Harrah Public Schools is a public school district located in Harrah, OK. It has 2,288 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 19 to 1. According to state test scores, 28% of students are at least proficient in math and 39% in reading.
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Harrah Public Schools Reviews
Harrah has the numbers of a small country school but the atmosphere and facilities of a medium suburb school. This creates the ideal school. Class sizes are relatively small allowing for more one on one time between teachers and students. Most extracurricular groups are decently funded and all are backed by the administration. Therefore allowing students to pursue whatever field they want. Along with your typical collage prep classes, Harrah has life classes designed to assist those who will not attend collage to still lead successful, productive lives.
I feel that HHS doesn't push their students to their potential. The teachers are not excited about teaching. They allow students to watch movies. They also don't offer a good variety of classes to get students prepared for college. Harrah also takes in kids that have been suspended from other districts. This causes bad influences on other kids that are trying to do good. I also feel coaches should be held accountable. They are too lax in the classroom. They also allow top athletes to to get away with more than they should. Harrah also has low school spirit. I feel if the teachers were more involved with their students, the school spirit would be better.
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.