H.C. Williams Senior High School
#427 Best Public High Schools in New York
- Canton Central School District, NY
Alum: I graduated from H.C. Williams last year and have felt very prepared for college as a freshman. I had some amazing teachers that really shaped my interests and allowed me to grow into my passion for learning. The teachers and staff here WANT to help you. H.C. Williams is a small, rural school, but a very welcoming place that tries to stay as updated as possible. The faculty here works hard to accommodate to students’ interests and requests. This is a high school I would (some day) want my own kids to attend.
- 389 Students
- 15:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
- Private School
- Buffalo, NY
Sophomore: Buffalo Seminary had been my second home for longer than I have been attending it. Both of my older sisters and younger sister are going to or have graduated from SEM. SEM has taught me to be independent, to push myself academically, and to push myself out of my comfort zone. Over the last two years that I have been attending SEM, I have pushed myself to take part in different activities such as theater, sports, and many different clubs! I am very grateful that I have chosen to go to Buffalo Seminary. It has opened up many doors to many opportunities!
- 195 Students
- 8:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Heuvelton Central School
- Heuvelton Central School District, NY
- PK, K-12
Senior: A very good school with amazing teachers who provide great support and help for their students. The teachers are always willing to aid and provide anything that the students will need to succeed and I am thankful for the opportunity to have spent my childhood in this school and the great community that is Heuvelton, New York.
- 503 Students
- 12:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
John F. Kennedy School
- Ogdensburg City School District, NY
- PK, K-6
Alum: I attended this school as a child. It was a great atmosphere to grow and learn in. The teachers and staff would always go out of their way to help any student. They did not want to see any student left behind or fall through the cracks of the educational system. My tears at Kennedy school helped mold the young man that I am today.
- 667 Students
- 13:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
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