Describe the type of student who should attend Riverside High School. Why?

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Anonymous, Student, Riverside High School, Class of 2016

I think all students should attend Riverside University High School. Like if you are very interested in playing a sport, into music, or after school activities this school is the right place for you.

Anonymous, Student, Riverside High School, Class of 2016

The type of student who should attend Riverside High School would be an active community member and someone who enjoys being close with everyone. Riverside is a small school of only 400 kids and each and every one of us are close. Someone friendly and easy going would profit at our school socially, and academically, someone who learns well in small class settings would prosper at Riverside.

Anonymous, Student, Riverside High School, Class of 2016

My passion to strive for excellence was reflected at the end of my sixth grade year when I received the President's Award for Educational Excellence. At the time, I attended West Riverside Elementary located in Rubidoux. It had a run-down playground, barbed wired fences and was extremely over crowded with mostly minority and first generation students like myself. I did not really know what that meant, until I attended a private Catholic middle school. Coming from a segregated elementary school to another segregated middle school I was shocked to see such diversity amongst the students at Riverside Poly High School. Yet for most, college is the most common path taken thereby encouraging students to go beyond their limits. With so many clubs, sports, and academic recognition programs I definitely wanted to be a part of this diversity. Instead of staying up all night scrambling to finish homework I would choose to spread my tasks over the course of a week and learn to manage my time.

Anonymous, Student, Riverside High School, Class of 2016

The type of student who should attend Riverside High School is, well, anyone! It has an all-inclusive population who will always make you feel welcome, alongside options to pursue higher education with support from both faculty and students.

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