Lander Valley High School
#16 Best Public High Schools in Wyoming
- Fremont County School District No. 1, WY
- 70 reviews
Senior: I loved attending Lander Valley High School. The majority of my teachers were extremely kind and helpful. They made it their priority to work one-on-one with students seeking assistance, which made all the difference in my education. I felt safe nearly every day for four years due to Lander Valley High School's welcoming atmosphere. I will look back on my time at this school very fondly. I made new friends and memories, joined life-changing organizations, and participated in both school and community activities.
- 480 Students
- 15:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Wyoming Indian High School
- Fremont County School District No. 14, WY
- 1 review
Senior: The past four years here have been amazing. The kids are great and so are the teachers. I was blessed to have the opportunity not only be a student here but also a athlete. The sports here are competitive and fun. I have been an honor roll student, academic all-state recipient and a member of the State Cross Country Champion Team. The facuilty has helped me become a mature young adult ready for what's next. I appreciated this school has had to offer for me. If there was one thing I would change is the student involvement. Our school is home to the Native Americans who grew up on the Wind River Indian Reservation. It has about 140 students this year and not a lot of student involvment. I think it was a fun four years here and I'm excited for college.
- 154 Students
- 9:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
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