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Centerpoint High School
- Centerpoint School District, AR
- Rating 3.72 out of 5 25 reviews
Senior: In Centerpoint, there are many good teachers who truly care about every student and want to see them succeed. There is a large range of classes and extra-curricular activities that one can participate in. The band is amazing and the director loves to teach the members. Most of the teachers at the school are very intelligent and are very good at teaching their subjects. Unfortunately, it is a small school so the teachers aren't paid very well. The administration at CenterPoint is questionable. It seems that there are new and unreasonable rules that come up very often. On the other hand, there are many reasonable rules that should be enforced but aren't.
- 321 Students
- 8:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Kirby High School
- Kirby School District, AR
- Rating 3.83 out of 5 23 reviews
Niche User: Kirby is an excellent school! What it lacks because of the small size, the students receive in individual attention from the small size. The teachers and the family-feel of the school make everyone feel a part. There is so much school spirit and school pride and a sense of community around the school. If someone can't afford something, from a prom dress, basketball shoes, to a winter coat or Christmas presents for their family, the Kirby faculty is going to make sure it is provided anonymously and no one will ever know. It is fine year end and year out every week by almost every teacher in the school. They teach academics and have put out future doctors, lawyers, nurse practitioners, business owners, mechanics, beauticians, all vital parts of the community prepared to be productive citizens thanks to growing up in a school like Kirby!
- 175 Students
- 8:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Murfreesboro High School
- South Pike County School District, AR
- Rating 3.21 out of 5 19 reviews
Senior: When I started school in kindergarten, I attended Delight Public School. I attended this school put unto 7th grade. Upon entering the 7th grade Delight had to consolidate with Murfreesboro Public School. The experience I had from my 7th-12th grade years can be summed up as this. The students and staff of Murfreesboro High School were not very welcoming at first. As the years passed the students and staff became more excepting of the students and teachers that had came from Delight Public School, but most of the time I still felt as if I was out of place. I did not let this get in the way of my education as when I finished my junior year I had enough credits to graduate. The only thing I would like to see change is that all the students are treated the same.
- 308 Students
- 7:1 Student-Teacher Ratio