There are many great teachers at this school that really push the children. They do rotate administrators a lot but the teachers and counselors are outstanding. There is a bit of racism with hiring giving preference to non-whites but other than that it is a great place to send a child to school in the poorest area of the country.
- submitted by a parent
June 14, 2012
The rating of this school is unfair in a way but it is also slightly true. The high school courses could be a bit more challenging but in my opinion PRHS is culturaly better than red cloud. At least the teachers TEACH the Lakota ways instead of tring to force christianity into a students schedule of learning. And Red Cloud is obviosly a privatly funded school, I'm even surprised to know that that school could have all the essential parts of learning effecently...
- submitted by a community member
October 05, 2011
This school is unsatisfactory. The children are not learning what they need to learn. Red CLoud kids have computer, and activities and our children play with crayons. We are still waiting for the backpacks that were promised us. My daughter complains that the school is loud and unorganized. I love the Ridge but thus school needs help. If I could afford to put her in Red CLoud I would I can not afford transportation to and from and we are not district for that school. Hopefully we will get some of the federal funding that is going around. If you have a choice do not put your kids here. Pilamaya