Jonathan Alder High School
- Jonathan Alder Local School District, OH
Senior: I have had a wonderful four years at JAHS. I honestly can't imagine where I would be if I had been enrolled somewhere else. From the friendly teachers pushing students to do their best, to the heads of extra curricular departments like the band and choir, the staff strive to make sure every student can reach their potential with a little effort. Even the janitors are kind and approachable. the only thing I would change is to have the school's own round cheese and sauce pizza bowl be on the menu more often.
- 591 Students
- 22:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
West Jefferson High School
- Jefferson Local School District, OH
Senior: What I liked at West Jefferson High School is that it's a small school so you know everyone and you could get one on one time. Something I would change about West Jefferson High School is more parent involvement with things!
- 330 Students
- 15:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
London High School
- London City School District, OH
Senior: My experience at London High School was the average high school experience. I loved just about all of my teachers and I feel that most of them would take the time to help you with anything you were struggling with in class, whether that meant coming into work early, staying late, or giving you some type of extra practice. I was glad to see that college credit plus classes were being offered so that I not only got high school credit but college credit as well. Im obviously nervous for college but I feel that my teachers and peers helped prepare me well for my future! Overall I had a very good experience at London High School
- 515 Students
- 17:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Madison-Plains High School
- Madison-Plains Local School District, OH
High School Sophomore: Madison Plains is a great school considering our rural setting. My favorite experiences at this school are the teacher/student connections, close knit student body, and the band program. The teachers may not be working at one of the most fabulous schools in America but they try their hardest to make sure their students achieve. Madison Plains is not a large school so most of the people you are in high school with you have been with since kindergarten. My favorite program that Madison Plains offers is the band. Our marching band has gone to states many times, which is a great accomplishment for a small school band. Our concert band then scored a superior rating at states for the first time with our new band director. We all care about each other and sometimes bigger schools miss the feeling of family. Madison Plains is unique because we have pride, drive, and passion for what we do.
- 345 Students
- 13:1 Student-Teacher Ratio