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Washington Catholic Schools
- Private School
- WASHINGTON, IN
- Rating 4.12 out of 5 17 reviews
Alum: My years at Washington Catholic Middle and High School Was great. The way that the teachers taught us students were wonderful and always made sure that they wouldn't move onto the other lesson without everyone understanding and on the same page. Everyone shows respect towards one another and is always there for each other when there is a need. One thing that needs improvement at Washington Catholic is the need to have students follow the rule book about uniforms.
- 128 Students
- 9:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Washington High School
- Washington Community Schools, IN
- Rating 3.13 out of 5 82 reviews
Senior: I admire the clubs and programs that are available to the students at Washington High School. There are clubs for helping students such as Hatchets Helping Hatchets (H3). This club allows students to have free access to clothing, school supplies, & personal hygiene items. Beta helps out the community & collects money for local organizations & charities. They also host fun events. I really that the school has free meals after school. To encourage good behavior, the staff gives out Pride Cards. These are given to students that have shown acts of kindness. Yesterday, a student who usually doesn't have the best behavior, held the door for a delivery man with packages & was awarded a pride card. The pride cards go into a pile, names get drawn, and students are awarded with shirts, baskets, & plaques.
- 724 Students
- 15:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
North Daviess Junior/Senior High School
- North Daviess Community Schools, IN
- Rating 4 out of 5 42 reviews
Alum: Everyone jokes about the school being in the middle of nowhere, and granted it is, but that's also what makes it great. It's in between 3 very small towns which leads to everyone knowing everyone and everyone being friendly. The education system here is outstanding and the teachers couldn't be more helpful and outgoing. Teachers are super nice and easy to both befriend and just talk to. Student life here is all-around wonderful and impactive. There's multiple way to involve yourself around the school like: sports, Red Cross, yearbook, Cougar Crazies (student fanbase), FFA, volunteering, and a bunch more to dabble in. I didn't know if moving to North Daviess was a good choice when I did it, but looking back on it now, it was the best choice I could've ever made for myself. Such a great small-town school.
- 492 Students
- 16:1 Student-Teacher Ratio