well trained and very educated. I will miss this school.

- submitted by a parent
February 17, 2005
This is my daughter's first year at Riverdale (K5), so my experience is limited. I have been pleasantly surprised with the challenging Kindergarten curriculum. I have been very pleased with the level of their reading and math skills. In comparing notes with other parents, their math skill sets seem to be comparable with those of first graders in other schools. Parents have plenty of opportunity for involvment. My only criticism would be that the feedback on the progress reports was very skimpy and my child's teacher was not responsive to providing additional feedback.

- submitted by a parent
January 31, 2005
Some Christian School. They should call it Riverdale Ghetto. It has no Christian Enviroment. If your child is not good at sports , dont sent him/her there. Jocks are treated like angels, not jocks are treated like dirt. It is also a very racism school.

- submitted by a student
August 31, 2004
My daughter had attended private school all her life since 3 years of age beginning in a Montessori school until entering 3rd grade at RBS. By the 5th grade, we stopped trying to make the best out of a bad situation. Homework burn-out and no real learning. We left never to return there. The kids were rude and disrespectful. Low to fair parental involvement. Good academics does not mean volumes of homework that is basicly done by the parents. Independent thought is not cultivated. There is no value in completing the whole textbook before year end and you do not master the contents. I want more than A's & B's for my daughter, I want her to not only recite the information presented, but be about to apply & manipulate the concepts as well. We need thinkers and doers. But, they had a great music department. Student performances were wonderful.

- submitted by a parent
July 22, 2004
I have two children at Riverdale and would not think of placing them at any other school in PG County. I have found the teachers of my children to be both caring and well qualified. The curriculum is challenging and a very high emphasis is placed on both intellectual as well as spiritual development. My goal is to keep both of my children at Riverdale through 12th grade.

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July 14, 2004
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- submitted by a parent
June 26, 2004
I love this school. The Staff and Administration are great. Its not often that you find persons who generally care about the spiritual and educational growth of children. This school has that and more. This schools ranks #1 in my book of top schools in PG County. The current BD Education should ask Riverdale how they keep up the great work!

- submitted by a parent
May 21, 2004
Sending my daughter to Riverdale was the best choice I could have every made. My daughter is currently enrolled in the middle school at Riverdale Baptist and the middle school Principal is excellent. This is my daughter's first year in a private school and she really didn't want to attend. I attended private school from K thru 8 myself and was looking for a school that would challenge my daughter. Riverdale has totally changed my daughter's outlook on school. She is more focused and has higher standards. Now my daughter is begging me to stay at Riverdale Baptist. My daughter has told me of rumors about the High School principal but like I told her we just have to see for ourselves. I have been very please with Riverdale Baptist they are willing to work with you and they really care about your kids.

- submitted by a parent
May 01, 2004
If I were a parent looking for a Christian school for their child, I wouldn't recommend Riverdale. There is no respect for the teachers, and in return the teachers don't respect the students. The principal is very uninvolved when it comes to answering the parents' complaints as well. I am currently a student at Riverdale, and have been attending for six years. I enjoyed the Elementary school at Rivedale, I didn't really care for the middle school, but the high school part has to be the worst out of the three parts. But, if you are a parent whose child is involved in sports, then Riverdale is the school for you. But, if you want the full experience (extra curricular activities such as clubs, dances,etc.) then I don't think this would be the right High School for you.

- submitted by a student
April 30, 2004
I am currently enrolled at Riverdale and I am a freshman in high school. Riverdale Baptist is not the school it seems to be. It is supposed to be a Christian enviroment, but it is not. The teachers are of poor quality as well. This school isn't about teaching us about life and being good Christians. And no, our principal is not the most caring person in the world. She doesn't care about us at all. Her goals is to turn Riverdale into a prep school, and that is not going to happen. RBS is just a school known for its ' #1 in the county' baseball team. But, if sports are your thing, come to Riverdale. Believe me, jocks get the best treatment(but mainly just the baseball team).Parents, it is not worth the $7729 a year.This is my last year.

- submitted by a student
August 25, 2003
An excellent academic and spiritual growth center for all students. The High School Principal was the most caring and dedicated administrator that I have met in years. All of the teachers truly care about their students academic and spiritual development.

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Riverdale Baptist School
1133 Largo Rd, Upper Marlboro, MD  20774
(301) 249-7000
Last modified Riverdale Baptist School is a Private school that serves grades PK-12
Riverdale Baptist School Rating: 3 out of 5 based on 64 reviews.