Blair Oaks High School
#83 Best Public High Schools in Missouri
- Blair Oaks R-II School District, MO
- 46 reviews
Sophomore: Blair Oaks High School is in a small town called Wardsville, right outside the capital of Missouri, Jefferson City. Blair Oaks serves many purposes other than education. It is where the students find themselves and create real friendships and are encouraged to make mistakes and try new things because it is looked upon as an opportunity to become better. The staff and student body is only part of what makes Blair Oaks great though. The parent and grandparent involvement is absolutely amazing. No matter the destination, when we travel for sports we bring the whole community. We always outnumber the other team's crowd. I'm blessed to have the privilege to call myself a Falcon!
- 427 Students
- 17:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Fatima High School
- Osage County R-III School District, MO
- 95 reviews
Senior: Fatima High School is an overall great school with wonderful faculty and great sports programs. However, there is not much diversity and technology is a struggle. The school simply does not have the money to afford a lot of technology for the students, but in the past year or two great advancements have made. Teachers now have smart TVs and chromebooks are slowly being available to kids. Overall a great school!
- 469 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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