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White Hall High School
- White Hall School District, AR
- Rating 3.7 out of 5 161 reviews
Alum: White Hall High School was a great school. They taught me a lot, I was taking college courses and didn’t even realize until I received a certificate for completing the class. When I came to college I was very prepared for it academic wise. There are many clubs around White Hall High School that will look good on your résumé because it helps you throughout life. The food at White Hall was amazing. There are five different food lines so there were always different selection of food everyday. Faculty is always helpful, they lead and teach you not just for high school but throughout your whole life. White Hall was a great experience if I could go back to high school and do the whole experience over I would definitely go back to White Hall...
- 898 Students
- 15:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Ridgway Christian School
- Private School
- PINE BLUFF, AR
- PK, K-12
- Rating 3.89 out of 5 37 reviews
Alum: What I loved about attending Ridgway Christian were having brilliant teachers who emphasized the importance of learning and keeping God in the center of my life to help me achieve great things. I also loved that the school provided speakers weekly that spoke to us about their life challenges, achievements, and how God plays a significant role in guiding them in the path they choose to take in life. It gave us students an outlook on how life is when choosing a righteous path...
- 310 Students
- 11:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Mayflower High School
- Mayflower School District, AR
- Rating 3.41 out of 5 98 reviews
Senior: Coming to Mayflower High School was a life changing experience for me. I was homeschooled all the way up until 10th grade and when I came to Mayflower, I finally felt whole. I was surrounded in such a positive environment, with teachers and staff that truly care about me and the other students. I was offered so many opportunities and I could not have thought of a better school for me to go to! I love Mayflower High School and I am so grateful that I got to spend my last few years in school there!...
- 355 Students
- 12:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Watson Chapel High School
- Watson Chapel School District, AR
- Rating 3.25 out of 5 166 reviews
Senior: Watson chapel is a very racially diverse school. I enjoy seeing all kinds of students from around the world at my school. They have several student groups for everyone to participate in, and feel like they have a family outside of their homes. I am apart of the JROTC program (4 years) and it has helped me in many areas of my life while providing positive role models for me to take examples from. I have attending other schools in the area and chapel, outranks those schools in academics , friendliness , and college readiness. I used to be a trouble maker in past school districts, but once coming to Chapel , the environment inspired me to turn my life around, and want to be better in life , and succeed. The only thing i would change about Watson Chapel would definitely be the food. It is not good at all...
- 536 Students
- 12:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Dollarway High School
- Dollarway School District, AR
- Rating 3.1 out of 5 62 reviews
Senior: My experience at Dollarway was fantastic, I enjoyed every moment and day at Dollarway High School. It feels good being at a school that cares and teaches you many things. But, what I mostly loved about Dollarway is that it's a high school a like no other, it truly and all ways will feel like home...
- 277 Students
- 10:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Pine Bluff High School
- Pine Bluff School District, AR
- Rating 3.33 out of 5 156 reviews
Sophomore: I go to this school in person. The one thing that I would change about the school is how they should straight-forwardly attack the problem instead of working around it. I would like to see more changes with the school and how they run it. I signed up for the FCCLA and it took them a while to approve of the club so we couldn't order any shirts. I'm not one to complain, but the attitudes of staff also need to be managed. Most are short-tempered and feel like students don't need to know anything but just listen. I love my peers, staff, and officers, but I do not want to keep backing up a school who does not try to engage with their students and actually make learning fun and not make it feel like a jailhouse everytime we walk on campus. This makes it feel like we are trapped and can't do anything, and we can't disagree with anyone. We cannot voice our opinions. We are trying to be taken control of like we're animals...
- 903 Students
- 13:1 Student-Teacher Ratio