Bentonville High School
#2 Best Public High Schools in Arkansas
- Bentonville Public Schools, AR
- 765 reviews
Sophomore: Bentonville High School is an overall greta school. The teachers and staff are always there if you need them. The provide great staff and great teachers for the students, they have a great academic system and sports system as well. They always strive to make their school better for the newcomers and have great students too! The students at BHS always make other new comers feel totally welcome and will help introduce and make them feel like it’s their old school.
- 3,126 Students
- 14:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Gravette High School
#61 Best Public High Schools in Arkansas
- Gravette School District, AR
- 101 reviews
Senior: Gravette is a pretty amazing place to go to school !!! Its in a small town so everyone pretty much knows everyone, and it's awesome. I love how the teachers are very involved in making sure kids are getting good grades and have access to any help they need! The only complaint I honestly have is how they have lunch set up, they make a certain amount of each option for lunch A and another amount for lunch B. While this may seem ok, they seem to run out of one option or the other before everyone gets their tray. So if someone can't eat one option or doesn't care for it they look forward to the other option, but if it runs out they are stuck with either getting food they aren't going to eat or just not eating at all... But this is just a small complaint and Gravette is a really awesome school with an amazing community of people!!
- 597 Students
- 13:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Gentry High School Conversion Charter School
#67 Best Public High Schools in Arkansas
- Gentry School District, AR
- 76 reviews
Senior: Overall, the experience attending this school was great. All the teachers are welcoming and generally want the best for you. Growing up here I learned that it is hard to pick a valedictorian because everyone is really smart. Of course there are always fun days - like when the sports switch roles and the girls play football for a day and the boys play volleyball for a day. Or like when each grade tries to compete for the "spirit stick" for the year. Or when all the teachers get in front of the school and dances to generations of songs. Something I would change would be the amount of days we get out of school. On icy days or snow days or too cold days, I believe sometimes they should be a little more lenient towards the weather. I understand they are trying to get us to summer quicker, but some days it's too much to go to school when they ask you to. We need to give our brains break too. Nothing says "brain reliever" rather than learning school is canceled.
- 454 Students
- 11:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
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