"My daughter just completed her 2nd year at Rouse and we have loved every minute. From the administration, staff, teachers, cafeteria staff, nurses, attendance - everyone has been helpful, professional, and treated my daughter with genuine caring. Academics are rigorous but as a result our daughter did very well on the PSAT as well as the state tests. We feel so blessed that we moved here and our children are getting such a high quality education."
"Whenever I've had trouble in classes they've always been fabulous about working with me. My older and younger brother have gone and go here respectively. I enjoy the large variety of electives and the theatre program is amazing. It was easy to get involved in clubs and after a year of hard work I'm the president in our Latin club! Almost everyone is very welcoming and wants to get to know you, there are a few trouble makers but they've always seemed to be fairly swiftly dealt with. The main thing that i wish was changed was having a small water bottle as an option instead of the school milk."
"I absolutely love going to RHS. I had the opportunity to go to LHS to participate in the IB program, but I chose Rouse instead, and I'm so glad I did! The teachers are amazing, the extracurriculars are challenging and varied, and the academics (at least as an AP student) involve the students (lots of learning by doing). Plus, the band and student council are some of the best in the state! Go Raiders!"
"Nothing but love for Rouse. Go Raiders..... I have 2 daughters. 1 graduated 2013 and the other is a Junior. They both love the school as well as I commend the staff with their involvement with the students. I can not say enough positive things about them. The AP classes are exceptional and if you can get your child in those classes, it will be well worth it."
"This is a typical public high school in a very large district. I suggest AP courses for your child to get the best education possible at this school. One negative I have experienced is that the football coaches are bullies and play favorites. It's sad that a district that touts a zero tolerance policy with bullying employs coaches that demean the players (it's not acceptable just because it's football). I would speak up directly if I knew my son wouldn't suffer punishment for honest feedback from concerned parents. It's time all teachers and coaches treat students with dignity and practice what they teach (no bullying)."