Hesston High School
#27 Best Public High Schools in Kansas
- Hesston Unified School District, KS
- 115 reviews
Senior: Hesston is a very good school but the social environment is very clique based. If you do not do sports or fit in with the group you want, you will have difficulties making friends. Being different is not very accepted there but mostly if you are nice to people and don’t cause drama, you will be fine. Education is decent at Hesston, the teachers care about the students and there are some fantastic teachers.
- 262 Students
- 15:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Goessel High School
#126 Best Public High Schools in Kansas
- Goessel Unified School District, KS
- 7 reviews
Sophomore: I like how many opportunities there are here at goessel. Before I moved to goessel in 8th grade, I never played any sports, but since moving to Goessel, I have been involved in a number of sports year round. There is also an availability of clubs for everyone that I find incredibly usful, as I enjoy singing and acting as well. I hope this helped!
- 173 Students
- 13:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Moundridge High School
#135 Best Public High Schools in Kansas
- Moundridge Unified School District, KS
- 52 reviews
Senior: I enjoy Moundridge Highschool because it is in a small community. While you are in a small school! You have the opportunity to participate in many different activities. By participating in these activities it has turned me into a well rounded student athlete. I am a trisport athlete and I enjoy my classes! We have exceptional science and math teachers, English teachers, foreign language professors and more! I have am blessed to be a part of the community that is Moundridge.
- 110 Students
- 12:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Buhler High School
#142 Best Public High Schools in Kansas
- Buhler Unified School District, KS
- 123 reviews
Alum: I honestly enjoyed my experience at Buhler High School. There are so many great memories I made while I was there, and there are a few teachers in particular that really changed my life for the better. In fact, a few of those teachers are the inspiration for my change to education as a major. I would say that Buhler needs to work on its diversity and inclusiveness, but that is a little difficult when you live in a small Mennonite town in the middle of Kansas.
- 658 Students
- 18:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
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