Harrah Public Schools is a public school district located in Harrah, OK. It has 2,214 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 18 to 1. According to state test scores, 35% of students are at least proficient in math and 37% in reading.
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Harrah Public Schools Reviews
Harrah High School condones an environment which promotes learning, and I have massively enjoyed my time in which I've attended school there. As mathematics is my most challenging subject, I find that the teachers are patient and are willing to work with me once I lack understanding. I am extremely overjoyed to be able to graduate from this school, as it seems that the students are not judgmental, the teachers care about creating a proper learning environment, and the staff is immensely kind towards the students. My best self has been formed within Harrah High School.
Harrah Public Schools is a great place for students who enjoy the aspects of small community living. The size of the classes allows students to grow closer with one another as well as their teachers, giving them more opportunity to be comfortable enough to ask for help when needed. While the small size can be an advantage, Harrah comes with its downsides. Funding is one of these. Due to lack of funding throughout the state our school especially suffers in ability to hire teachers and staff, thus not being able to offer some classes due to the lack of teachers to teach them. Overall, Harrah isn't below average and with the right mindset students are able to get the most out of their education there just as well as students of much larger schools.
Throughout my years in Harrah Public Schools, things have been 40/60. I would say about 40% of teachers genuinely care about their students, while the other 60% are merely just there. The handful of great teachers I have encountered I hold dear, while the rest have still left an impact, just not the greatest.