Rated Excellent with Distinction 12 years in a row
Revere High School is a public high school. The principal of Revere High School is Mr. Phillip D. King, whose e-mail is email@example.com. 933 children attend Revere High School and identify primarily as White, non-Hispanic; Asian/Pacific Islander; and Asian. 4% of the 933 students here are classified as "economically disadvantaged", and 8% get reduced lunch prices. The student to teacher ratio at Revere High School is 17:1. Copley High School is one of the nearest high schools.
- Ceramics sculpture
- Computer arts
- Drawing painting
- Theater drama
- Video film production
- Cross country
- Field hockey
- P.E. classes
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Horrible principal leadership. Not a good school if your student is having trouble with academics. No one there to help.
I go to this school. It's a great school for learning but some of the teachers and students aren't very nice.
Both my daughters graduated from Revere HS and we are so grateful for the great education they received.
What an amazing school system!
Fantastic School! A piece of my heart will always remain there! I attended 3 high schools (family moved a lot) and Revere is by far the best!! Even the 'bad kids' had good grades! Academics were a priority and everyone took pride in themselves! I wish I could send my own children. (moved yet again)
The student body is very skewed to the right with a high percentage of the students academically superior to advanced. This has a huge impact on class rank which has a huge impact on college selection. Many excellent teachers as well as those cruising to retirement. These students have to be prepared to work really hard for every A they receive and will discover many many students competing with them for the top spots.
This school has offered my son a place where he can feel safe and prosper. His confidence level went up as soon as he started here. The focus of everything is to advance every student regardless of academic needs. I feel lucky to have my son go to this awesome school. The teachers are always ready to help and the high rate of participation of the students in the wide variety of extra curriculars helps to keep them out of trouble.
Although the parent involvement is at times lacking and the school is not very diverse at all I believe that Revere High School provides a wonderful education for my daughter. It's honors classes are at a reasonabe difficulty. The extra cirriculars are good with clubs ranging from Key Club to Chess Club much like all other area high schools. I think it is a wonderful highschool with a very well educated staff.
The major strength of Revere High School is its academic programs. The school offers advanced math and science courses and also Honors and AP classes in most subjects. There are many academic extracurricular activities including Science Olympiad Math League Academic Challenge Mock Trial etc. The sports teams are quite good overall and new fields and facilities are enjoyable for athletes and spectators. The high quality drama club produces a fall play and spring musical. The marching band is small at approx. 55 musicians but is improving - however there is no stringed instrument program in the school system. A new principal arrived in fall '05 and is motivated impressive and likeable. A very important part of this school is the students. Most of these kids are (to adults at least!) pleasant friendly and work hard at what they like to do. This is a great school!
This school has a very advanced selection of courses. The student body consists of many very competitive minds who bring up the caliber of all around them.
Revere school district is perhaps one of the finest in the state of Ohio. Students each year achieve excellence in academics and rank higher than any other school in the Northern Ohio area in proficiency testing. My two daughters attended Revere schools and have gone on to become outstanding college students at MIT and Harvard respectively. I credit the tremendous effort of the teachers at Revere for my children's success. There is no finer school in the area. I'm proud to have moved to Richfield and given my girls the opportunity to attend Revere schools.
I am the proud parent of my two daughters who both graduated from the Revere School System. I cannot explain to you how wonderful I feel the system is. Both of my daughters have grown into not only successful adults but good people. I feel the education they received from the teachers in the school systems was excellent. If I had to make the choice of schools again my decision to live in Bath Ohio so my daughters could attend Revere would remain the same.
I'm not a parent but I graduated from Revere in 2003. Every teenager has a problem with school while they are there but I'm glad I got to attend school at Revere. The curriculum is a lot harder than most schools and that helped to prepare me for college. Also most of the teachers are very helpful and will help with any problem.
Excellent principal at the high school. quite a variety of elective classes to choose from. the learning disability program and teachers have to be the best in the area if not the state. my son has done extremely well in this school.
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