I personally don't believe that this is a good to send your kids to. 1.The assistant principle suspended you for little this 2.Some over the teachers are very disrespectful to certain students all the time 3.The learning environment is not very good there is a lot of bullying and students doing self harm to theirselves in the bathrooms
Baldwin Road Junior High School is a public middle school in Reynoldsburg. The principal of Baldwin Road Junior High School is Mr. Scott A. Bennett and can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org. 450 students go to Baldwin Road Junior High School and identify primarily as White, non-Hispanic; Hispanic; and Black, non-Hispanic. 49% of the 450 students here are classified as "economically disadvantaged", and 38% have subsidized lunches. The ratio of students to teachers at Baldwin Road Junior High School is 20:1. Hannah J Ashton Middle School is one of the nearest middle schools.
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I go to BRJH and this school is amazing. We are now called Stem middle meaning science technology engineering and mathematics. It also offers high school credit classes once you get into seventh and eighth grade. The main idea of stem is to teach us life lessons that we would need to succeed wherever we go. Something bad about this school is that there are some students that give a negative vibe for the school. Other than that this school is hands down wonderful.
Don't take your kids here the school is not clean very well an some watchers pick on students and assistant principal suspends you for little things for a long amount of tim and it messes up with your learning tim. Waggoner is better then this school and it alike they want you for your money with all these fundraisers.
Too much trouble in this school and boys running around with their pants half off their butts. ( Dress code is a joke in this school) Dr. Hubbard NOT a good leader.
I personally believe that this school is the best. Last year when my son started cutting himself to support that we got was top notch. Doctor hubbard was wonderful his resource teacher cyrstal ott was wonderful as was mrs. Evan his counselor. Dr. Hubbard andi sat down and reviewed my son's grades and i requested that he repeat 8th grade this year and so far it has made a difference in his coping skills and everything else in his young age. God bless this school for everything it has done for us. Thx
This school has amazingly improved my child's math skills from proficient to advanced! I am proud of this school. The vice principal organizes dances and parties has an excellent reputation and she also has a program to encourage club members to do community work and they receive a special trip at the end of the year! The Teachers are awesome.
My review as a seventh-going-to-eighth-grader in the year 2008-2009 is overall great! The teachers made me feel welcome and not only did they help with my teaching but we also had time at the end of each class to discuss about life in general and for advice on how to lead our moral lives more better. Each teacher helps me as a student in many different ways. Each teacher with heir own personality teaches me both regular school teachings ad life tips and advice. I with the help of all my teachers and especially Mrs. Koob got a 99% above the whole U.S.A. With my Science Terra Nova test!! I Thank all of my teachers and I really would like to recommend this school for your children parents because this school is so great that I can't wait to go back to WRJHS!
Vice Principal Ms. Kelly is a hands on involved leader of the school. The school has plenty of extracurricular activities to involve nearly any student. There are several 'Raider Night' activities that are conducted at the school with ample supervision. In a day and age when students with weapons at school students fighting in schools drugs and/or pregnancies I find RJHS to be a school with students primarily well behaved and already beginning to look forward to their futures. The structure in the school seems well planned and constant. Contact between parents and teachers is encouraged and made simple. Keep up the good work RJHS. I'd like to see the overall grades a wee bit higher. ead
RJHS is a wonderful place for my eighth grader. I was thoroughly impressed by the programs offerred last year especially the Impact program. They have an awesome principal who genuinely cares about the students and their well-being. My son's teachers communicated promptly and effectively whenever a situation arose. I appreciate being informed of my son's progress and anything that may have hindered his progress. The parent involvement is unreal! While I wish that I had more time to participate w/ the PTO. Keep up the good work RJHS!
Well the teachers are great expecially Mr. Scheetz. They don't have a girls soccer team which disappoints me. The parents sometimes get a little too involved.
Overall this is a very high-quality school. The rooms facilities and halls are kept very clean and the classrooms are easy to find. The teachers will provide adequate personal attention when it is needed though I have seen instances when a student in a fix will go unnoticed. Most of the teachers develop good healthy relationships with the students as long as the student respects them and will follow the rules given. If a teacher is not respected however the rules will be enforced and no doubt about that. The teachers and staff stick to their disciplining no questions asked. One good experience that I had at this school was that I was going through a particularly low time in my life and my teachers were right there next to me encouraging me to do the best I could. I overall had a good experience at this school.