Raymond S. Kellis

(3.6/5)

(623) 486 - 6000

8990 West Orangewood Avenue, Glendale, AZ 85305

City: Glendale
State:AZ
Zip code: 85305

Grades: 7-12

Type: Public School

Female: 50% - Male: 50%

Low Income Students: 50%

Students per Class: 20

White: 54%, Black: 4%, Hispanic: 30%, Asian: 3%, Other: 9%

Raymond S. Kellis

(3.6/5)

(623) 486 - 6000

8990 West Orangewood Avenue, Glendale, AZ 85305

City: Glendale
State: AZ
Zip code: 85305

Grades: 7-12

Type: Public School

Female: 50% - Male: 50%

Low Income Students: 50%

Students per Class: 20

White: 54%, Black: 4%, Hispanic: 30%, Asian: 3%, Other: 9%

SCHOOL HOURS

Monday : 07:20 AM - 3:00 PM

Tuesday : 07:20 AM - 3:00 PM

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Thursday : 07:20 AM - 3:00 PM

Friday : 07:20 AM - 3:00 PM

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Review List

Dean Kuest
2018-05-25T14:44:16Z
(5/5)
Dean Kuest
2018-05-25T14:44:16Z
(5/5)

Graduated three boys from Kellis. Great Administration. Great school.

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Im Nobotington
2017-09-11T02:46:45Z
(5/5)
Im Nobotington
2017-09-11T02:46:45Z
(5/5)

Drama is big factor of all high schools so it shouldnt even be mentioned that it also applies to Kellis. Not a bad school for academics but the little rules every teacher has is completely ignorant.

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Blew
2017-05-04T22:29:44Z
(1/5)
Blew
2017-05-04T22:29:44Z
(1/5)

There are many things wrong with the school, most importantly, the staff. Many of the teachers at Kellis are rude, disrespectful, or just unfair as many will give up on students with out trying to help. One such student was kicked out of the school after most of the teachers gave up on him. They say they are one of the best educators in the state yet theyll give up on a student. The front office is probably one of the worst support systems Ive ever used. Theyll listen to a problem but wont address or give attention to it. For 8 months I have complained that the buses on late starts are random and not helpful. Theyve listened and never addressed the problem. They wont even call ahead to tell us what will happen with the bus. The guidance counselors are alright and helpful but, cant do much in the grand scheme of things. We have pep rallies and events but it never feels as if the educators thank us for coming out to fundraisers and events. The real problem with the school is the education. They seem as if the special education program is the hallmark of the school. This is true and if you need a school with a great special education I recommend the school but, it feels as if they dont focus on us. The school might have one of the best special education programs in the nation but, is so far from a real education and it all goes back to the staff and teachers.

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Rodney Hill
2016-05-31T19:42:08Z
(2/5)
Rodney Hill
2016-05-31T19:42:08Z
(2/5)

Education is decent but not the school to want to send your son/daughter to if he or she plays sports. Athletic director and coaches are horrible and lots of favoritism is being shown at the school. Especially with the basketball program...

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Jr Passmore
2016-03-21T22:49:21Z
(5/5)
Jr Passmore
2016-03-21T22:49:21Z
(5/5)

My daughter loves kellis an enjoying it very much those saying the sport department is slacking is not true. My oldest son was in sports there an he is now in college becoming a professional.

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