Dos Pueblos Senior High School
#193 Best Public High Schools in California
- Santa Barbara Unified School District, CA
- 442 reviews
Niche User: This school is equipped with everything you could ever need for your four years of high school. You'll probably never even get a chance to do everything on campus! From wood shop to pottery to musical theater to the prestigious engineering academy, there is something for each type of student to submerge themselves in. The school takes pride in celebrating students' diverse backgrounds through a number of events held throughout the year. The football team is absolutely incredible and games on Friday nights are extremely fun. Everyone, including parents and staff, comes out to enjoy the marching band and the cheerleaders, and the football players of course. Most of the teachers I've interacted with have been kind, welcoming, and have great senses of humor, which is always nice to help maintain a relaxed classroom setting. Overall, the teachers and administration consist of great people who you can tell do what they do for more than just money.
- 2,057 Students
- 24:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Santa Ynez Valley Union High School
#273 Best Public High Schools in California
- Santa Ynez Valley Union High School District, CA
- 168 reviews
Senior: At SYVUHS everyone eventually sees one another and has an opportunity to make a new friend. It has high academic standards that are met through the education given by very intelligent teachers. Being a small valley community, the Santa Ynez Valley becomes a huge football supporting town that enjoys the Friday night lights. In this safe environment, many students are allowed to express who they are without judgment. Also, their amazing clubs allow you to experience the world outside of the SYV walls and expand students education on what the world has to offer. Overall, SYVUHS is a home that one grows to love and eventually sad about having to leave senior year. So, don't let the four years at SYVHUS pass by and experience a pirates life.
- 933 Students
- 20:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
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