Lindsay High School
#510 Best Public High Schools in Texas
- Lindsay Independent School District, TX
- 35 reviews
Parent: Lindsay High School sets high expectations for academics and athletics for all students and those expectations are mirrored at home as well. That is the key to the results that Lindsay ISD achieves year after year. It is a very small school district without fancy facilities and "toys", but they focus on building character, work ethic and respect which are the foundation for success.
- 237 Students
- 12:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Muenster High School
#534 Best Public High Schools in Texas
- Muenster Independent School District, TX
- 37 reviews
Senior: This is my school. Great community. Great people. Beautiful campus. Awesome teachers. The faculty cares about there students. The students actually want to learn and be there at school which is rare.
- 226 Students
- 11:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Saint Jo High School
#711 Best Public High Schools in Texas
- Saint Jo Independent School District, TX
- 20 reviews
Alum: My experience at Saint Jo High School was great! Its a small school but it is a fun place to learn and makes any person feel part of the community.Everyone knows each other since it's a small town and a small school.The teachers and parents work to make the school environment be fun and better for students get the learning needed to succeed. Something that should change is to have a variety of sports, and better food.
- 131 Students
- 9:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
- Era Independent School District, TX
- PK, K-12
- 24 reviews
Senior: I went to Era since kindergarten. I loved how small the school was because I knew everyone there and I loved having really close friends. Era is a really good school and the teachers are great. They want to help everyone set their own personal goals and make them work their hardest to achieve them. I don't think I would change anything about Era. It has great teachers, students and everything else that comes along with a school. I am proud to say that I grew up going to Era.
- 479 Students
- 13:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
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