RHS is a student centered campus. I can honestly say that this campus is filled with teachers who honestly love kids and strive to provide a rigorous coursework of study for every student. RHS is a community of learners surrounded by a faculty that strives to create lifelong learners and thinkers.
I have had one son graduate from RHS with two more to follow. There is no such thing as a perfect school and you will have some bad teachers as well as the usual problems with students. But I would not send my sons to any other high school in Roswell. The principal is very involed with the students and has their respect and trust. A HUGE test for any staff member.
I personally liked RHS. They made me feel welcomed with open arms. It can be strict and disciplined, but what school isn't? I think that it's good though because every school should have a good foundation and stucture. The teachers are great and very motivating.
The Roswell Independent School District has been one disappointment after another. I have often asked several teachers as to the reason they do not call parents when the child is failing and the response is always the same,'We don't have time to call parents. We have too many students and it's the students responsibility to keep track of their progress.' I think that the worse thing that I have done was to take my daughter out of private school and subject her to mediocre education and values.
Satisfied, both my older children graduated here. Sports kept my son busy, and music kept my daughter upbeat. My daughter graduated with honors. Safety and Discipline issues were great, I was very comfortable of how they took care of manners.