Manhattan High School
#12 Best Public High Schools in Kansas
- Manhattan-Ogden Unified School District #383, KS
- 344 reviews
Junior: I've jumped from school to school for a good part of my life; and with that I have had both bad and good experiences with different public schools. Manhattan High School is, comparably, a great high school. There are many extra curricular activities, the lunches have a good selection, and there's a lot of teachers that are honest and helpful to the students and parents. It also has options available for AP courses and free college credit courses that transfer easily between most of the schools in Kansas. The one thing that darkened my overall experience was the amount of homework in some classes. With working a part time job, out-of-school activities, and college level classes, I was getting very little sleep- if any. So, good school, but be aware of an increased workload from several nearby school districts.
- 1,911 Students
- 16:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Chapman High School
#29 Best Public High Schools in Kansas
- Chapman Unified School District, KS
- 43 reviews
Senior: I like how the teachers are willing to help you no matter what. However, Chapman is known for having favorites especially with sports. If you play on varsity you are basically untouchable when it comes to get in trouble.
- 345 Students
- 12:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Hiawatha Senior High School
#67 Best Public High Schools in Kansas
- Hiawatha Unified School District, KS
- 45 reviews
Senior: Attending Hiawatha Senior High has given me the opportunity to expand my learning in many ways. In my junior and senior year I was able to take additional courses in areas of my interest. The Hiawatha school district has always tried to go above and beyond the necessary academics to ensure that their students are receiving the best. I love the small class sizes and the enormous opportunities the school district provides for the students.
- 244 Students
- 10:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Junction City Senior High School
#100 Best Public High Schools in Kansas
- Geary County Schools, KS
- 283 reviews
Senior: My experience at Junction City High School is definitely one to remember. People in the school including teachers, staff, and students have always been nice and caring towards each other. They all want to have a prolonging future that benefits them. Junction City High School gives students that opportunity to discover what passions and careers students would like to pursue. The school is designed in a career cluster manner that puts students with others that reflect their ideas and beliefs to each other rather than a finance major trying to solve problems with a person interested in musical arts. Other than academics; the diversity in the school is one of the most diverse schools in the nations. Many people of different backgrounds and cultures being clustered together is truly amazing. Everything about the school is to admire and I would recommend others to take the chance to view Junction City High School as one of the best.
- 1,568 Students
- 12:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Council Grove Junior/Senior High School
- Morris County Unified School District, KS
- 35 reviews
Senior: At Council Grove High school everyone is friendly. If you enjoy knowing everyone and being in a small class come to CG. We all appreciate each other and the hallways are friendly. The only downside to this school is it is either always way to cold or always way to hot. There isn't ever a happy medium for us students. The staff is great and know what they are doing. Some of the students are loud and obnoxious, but they get there work done. The school is very safe and on high security and that is always a plus when your child could be at risk. We don't have much here at Council Grove but our talents and education are great.
- 332 Students
- 11:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
White City High School
- Rural Vista Unified School District, KS
- 40 reviews
Senior: I am a life long student at White City school (k-12). I am in my senior year, and I have had a handful of remarkable teachers and mentors. Because of the school size, there is a lot more one on one with the teachers. We have teachers helping kid as well as kids helping kids. All though we don't have all the options the larger schools have, we still get a pretty good verity of classes to take. The clubs offer a way to grow and learn about other students you may not have classes with. Sports are a big deal in our school and community. We are A1 school in the wheat state league.
- 32 Students
- 7:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
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