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
Diller-Odell Secondary School
#38 Best Public High Schools in Nebraska
- Diller-Odell Public Schools, NE
- 12 reviews
Senior: Diller-Odell High School is a diamond in the rough. The teachers and administration create a positive learning environment that encourages all students to do their best and help them develop most skills required for college. To increase individual improvement, teachers work diligently with students to uphold excellent learning methods. The clubs, organizations, and sports associated with Diller-Odell are well known and supported throughout the two communities. In our 2019 season, the Griffins' volleyball season was near perfection ending with a 36-1 record concluded with a State Championship win. Student Council, FBLA, FFA, E.N.G.A.G.E., also present excellent records of student participation and activities that improve the school. During the 2019 summer, Diller-Odell built a brand new gymnasium worth nearly $5 million. It was a great improvement compared to the original 1959 gym and was much needed. After that improvement, the school is very up to date and needs very little change.
- 112 Students
- 8:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Fairbury Junior/Senior High School
- Fairbury Public Schools, NE
- 64 reviews
Parent: Not impressed with the Block Scheduling which we are working on stopping and going to period classes. Currently the jr. high students having started doing period classes and will be re-evaluated in 2 years to see which way we will go.
- 387 Students
- 10:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
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