Pella High School
#1 Best Public High Schools in Marion County
- Pella Community School District, IA
- 120 reviews
Senior: My experience at Pella High School was very good. Each teacher cared about your well being and personal and educational goals. I felt they prepared us very well for college offering lots of college courses students could take while still attending high school. They helped you along the way with the application process of college. Pella High School gave seniors a high chance of receiving at least one scholarship through dollars for scholars. They focused on our education and study habits all four years of high school preparing us to succeed in college. They take time to work with every student to place them in the best position possible to lead the student to a successful future.
- 683 Students
- 15:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Pleasantville High School
#2 Best Public High Schools in Marion County
- Pleasantville Community School District, IA
- 38 reviews
Alum: I am so grateful to have had the opportunity to go to such a great school. The teachers and administration are very welcoming and polite. Obviously, Pleasantville is a small town so there was not much diversity and that was okay. Everyone was given the opportunity to take part in clubs and activities. In bigger schools, it is common for only select students to be involved. Everyone was also able to take part in sporting events. Sporting events are very widely supported in our town and I love that. Overall, I was pleased with Pleasantville schools.
- 239 Students
- 12:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Knoxville High School
- Knoxville Community School District, IA
- 84 reviews
Alum: Knoxville High School had teachers that cared about the students and went out of their way to help students regularly. This was a great place to grow up, I would not have wanted to be anywhere else. I was involved in different sports and activities and had many people that I knew cared about me. I always felt supported and knew that I had people I could go to if I needed anything.
- 509 Students
- 14:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
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