September 06, 2014
I noticed many of these reviews were older, especially the negative ones, so I thought I would give an updated review. I am currently a junior at BR. Since even the latest review, many changes have been made. The school has brought technology into the classroom in the form of online textbooks, no longer needing to lug books to school, and classroom sets of iPads and Chrome Books. Now, starting from freshmen year, you have the option to choose from over 50 courses. Unfortunately, the had to eliminate our study period from the schedule in order to do so, but study is available as an elective. BR is known around the state for having some of the best athletic teams, but we also have other after school options which includes a robotics team that competes nationally, and a very well regarded spring musical program. The school is relatively new. The teachers, like with any school, vary. (It's all a matter of personal opinion.) My class (2016) has some of the best standardized test results in the state, so obviously, we are learning and have credible academics. I know many people, and hopefully myself in a couple years, who are proud to call themselves BR graduates.
- submitted by a student