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Early College High School
- Pitt County Schools, NC
- Rating 4.67 out of 5 3 reviews
Senior: The only school I've ever been to where each staff member knows who you are. The staff tries to form relationships with every student and tries to guide students through these difficult 4 years. Definitely an academic based school, will be spread thin at times but graduating with a high school diploma and an Associate's Degree within 4 years for free is worth it.
- 311 Students
- 28:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Pamlico County High School
- Pamlico County Schools, NC
- Rating 3.54 out of 5 50 reviews
Alum: Pamlico is a super tiny place! And attending a school so small was actually kind of nice. I always liked every teacher knowing you by the first and last name, or knowing your family, and even your background. I know it may sound like a lot of information about each other but knowing everybody so well just seems like a bonus to me. I felt like it helped make others in the class feel more open and comfortable. Teachers there were not just teachers either, they always cared so so much for each and every one of us. I could never count the times that teachers and faculty went out of there way for a student. Most people hate high school and never wanna go back but I truly enjoyed my time at Pamlico and constantly wish I could go back. I appreciate each and every one of my teachers and I hope they all realize the impact they put on students lives. I think the teachers and staff there are all true blessings.
- 450 Students
- 12:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Arapahoe Charter School
- Public School
- ARAPAHOE, NC
- Rating 3.53 out of 5 15 reviews
Senior: My experience at Arapahoe Charter has been a rather unique one. Growing up, I moved schools a lot and I can say this one has been my favourite. It's a rather small school, our senior class only holding around 23 students. The people here are not only incredibly nice, but the staff have provided tremendous help! My favourite thing about my school has to be the size. Having a small school can help you come out of your shell! When I first came to Arapahoe in the 8th grade, I was a rather shy kid. I kept to myself most of the time and didn't really talk to people. Now that I am a Senior in highschool, I can safely say that the shy kid I once was is gone now. I am more open to the people around me and I've met some amazing friends.
- 537 Students
- 14:1 Student-Teacher Ratio