Girard High School
#112 Best Public High Schools in Kansas
- Girard Unified School District, KS
- 27 reviews
Alum: Overall, I am very proud to say that I am a Girard alumna. Since class sizes were so small, there was the capability for more one on one conversations with the teachers. While the resources available to us were limited, we always managed. One complaint I have about Girard is the auditorium. The dressing rooms are very cramped - especially if you're attempting to fit 8+ girls.
- 300 Students
- 16:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Uniontown High School
#137 Best Public High Schools in Kansas
- Uniontown Unified School District, KS
- 37 reviews
Senior: Uniontown High School is an amazing school to attend! There is a huge variety of clubs and organizations for everyone to join. Everyone is happy at Uniontown because there is never a dull moment. Between cheering on the different sports teams and going to club meetings, there is something for everyone. There is not only athletics for each student but many other things that might interest teenagers. Not only is it an amazing school district with the best teachers any student could ask for but the school offers so much. Most classes are small so students are able to receive one on one time with their teachers. The classes that are offered are directly geared toward college preparation and making sure that students are confident with everything that is being taught. There are great programs available for special education students as well as advanced students. Uniontown High School is overall the best school any parent and student could ask for.
- 197 Students
- 12:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Fort Scott Senior High School
- Fort Scott Unified School District, KS
- 57 reviews
Alum: It's clear that FSHS doesn't have the money to provide the best opportunities to students, but there are enough opportunities that students who really want to learn WILL learn.
FSHS has AP English Literature, Calculus AB, biology, & American History, plus dual-credit and honors courses. Students who take these are most prepared for college-level work..but the quality of these classes depends on the teachers. There are several exceptional teachers who are REALLY dedicated to helping kids learn and grow; many good teachers who try very hard; & a few who seem as indifferent as their students. Student/parent indifference & poverty are the biggest challenges for struggling students here.
FSHS has excellent debate/forensics, math, & music programs.
Facilities and security are being improved with a building project set to finish 2018/19.
FSHS has great sports teams & extracurriculars. Their cross country coach in particular is the most inspiring/encouraging person I've ever known.
- 579 Students
- 14:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
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