66 out of 10GreatSchools

Red Bank Elementary School

Lexington, SC
  • Public
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  • Grades PK-5
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  • Enrollment: 583


Red Bank Elementary School
246 Community Drive
Lexington, SC 29073
(803) 821-4600
Red Bank Elementary School is located in Lexington, SC and serves grades PK-5.It received a GreatSchool rating of 6 out of 10
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Student Diversity



Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander
Native American
Two or more races

Reviews8 Reviews

Completely pleased with everything Red Bank has done for us.
It galls me that Red Bank Elementary does not get the credit it deserves. Their concern is not just for the student but for their families as well. If your #1 priority is just in test scores then by all means you may want to look at another school. But if you want a quality education in a nurturing and caring environment, then I would HIGHLY recommend Red Bank. Your child will still receive a quality Lexington One education there. There are more important things in life than test scores though. I feel like Red Bank gives my children all of that-from the car rider line in the morning to the cafeteria staff, to the office staff, and the after school staff.
I attended red bank for elementary school for k-5 and I wouldn't wish the experience upon any other human being. Even now, 4 years later, the school has only gotten worse. Students who struggle receive no extra help and are simply passed on to the next grade whether or not they've learned anything, setting them up for failure in middle and high school. There are no resources for advanced students. The library is understaffed and underfunded. All focus is on the Spanish immersion program (where students who have yet to master basic knowledge of math, science, or history are forced to attempt to do so in a foreign language) and technology that would be better put to use with older students. Bullying is a major issue but the school puts up a front of happiness, tolerance, and friendliness. Many teachers are rude to both students and parents and are VERY unskilled in their own subject areas. Students coming from this school are unprepared to face consequences or tackle difficult issues.
This school lets kids have fun while learning and gives kids ways to do the right thing when they become adults.
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