Holliday High School
#378 Best Public High Schools in Texas
- Holliday Independent School District, TX
- 47 reviews
Senior: I have absolutely loved my past four years at Holliday High School. Because Holliday is such a small town, there is a true community atmosphere that the school radiates. Even though I am not "best friends" with everyone, I still feel comfortable approaching all of the faculty and students at any point. The middle school and high school buildings have recently been completely renovated, so the facilities are exceptional and accessible to everyone. The teachers strive to improve the students' lives in any way possible, always there to lend a helping hand. I truly feel like I can go to them if I ever need anything. Lastly, Holliday has set a standard for excellence since its founding, and that tradition continues to grow with each student that passes through the school. All of the programs are very successful, especially UIL academics. My only complaint would be the cafeteria food variety, portions, and taste; however, that would be applicable to any Texas public school.
- 307 Students
- 11:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Archer City High School
#397 Best Public High Schools in Texas
- Archer City Independent School District, TX
- 14 reviews
Senior: The at-home feel here is very strong. Everyone is respectful and there's not a lot of students so the teachers are able to work well with individual students.
- 219 Students
- 8:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Iowa Park High School
#771 Best Public High Schools in Texas
- Iowa Park Consolidated Independent School District, TX
- 102 reviews
Senior: Iowa Park High School is very well behaved and respectful. Students learn not only the subjects required, but they also learn how to handle any situation that comes their way. I learned that no matter the individual, everyone deserves respect. Iowa Park High School has lots of rules, some that are outdated. If I were to change anything, it would be the outdated rules. This would allow students to feel as if they could be more of a teenager instead of feeling trapped in a cage.
- 535 Students
- 12:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
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