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Logansport Community High School
- Logansport Community School Corporation, IN
- Rating 3.85 out of 5 99 reviews
Sophomore: My experience at Logansport Community High School has been a good experience. I have enjoyed clubs, cheerleading, gymnastics, managing sports, and the teachers. I have learned a lot in the classes, especially at the career center. The career center offers options to choose some specific classes. I thought it helped me decided which major I may want to pursue in college. I enjoyed cheering at football and basketball games and support from the community is tremendous. I have worked hard academically at Logansport Community High School and the academics are very strong. The administration has been supportive and do a great job keeping us safe and hiring good teachers. My time at Logansport has been one of my favorite life experiences. I appreciate all this school has done for me.
- 1,219 Students
- 21:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Lewis Cass Junior/Senior High School
- Lewis Cass Schools, IN
- Rating 3.41 out of 5 64 reviews
Senior: I moved here halfway throughout my high school career and it was the best decision that I have ever made for myself. Let me tell you, before moving here I was really in a slump. My mental health was really kicking my butt, but I found a place here at Lewis Cass. I found my family and my home all in the sports and drama department here. The staff really loves working with their kids and treats them as one of their own. The administration and students at Lewis Cass have impacted my life in a way I will never forget.
- 439 Students
- 12:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Pioneer Junior/Senior High School
- Pioneer Regional School Corporation, IN
- Rating 3.22 out of 5 54 reviews
Freshman: Pioneer Jr./Sr. High School is a small school in a close community. The teachers are attentive and caring, and the student population is kind and hardworking. However, Pioneer doesn't have the funding to do everything we wish to do. The astronomy club, for example, would like to build an observatory, but the funding would take years before they could even start to have enough money. The building itself could also use repairs, such as a new ceiling.
- 444 Students
- 14:1 Student-Teacher Ratio