Francis Howell High School
#29 Best Public High Schools in Missouri
- Francis Howell School District, MO
- 300 reviews
Senior: I have loved my experience at Francis Howell High School. The wide variety of courses they offer is extremely helpful for experimenting with possible interests for the future. At least, this is certainly the case with me; I have found a passion in teaching through my Pathways to Teaching class and internship. Because of this; along with the college fair and helpful councilors, I feel that my school excels in providing students with the resources they need to prepare themselves for college. Additionally, I think school culture is a very important aspect of a good high school experience and something my school never seems to lack. Francis Howell offers a wide variety of ways for students to get involved with the school. Some of these ways include: school spirit dress weeks, school assemblies, intercom music on Fridays, football games, a large variety of clubs, and more. Taking all of this and more into consideration, I can conclude that I love being a part of Francis Howell High School.
- 1,819 Students
- 18:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Hermann High School
#111 Best Public High Schools in Missouri
- Gasconade County R-I School District, MO
- 33 reviews
Senior: The experience has been great. I am involved in so much and everybody else can be too. We are accepting to everyone and try to make everyone fit in. The sports are good and obviously volleyball is great. The facilities besides the baseball field are great. I would like to change the baseball field, but not much else. The college readiness factor could improve more, but we aren’t as big. We are a small school. With being a small school we have problems with finances sometimes, but have started to move forward in making that better. It has been a great experience.
- 318 Students
- 12:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Washington High School
#114 Best Public High Schools in Missouri
- Washington School District, MO
- 142 reviews
Senior: I've had the High School experience. I will be the first to admit yes I have skipped classes, I have had missing assignments, and I've failed tests. I have had bad days and cried, but that's high school. You fight with your friends, you think you don't like your teachers, but now as a senior I look back and I LOVE the staff and everyone at my school I regret wishing away all that stuff. Our staff is so friendly, we have the best janitors, they stop just to make sure you are having a good day. The ladies at the front desk, are the nicest people you could meet. Our sports team work their hardest at games/ practices. The only thing I wish I could change applies to all school, which is the threats we get to our school, because some people are scared to go to school and that shouldn't be how HS is. Washington is a great place, and I am glad I got to cheer for this school through the years!
- 1,325 Students
- 17:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Warrenton High School
- Warren County R-III School District, MO
- 133 reviews
Senior: What I loved about Warrenton Highschool is that the teachers actually care about their students. If you did not understand something in class, you can come by in the morning of after school and they will be more than happy to help you. In addition, the school offers good sport programs, and we having amazing coaches that has helped us win. Our Girls Soft-ball has won state twice! Back-to-back! In addition, the community is just overall good, if you need help, you only need to ask, someone will always be there to help you if you need it.
- 975 Students
- 15:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Wright City High School
- Wright City R-II School District, MO
- 59 reviews
Senior: I came to Wright City High School in my Sophmore year in high school. It was very different considering it is a small school. The school was very welcoming, the environment in the school made the transfer worth it. Being in a smaller school has allowed me to participate in several clubs and sports that I would not have been in at my old school. This school year I have been apart of soccer, track, dance, NHS (my previous school did not acknowledge my grades), Student Council, yearbook, and Health Occupations. Wright CIty is one of the few schools that offers Health Occupations- which is a program through a tech school. The program has allowed me to gain a lot of new experiences, being able to shadow several different areas in the medical field. During my three years at Wright City, I was able to have better relationships with my teachers, and my peers.
- 460 Students
- 15:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
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