King City High School
- King City R-I School District, MO
- 8 reviews
Alum: King City is very friendly. There are many after school activities and the teachers are really open and helpful. Education and sports are taken very seriously here and there is a lot of school pride. Everyone knows each other and new students can often warm up easily and quickly with students and teachers. Because it is a small school, the classes are smaller but there is more one-on-one relationships and assistance between students and instructors. The only downfall would be that the cafeteria food can be disappointing at times and the building is shared between K-12. A lot of the school is newly renovated and the gyms are clean.
- 147 Students
- 9:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Maysville Junior/Senior High School
- Maysville R-I School District, MO
- 15 reviews
Alum: It is a small town, however, It is also the county seat. The classes are small and sports are as well. The town does support their students and athletes. It is your typical small town Missouri school.
- 247 Students
- 11:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Union Star High School
- Union Star R-II School District, MO
- 5 reviews
Alum: Union Star school is fairly small. I graduated with 10 kids in my class. Because it is so small, you get more of a one on one with your teachers when you’re in need of help. It’s a very loving and safe school. The teachers are some of the most caring and sweet people I’ve met. They really care about the students and always do their best to help.
- 70 Students
- 7:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Albany High School
- Albany R-III School District, MO
- 17 reviews
Senior: Albany High school is a fun small-town school. Everybody knows each other which brings that sense of family. Over the years the school building itself has gone downhill, but the same traditions and urgency to learn are still here.
- 114 Students
- 10:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
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