Marion High School
#36 Best Public High Schools in Kansas
- Marion-Florence Unified School District, KS
- 17 reviews
Senior: Marion High School was able to provide me, and other students the opportunity to take college-level courses and prepare us for college-level education. Many students, including my self, are able to graduate with several college credits. Some students graduate high school with an associate's degree in high school because the school is to allow students to be as successful as they are willing to work for. One issue at MHS is that the administration doesn't properly handle bullying and issues between students. Several students are allowed to bully others with no repercussions because the school does nothing about it. I hope that the school will find ways to prevent and resolve more issues between students.
- 172 Students
- 15:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Chase County Junior/Senior High School
#111 Best Public High Schools in Kansas
- Chase County Unified School District, KS
- 16 reviews
Senior: I love Chase County High School, it is a very friendly environment, the teachers are always willing to help you if you don't understand something. It is a very small school, but the community is very supportive of the students. There are many community service opportunities.
- 144 Students
- 7:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Peabody-Burns Junior/Senior High School
- Peabody-Burns Unified School District, KS
- 7 reviews
Works Here: The Peabody-Burns School District has a true family atmosphere with educators who truly care about each individual student. Safety, care, love, and selflessness are among the strongest qualities of the USD 398 staff. Individualized learning, Project-Based Learning, Life Skills, and Core Content are what you will see as you enter the building. They are a Trauma Informed district that care about the well-being of their students create an atmosphere of a sense of belonging. As a person new to the district, you will automatically feel your comfort level rise as you enter. You will be welcomed with open arms, big smiles, and friendly hello's.
- 145 Students
- 10:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
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