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Pullman High School
- Pullman Public Schools, WA
- Rating 3.75 out of 5 163 reviews
Senior: My experience with Pullman High School has been excellent. The facility is essentially brand-new, having finished its reconstruction three years ago. PHS is strong academically, offering many challenging AP-level courses and adding more each year. If an advanced class isn't offered at the high school, students often make use of the online BYU class system (unfortunately, flawed and expensive) or Running Start through our local Washington State University. As for the school's proximity to WSU, the school is consequently very diverse and well supplied with field trips and internship opportunities. Because the permanent population is more involved in education, PHS is generously funded and has a top-notch performing arts program. The teachers are engaging and friendly people who go out of their way to encourage extra-curricular involvement in the myriad of school clubs and sports, which consistently make it to regional and state-level competitions if they're competitive in nature.
- 815 Students
- 20:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
- Colton School District, WA
- PK, K-12
- Rating 3.59 out of 5 17 reviews
Senior: Colton School is a great learning environment for all ages. We are a very tight-knit school. The older students are great role models for the grade school students. That is what makes Colton School so great.
- 190 Students
- 13:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
LaCrosse High School
- School District of La Crosse, WA
- Rating 4.25 out of 5 4 reviews
Senior: I love going to school here, it’s a small school. Because it’s a s school, I get more one-on-one time with each teacher, which helps me to better understand any material I may be struggling with. The only thing I would like to see change is school spirit. We lack it greatly and I’m doing everything I can to be able to get people excited to come to school.
- 35 Students
- 5:1 Student-Teacher Ratio