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Beaverhead County High School
- Public School
- DILLON, MT
- Rating 3.71 out of 5 52 reviews
Senior: My high school is very small. In fact, there are only 72 people in my whole grade. I really love going to a small high school - almost everyone knows everyone, and we really look out for each other. Additionally, our teachers look out for us. As a student, you get to know your teachers really well, and they are sure to give out any extra help you may need.
Our school sponsors many clubs such as Key Club, Art Club, National Honor Society, FCCLA, FFA, and more! I am a part of many of these as well as student government. Some fun things that occur at Beaverhead County High School are: homecoming week, dress up days, winter formal, prom, basketball games, pep band performances, early-out on Fridays, and the Lunch Buddies program. Lunch Buddies is where a high school student is paired with an elementary student to eat lunch with them and act as a mentor. There's a big party for all the kids and buddies at the end of the year.
BCHS is great and I have enjoyed my experience there so far!
- 326 Students
- 16:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Lima High School
- Lima Public Schools, MT
- Rating 4 out of 5 4 reviews
Senior: Lima Highschool is an amazing experence. Not only for the super advanced kids but also for the intermediate as well. I really love the student to teacher ratio being only 5 to 8 kids in a class you really get a great one on one experience to beable to grasp the concept better. The students are all closely bonded and have a great friendship. We are basically a huge family. Thus making sports, bus rides and school activites an exceptional place to be. Everybody knows everybody making school feel more like home so you do not have to be afraid or feel left out. Since Lima is such a small schoo, they are willing to help you achieve any goal you may have in mind. What I personally would like to see change at Lima is the boringness, the students dont seem to get into things as other schools would. I would also like to see the school be remodeled to fit the needs of children today or just to make it look less like an old abandoned building.
- 21 Students
- 5:1 Student-Teacher Ratio