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Akron High School
#355 Best Public High Schools in New York
- Akron Central School District, NY
- Rating 3.63 out of 5 72 reviews
Senior: Spectacular teachers. Would like to see a greater investment into the English program over the science and math. Although both subjects have helped me and others in areas such as critical thinking, problem solving, etc., the English teacher(s) has instilled characteristics in students that will definitely result in responsible, wise, creative, and respectful people graduating every year.
- 462 Students
- 11:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Pembroke Junior/Senior High School
- Pembroke Central School District, NY
- Rating 3.8 out of 5 84 reviews
Senior: Pembroke is a small school, I had about 60 students in my graduating class. It's small and friendly so to a degree everybody knows everybody and it's very safe. Scheduling can be difficult, there's always conflicts if you want to take multiple APs or electives (I couldn't take AP Music Theory and AP Language because they were both only offered the same period). The music department is great.
- 417 Students
- 8:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Oakfield-Alabama Middle/High School
- Oakfield-Alabama Central School District, NY
- Rating 3.52 out of 5 62 reviews
Senior: The benefit offered at Oakfield-Alabama Middle/High School is unique in that the interaction and investment between teachers and students is at the forefront of the educational experience. The teachers genuinely care for the aspirations and interests of the students and try to integrate it into their teaching schedules. However, one thing that could be improved within the school district is the direction of the administrative body and how they interact with the teachers. There is a rift that exists within the interests of each body and can cause some gridlock in the advance of student institutions or activities. Overall, however, the experience for a student at this combined middle/high school is great and provides a small village environment for children to be raised in.
- 434 Students
- 10:1 Student-Teacher Ratio