Norris High School
#18 Best Public High Schools in Nebraska
- Norris School District, NE
- 88 reviews
Senior: I mostly enjoyed my time at norris. The schools gives so many options for different education paths and helps students through everything. I was always supported by the staff and everyone truly cares about each other there. It is a smaller school which has its pros and cons. I loved that I knew everyone and was involved with everything, but it was hard to get away or meet new people if you wanted to. Overall the school spirit and energy that comes from norris is out of the park. These people come together to support one another through everything whether it be hardships or celebrations. I wouldn’t trade Norris High School for any other school. The small town aspect truly does make a difference in the bedt way possible.
- 679 Students
- 16:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Tri County Junior/Senior High School
#32 Best Public High Schools in Nebraska
- Tri County Public Schools, NE
- 3 reviews
Senior: I have been attending Tri County since 4th grade. Overall, the school is a great place. The teachers and staff genuinely care about the students, which is different compared to bigger schools. Academics are taken seriously at Tri County, and there are many students in the school that work hard to maintain high grades. The music department is very strong, and we're lucky to have such a great music department. Sports are taken seriously at Tri County. While not all of our teams are always great, all work super hard. Some years are the buildup years to great teams, which is natural. There are many activities for students to join. Tri County is also lucky to have an art department, as not many schools see the importance of art. The student body, for the most part, gets along well with each other. One of the few disadvantages of Tri County is the lack of diversity. That's only natural in a small school in the middle of agricultural Nebraska, though.
- 172 Students
- 9:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Freeman High School
#50 Best Public High Schools in Nebraska
- Freeman Public Schools, NE
- 22 reviews
Senior: I came to Freeman as a Junior and I felt welcomed by students and staff. The teachers really do what they can to help their students and Freeman makes sure to take care of its students as much as it can. Coming to Freeman was nice for me because it was less academically stressful and allowed me to be more involved in school activities. If I could change something, I would make it so the older students were given more freedoms and responsibilities. Also, I would include more options for lunches. Finally, I would institute some harder coursework for the students who need it.
- 192 Students
- 11:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Crete High School
#74 Best Public High Schools in Nebraska
- Crete Public Schools, NE
- 55 reviews
Senior: I transferred and was surprised when the student body welcomed me with open arms. Crete is significantly less cliquey than my previous school. The building is new and offers great facilities for all activities, but the school will soon fall victim to overcrowding as the district is growing quickly and the building is already close to capacity. Teachers here are great people who care about the success of their students and create ample challenge for them, but the teachers feel a rift with administration and this has caused many of them to leave. The extracurriculars here are endless and the athletic teams have found great success over the years and strong support that has been present throughout the years, the most concerning trend that I am seeing currently is the growing apathy among the student body, the same kind that lead to the mediocre, unsupported activities at my previous school.
- 575 Students
- 15:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Wilber-Clatonia High School
- Wilber-Clatonia Public Schools, NE
- 6 reviews
High School Senior: Most parents are always very supportive. The girl athletics has not always had the best turnout and parents speak negatively of them. I might of wanted to go to a different school because I have the ability to choose different classes and be involved more. And be more involved in better athletic programs.
- 245 Students
- 13:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
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