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West Franklin High School
#117 Best Public High Schools in Kansas
- West Franklin Unified School District, KS
- Rating 3.8 out of 5 25 reviews
Alum: It was a very good experience that I really enjoyed. I made a lot of life long friends that I will have forever. It did a decent job preparing us for college, but there isn't a class that can prep you for being on your own!
- 180 Students
- 12:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Ottawa Senior High School
- Ottawa Unified School District, KS
- Rating 3.72 out of 5 142 reviews
Senior: Ottawa Senior High School offers a variety of classes to prepare their students for college and the workforce. One of the best features is that Ottawa High has paired with Neosho County Community College, allowing students to take college classes on the high school campus and receive full college credit for theses class. This allows students to get a head start on their education at a fraction of the price. I would recommended Ottawa Senior High School as an institution to prepare students for their future in succeeding in their field of study.
- 709 Students
- 14:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Marais Des Cygnes Valley High School
- Marais Des Cygnes Valley Unified School District, KS
- Rating 3.68 out of 5 19 reviews
Senior: I love that I grew up in a small town, and attended an even smaller school. This has given me opportunities students at larger schools do not get because I am involved in nearly everything. From athletic varsity starter all four years to Scholars Bowl Varsity Captain, to FFA Chapter President and most things in between it has kept me very busy. Although my favorite thing has been my class, we are incredibly close and it even makes people uncomfortable around us. We are like a family, and know a ton about one another and are together all the time. Another great thing is how much the teachers actually care about us, they care more than they have to and most of them would do anything for us. Yes, it has its faults and its downsides, but I would not have wanted to spend my high school years anywhere else.
- 58 Students
- 7:1 Student-Teacher Ratio