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Calamus Wheatland High School
- Calamus-Wheatland Community School District, IA
- Rating 3.81 out of 5 52 reviews
Alum: The best part about Calamus Wheatland High School are the faculty and instructors. They care about you and they want you to succeed. They do an excellent job of preparing you for post-secondary education by providing access and showing you online resources. Technology is also plays a major role in education at this school. Every student in 7-12 building has access to a school Macbook. This rids the use of scheduling conflicts of computer labs. Sports and extracurricular activities are also a good way to get connected with other students. Extracurricular activities include speech, band, theatre, and choir. Classroom sizes are small which allows teachers to give each student more attention and help. Overall, my experience here has been nothing but positive and I encourage any family moving into this area to enroll their student at the Calamus Wheatland High School.
- 205 Students
- 10:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Prince of Peace Catholic School
- Private School
- CLINTON, IA
- PK, K-12
- Rating 3.89 out of 5 27 reviews
Senior: Overall, a net positive experience. Small class sizes mean there's a lot of one-on-one time with teachers. The small classes also create a strong bond with classmates that's likely to outlive your time at the school. The dress code isn't for everyone, though.
- 284 Students
- 14:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Clinton High School
- Clinton Community School District, IA
- Rating 3.32 out of 5 77 reviews
Niche User: Clinton High School provides a top notch education, excellent extra curriculum activities and truly prepares the students for the future. Future meaning two or four year colleges along with terrific trade programs. Plus just started on a brand new 65M high school renovation!
- 946 Students
- 12:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Camanche High School
- Camanche Community School District, IA
- Rating 3.56 out of 5 25 reviews
Senior: I like my high school it's small which makes it a comfortable environment. I think that some of the teachers we have are strict and tough, but that's good, they push us to be better, work harder, and they are preparing us for college. One thing that needs to change is the appreciation of some school activities. All school activities should be appreciated and have support from the school, but that is not true at the school I go to. No one ever comes to our meets or tournaments, no teachers or faculty members or students come to support both the boys and girls team. When I attend basketball games the stands are nearly full. Both the girls and boys team are great and I can't imagine that the support they receive helps them and gets them pumped up for the game. I have not experienced that amount of support for bowling, nor has my team and so the one thing that my high school could improve on is the support and appreciation they give to the "not so popular" activities.
- 306 Students
- 13:1 Student-Teacher Ratio