Southwestern Senior High School
#1 Best High Schools for STEM in Chautauqua County
- Southwestern Central School District, NY
- 73 reviews
Alum: As a former graduate of Southwestern I look back and am thankful for the education I received from here. The teachers are dedicated and take the extra mile to help their students academically. The school was safe and well maintained. Now they have started beautiful renovations to the gym, fitness room, auditorium, & much more. In my experience there wasn’t a large graduating class, and I felt very close with my fellow classmates. The community is strong in the area, and give a lot of support to the school. One thing I’d like to see some more of is clubs/after school activities. I think there was also a lack of culture awareness when I was attending. This was 5 + years ago so I do not know if things have changed in that area. Overall SW is an amazing school in an amazing district. Lakewood are of New York was a beautiful, and safe place to grow up in.
- 418 Students
- 12:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Fredonia High School
#2 Best High Schools for STEM in Chautauqua County
- Fredonia Central School District, NY
- 70 reviews
Senior: Fredonia High School is a great school, and I have enjoyed all 3 and eventually 4 of my years here. The teachers are great and know their subjects, the environment is very welcoming, and there are a multitude of opportunities for extracurricular involvement. Overall, FHS is a great place to develop personally while also receiving a great education and being part of a lively student body.
- 501 Students
- 14:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Jamestown High School
#3 Best High Schools for STEM in Chautauqua County
- Jamestown City School District, NY
- 74 reviews
Alum: JHS, all things considered, was a pretty good place to learn and grow. Despite the bad rap it tends to be given, JHS is a place where one can find friends and courses one wants to take that one would be hard pressed to find anywhere else. I honestly had a really good time at JHS, and recommend the music and art departments as the most substantial. They're areas that are normally forgotten about, but JHS offered courses that several of my college peers have never even heard of.
- 1,329 Students
- 13:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
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