Becker Middle School
63 Best Public Middle Schools in Minnesota
- Becker Public School District, MN
Alum: My experience at the Becker Middle school was a positive one. The classes offered and teachers were great! Class size was perfect. Community is a tight nit group and can be challenging at times. If you have a right last name it's easy if not, not so much. Many opportunities to be involved; you simply have to pick what interests you and join.
- 678 Students
- 19:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
BASIS Independent McLean
- Private School
- McLean, VA
- PK, K-12
Parent: Our son is currently in the 2nd grade. He has been at the school for two years, and it has been a wonderful experience. The enthusiasm of the teachers, who are truly experts in the subjects they teach, is infectious. They consistently set high standards for all students at every stage of their academic career. This is a school that prioritizes academics and the students themselves; it is targeted to students with intellectual curiosity and a strong work ethic. We are very happy here!
- 375 Students
- 6:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
City Life 742
- St. Cloud Public School District, MN
Senior: District 742 has provided me with several opportunities I am eternally grateful for: AP Classes, extensive clubs and activities to participate in, and a caring and fantastic faculty. The district has made me love learning and being an active member of my community, and I have had an excellent experience with Saint Cloud schools! My only complaint is the facility I attend, Technical High School, is nearly 100 years old. The school is outdated and not necessarily equipped to accommodate the modern student. However, this is not by fault of the district: our school district has tried several times to pass a referendum for a new Tech, but our community wasn't receptive until this year, when a new Tech High was approved. Sadly, I won't get to attend the new school, but I am very glad it will positively influence future Tech students and create even better learning environments!
- 23 Students
- 8:1 Student-Teacher Ratio