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Orland High School
- Orland Joint Unified School District, CA
- Rating 3.56 out of 5 124 reviews
Senior: My experience at Orland High wasn't anything too exciting but it's an experience that helped me grow as a person and that I'll never forget. It was a smaller school with a relatively tight nit group of students. I personally had a great relationship with my teachers, I felt as though I was their equal and never felt as I was being looked down upon. However, that being said, I was aware that was not the experience for everyone. That is on thing that I would change. Is the way that some teachers favored the AP or more advanced kids. I have seen instances in which there were some kids that were looked down upon by a teacher whether it was indirectly or not. The favoritism is there and is obvious to those that do not get the benefit of receiving it. Other than the few inequality treatments that some students received I think Orland high is a great school and I could not have wished to attended anywhere else.
- 724 Students
- 22:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Hamilton High School
- Hamilton Unified School District, CA
- Rating 3.53 out of 5 43 reviews
Senior: My experience at Hamilton High School has been average. It is not like the movies at all, but that is a good thing. High school comes with big responsibilities, but there is also stress and dead lines. the teachers were understanding and would help with many things, as corrections on essays, time to retake tests to improve grades and have workshops for us students who do not know how to complete a college application or scholarship and most importantly how to fill out the FAFSA.
- 263 Students
- 17:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
- Public School
- ORLAND, CA
- Rating 3.74 out of 5 19 reviews
Senior: I have been attending this school for a year and a half, and I have no complaints. The teachers are with you for every step of your life, including academics. You will become fast friends with the faculty and other students. It is a warm and welcoming environment in which it is easy to thrive.
- 106 Students
- 19:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Willows High School
- Willows Unified School District, CA
- Rating 3.39 out of 5 62 reviews
Senior: The change I would like to see at willows high school is additional college courses for seniors, more AP classes for example AP Spanish, AP for freshman classes etc. I think our school missed out on extra curricular activities, rallies, fun days and school spirit. This could be improved by allowing seniors to paint their parking spots, have more in school activities, more closed campus days and improvement in ASB and leadership. Parents should also be more involved to make school years better for kids. I like that our school population is less than 500 so it allows for teachers to get to know students and connect with them if the students seek a connection. The teachers are like friends and they are good figures to look up to. School staff, janitors and lunch ladies were amazing with the kids, never disrespectful, very hard working and always seek for ways to improve our school and our reputation, I’m very thankful to have had them around.
- 466 Students
- 21:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
North Valley Christian Schools
- Private School
- ORLAND, CA
- PK, K-12
- Rating 4 out of 5 3 reviews
Senior: North Valley Christian Schools, now know as Providence Christian, is a small school seeking to educate students in a Biblical way. The faculty is caring not only about the students education, but also about the students life outside of school. The faculty there are more than just people, they are mentors and great examples to the students.
- 68 Students
- 9:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Elk Creek Junior/Senior High School
- Stony Creek Joint Unified School District, CA
- Rating 3.56 out of 5 9 reviews
Niche User: Th eschool does not have any AP/honors classes, however we make due with the classes we have. we have a alot of great teachers willing to stay after school and help the students. if we have a probelm with our schdule we can have in change by the end of the school day. Some of the more popular classes are being an aide, spanish, or yearbook. we get just enough work to keep us busy but not to overlead us.
- 31 Students
- 5:1 Student-Teacher Ratio