Whitewright High School
#1 Best Public High Schools in Grayson County
- Whitewright Independent School District, TX
- 42 reviews
Senior: I have attended Whitewright High School all 4 years and I am about to graduate! WHS is a very unique small town environment that I believe helped shape my very person. Im graduating as Valedictorian and STUCO President. The teachers are kind and actually care for you more than just academically. In addition, the athletic side of WHS is very good as it preaches hard work and dedication. There are a few problems however: The Food sucks, lack of college help, and not as many sports. Yet i think the school overall is pretty goo. The whole school and town are very friendly and I will never forget my experiences and friendships there. While there were some hardships i dont regret going to WHS!
- 285 Students
- 13:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Gunter High School
#2 Best Public High Schools in Grayson County
- Gunter Independent School District, TX
- 87 reviews
Junior: It is a small town and high school, so there is a very close knit community where almost everyone knows each other. Because of its small status, it doesn’t provide as many opportunities, but the staff and administration are all very helpful.
- 305 Students
- 12:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Howe Middle School
#6 Best Public Middle Schools in Grayson County
- Howe Independent School District, TX
- 1 review
Middle School Student: Howe middle school is a very warming school. I came in the 5th grade not knowing anyone in just a week a felt like I was home. The community is warm and loving. Howe middle school always puts the kids first .
- 394 Students
- 14:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Texoma Christian School
- Private School
- Sherman, TX
- PK, K-12
- 26 reviews
Senior: Small classes and good teachers. Basketball is the best but we need more sports. The campus is pretty and there is a lot of potential for growth. Hopefully, we will be able to add more permanent buildings in the future. I think this will help draw in younger families to the school. Being able to have classes that study the Bible is very important. Openly worshiping our Lord and Savior is a huge plus for my school. I wish we had a shop class or more "hands-on" training for kids aren't college-bound. The service industry is a huge draw as well and offering those types of classes could be a huge asset to Texoma Christian. Sherman, where is located, is definitely growing so offering a broader base of class will help enrollment.
- 309 Students
- 8:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
#3 Best Public High Schools in Grayson County
- Tioga Independent School District, TX
- PK, K-12
- 15 reviews
Senior: I've attended Tioga ISD since I was in PK, I am now currently a Senior with one semester left to graduate. I've experienced my school change throughout the years. Tioga grew at a fast rate and is now about 4 times its size in 2005. Reasons for this is Tioga graduated it's first high school class of 2016 since the 1950s when the high school burnt down and it began offering free dual credit classes. Also, I've had the chance to be a part of my school's volleyball team where we earned it's first ever State Volleyball Championship, and it's first ever State Championship. What I like about Tioga is its caring teachers, successful academics and sports, free college credits offered, and most of all that our senior class of 2018 will be the first-ever graduating class to walk through the new replica of the old high school currently being built. Also, I’d like to see a variety of foods to pick from during lunch since some of the foods are not all that great.
- 675 Students
- 12:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Collinsville High School
#4 Best Public High Schools in Grayson County
- Collinsville Independent School District, TX
- 21 reviews
Senior: I have been in the Collinsville school district since 7th grade and have really enjoyed it, everyone is really friendly and helpful. The only thing I would change about the school is that some of the teachers aren't as strict as they probably should be.
- 237 Students
- 10:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Van Alstyne High School
#5 Best Public High Schools in Grayson County
- Van Alstyne Independent School District, TX
- 102 reviews
Senior: I would like to see the administration and community be more open to change and more respectful of progressive students and their ideals. However, the faculty and their values are diverse, and everyone can find a place here are VAHS. The teachers all value their students' success, and there are plenty of clubs and extracurricular activities to get involved in.
- 484 Students
- 15:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
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