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Shiner Catholic School
- Private School
- SHINER, TX
- PK, K-12
- Rating 4.23 out of 5 13 reviews
Alum: Shiner Catholic School is a small town catholic school located in Shiner, Texas. At this school, I graduated with a class of 24 students. The staff at this high school are very excepting and easy to talk to. I went to Shiner Catholic School since pre-k and ended up graduating from there in the spring of 2019. I still attending some of my high schools sports games and alumni games to see old friends and teachers. Shiner Catholic School taught me many valuable academic points along with having a connection with God. I will forever be grateful for my experience at Shiner Catholic school!
- 316 Students
- 7:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Shiner High School
- Shiner Independent School District, TX
- Rating 3.73 out of 5 22 reviews
Junior: I like the small community and how the community supports the school. I enjoy how every student is involved in some short of activity. I would like Shiner to have a better understanding of athlete injuries in the coaching staff
- 327 Students
- 13:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Sacred Heart Catholic School
- Private School
- HALLETTSVILLE, TX
- PK, K-12
- Rating 4.31 out of 5 16 reviews
Alum: The academics are excellent, offering AP and Dual Credit classes, and I feel very prepared to take on my future academic career. The teachers are quite learned in their field, and they prepare their students for their future. And because it is such a small school, the teachers know every student. Teachers can give each student the attention they deserve, and the teachers genuinely care about them. Sacred Heart is a school full of traditions that students enjoy and look forward to. The safety of the school is also excellent. They have emergency plans and are very prepared. Sacred Heart is very involved in the community. Students are able to donate blood, sing Christmas carols at the Nursing Home, ect.. Every student knows and cares for every other student there. The class sizes are small and therefore tend to be very close. The best part about Sacred Heart is the ability to pray openly to God. Sacred Heart is an amazing school and I would recommend it to anyone without hesitation!
- 301 Students
- 10:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Hallettsville High School
- Hallettsville Independent School District, TX
- Rating 3.82 out of 5 39 reviews
Alum: I loved going to school in Hallettsville High School. It is a small town so the class sizes are small as well. That meant that my teachers were able to focus more on their students than if I went to a larger school. I was a student when the first of the technologically advanced classes were being offered, so I was one of the first in the school to learn programming, digital design, and robotics. These classes fostered a love for programming and engineering, which inspired me to study cyber engineering at Louisiana Tech.
The culture in Hallettsville is unique. The town itself is very tight-knit and very supportive of the students and where ever they may go. They make me proud of who I am and where I come from. That is why I want to pursue this degree and give something back to the community that made me what I am today.
All and all, I highly recommend not only the high school but the community as well.
- 351 Students
- 12:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Moulton High School
- Moulton Independent School District, TX
- Rating 4.17 out of 5 6 reviews
Alum: In my experience at Moulton High I met so many great people, staff and non staff. I loved every minute of it . I moved to Moulton at a tough point in my life. Mrs. Dornak and Mrs. Ressler were great help to me, they made adjusting to my new surroundings a breeze. The teachers were great, I loved that they have time for each and every student if needed. I've been to many different schools but I feel like Moulton was the best one. I only spent half of my senior year there but if I could've I would've moved there sooner.
- 124 Students
- 9:1 Student-Teacher Ratio