Monroe Central Junior/Senior High School
- Monroe Central School Corporation, IN
- 35 reviews
Senior: I transferred to Monroe Central my junior year and I honestly wish I would've transferred earlier. Monroe Central is a small school, but it is a like a family. Everyone is like family, we all support eachother with the community and education. The teachers are outstanding, they care so much and are willing to do anything to help the students. I am very comfortable at Monroe Central, I feel very safe. Monroe Central is a very welcoming and postitive environment, and I believe that any "type" of person would fit in!
- 542 Students
- 16:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Union Junior/Senior High School
- Union School Corporation, IN
- 38 reviews
Senior: I love the school spirit the student body had. We have had tough years with sports but that has never stopped the support of not only the students but the parents and faculty.
- 131 Students
- 8:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Winchester Community High School
- Randolph Central School Corporation, IN
- 57 reviews
Alum: I currently go to Ball State University, but graduated from Winchester Community High School. Although I use the classroom objectives that I learned, I learned much more from just seeing my teachers interact with others. The teachers are phenomenal and do the best they can under the restrictions that schools across the nation face. I would 100% recommend Winchester Community High School. Julie Smiley is the reason that I have went on to study science.
- 446 Students
- 15:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Union City Community Jr/Sr Hs
- Randolph Eastern School Corporation, IN
- 45 reviews
Senior: Union City Community Jr/Sr High School is probably one of the most average schools around. It's nothing special, but it sure does have some features that exclude it from the norm. The classes are average, and sometimes the classes that are offered change from year to year. It has more than the basic English, Math, and Science classes. It's a school that recognizes the people that work really hardt. It rewards pretty much everyone. It tries to showcase the people that do the most for the school, no matter how big the impact. The teachers are super respectful (some more than others), and it is fairly easy to tell which teachers are easiest to talk to, based on their unique teaching methods.
This high school is full of diversity and hope. The school administrators push the students to do as best as they can, no matter which student it is. It pushes everyone until they really begin to reach their full potential.
- 418 Students
- 18:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
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