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St. Johns High School
#174 Best Public High Schools in Michigan
- St. Johns Public Schools, MI
- Rating 3.69 out of 5 221 reviews
Senior: I loved the atmosphere the St. Johns provided. Teachers are always willing to help students out and build relationships with them. If student a student was passionate about starting a club or activity and brought the idea up to the school leadership, it most often was approved. Personally, I was a part of starting the finding Answers lunch group and the South Sudan Health Care Organization. Overall, a great school that aims to take care of its students and does a great job doing it!
- 950 Students
- 20:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Ithaca High School
- Ithaca Public Schools, MI
- Rating 3.7 out of 5 56 reviews
Senior: I’ve gone to Ithaca since 2nd grade and mostly, it’s been a pretty wonderful experience. There are some really great teachers at the high school that I believe are really preparing students for college. The English, Science, and Math departments are great and the arts are wonderful too. There are so many opportunities to take art classes and from what I hear, the music classes are fun too. The only thing I would like to see change is to maybe put more funding into the art and music programs instead of all of it going to football.
- 514 Students
- 18:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Fulton High School
- Fulton Schools, MI
- Rating 3.6 out of 5 81 reviews
Senior: I have gone to Fulton my whole life. I like how Fulton is a smaller community and the halls aren't huge so you don't get lost. I like how the teachers know all the students and your not necessarily favoritism to a point. I think Fulton could use some thing added to it, such as more opportunities outside of sports. I feel as though Fulton could benefit by adding more clubs and organization other than sports, because not everybody is into sports. I also think Fulton should have more classes offer, that way students can have the right opportunity to get a higher education.
- 156 Students
- 17:1 Student-Teacher Ratio