Glen Ullin High School
#28 Best Public High Schools in North Dakota
- Glen Ullin School District No. 48, ND
- 1 review
Niche User: I liked attending school here because it was a smaller one. I think it helped me learn a bit more easy because of the individualized help that the teachers could give you. They got to know you as a person and teach you based off of how you learned specifically. They were also very helpful when it came to needing extra help. Most of the time they were able to stay after school to teach you something you didn't understand or to help finish an assignment. I also enjoyed how small of a class I had. We had 17 kids in our class. It was nice because we all knew each other and we all got along pretty well. Though the diversity was a bit lacking, it was nice to know almost everyone in the school.
- 35 Students
- 5:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Hazen High School
#34 Best Public High Schools in North Dakota
- Hazen School District No. 3, ND
- 29 reviews
Senior: I moved to Hazen my junior year and have had a great experience. The school provides high quality education, strong academic organizations, sports that revolve around cooperation, hardwork, and kindness, and it also has extensive availability to a support system. However, being a smaller school I feel as if there are minimal opportunities for students that Excel, such as; AP classes, a more extensive availability for classes, more extra curricular activities, and more sports. Although the school is missing a greater variety of these aspects, it holds many characteristics that will ensure its students thrive.
- 257 Students
- 13:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Beulah High School
- Beulah School District No. 27, ND
- 34 reviews
Junior: At Beulah High School it is easy to get help from teachers, whether academically or personally. Most of the teachers are kind and will always be willing to help you succeed. This school is very set on getting its students college ready, starting with us looking into career choices as young as middle school age. The only changes I would see fit is for a few of the teachers be like the majority with showing they want their students to succeed not fail.
- 201 Students
- 12:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
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