W.F. West High School
#140 Best Public High Schools in Washington
- Chehalis School District, WA
- 162 reviews
Junior: WF West Highschool is always pushing kids to their limits with education and sports to prepare for college. The community is full of support, showing up to local and away games. This is the only highschool in my town, it's a smaller population which comes with a lot of support. It's shown with graduates of the highschool, who continue to give back to the highschool. We have a foundation which have purchased STEM equipment and not a lot of highschools have this great equipment to use. This advances our oppurtunities to learn about science and technology. Overall, WF West is a great place to learn and make close bonds to different people.
- 956 Students
- 20:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Onalaska High School
- Onalaska School District, WA
- 8 reviews
Senior: I love going to Onalaska High School The staff truly cares which is amazing. Since it is so small, we are all close and know each other very well. However, the people whos families have lived here their entire lives tend are the only ones who get certain privileges, such as scholarships from the school district.
- 235 Students
- 16:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Napavine Junior/Senior High School
- Napavine School District, WA
- 6 reviews
Junior: I like how all the teachers help us as much as they can go get us to pass. I like how all the students know each other and interact with each other. Everybody gets along with everybody and there's nearly no violent incidences in the school. The sports programs are all outstanding and give every student a chance to play. The classes that are offered are interactive and fun to be in. We have a lot of higher level classes available for all students. There are a lot of clubs and activities available for everyone. I myself am involved in the FFA program. Napavine is one if the best schools in Washington State
- 392 Students
- 18:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Morton Junior/Senior High School
- Morton School District, WA
- 18 reviews
Alum: Morton Junior/Senior High School was a positive experience overall. Academics and sports were very highly regarded and teacher and administrative support were omnipresent with little question that your needs could be met if the situation required it. Teachers were caring and compassionate with a deep affinity geared towards student success.
Opportunities for improvement would be the aged buildings and lack of funds to support advanced student achievement and extracurricular activities... but this is likely due to a struggling rural economy with limited community resources riding in on the coattails of a once booming logging industry.
That being said, the school district and school staff work hard to make up for any identified deficits through motivated fund raising and community engagement.
Think small town America with pancake breakfasts, friendly competitions and seasonal parades. This school felt safe to me.
- 151 Students
- 15:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
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