Russellville High School
#166 Best Public High Schools in Missouri
- Cole County R-I School District, MO
- 20 reviews
Senior: I have enjoyed my 4 years at Russellville High School. Russellville is a small, tight-knit community and very proud of its heritage. Everybody knows everybody and everyone gets along. My main extra-curricular activity has been sports. The school, community and parents have always been supportive of athletics in the school. The administration and teaching staff have been exceptional. I am proud to say that I am a Russellville Indian!
- 177 Students
- 11:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Eldon High School
#179 Best Public High Schools in Missouri
- Eldon R-I School District, MO
- 93 reviews
Senior: Eldon High School has been a great experience for me. As a military kid who has moved numerous times, I was quickly accepted and found the culture very welcoming. The staff are always available for instruction and support. Playing football and running track have added to a great experience. They also provide an excellent career center that partners with the state colleges for dual credit. Graduating with 28 credit hours is helping take some of the financial strain off my college debt. I learned in the Personal Finance class the importance of manageable debt and making good decisions at this stage of my life. As I sought furthering my education, the counseling office provided a lot of guidance in scholarships and NCAA eligibility. Because of their help, I will be playing football for my college. In conclusion, my overall experience at Eldon was excellent and prepared me academically and athletically for the next level of education.
- 552 Students
- 15:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Eugene High School
- Cole County R-V School District, MO
- 29 reviews
Senior: In Eugene high-school i like how the teachers are dedicated to the students. Teachers in Eugene high-school is so invested in helping each student reach their absolute full potential, they are so caring, always have time for individual one on one help, and they even come in before school for tutoring and questions on homework. That's one thing that i loved having at Eugene. One thing to change is the student body exclusivity. Eugene is a small agriculture based town so the school revolves mostly around our FFA chapter and of course our sports teams. I wish that the drama club could do more then put on one play maybe they could have an improve night, the band could do more then play at basketball games maybe they could host a battle of the bands, or even the constitution team could host a trivia night. Instead of just having pep-rally's for sports this would give all students and activities something to be excited and hope for.
- 283 Students
- 12:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
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