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Saint John High School
- St. John School District No. 3, ND
- Rating 4 out of 5 9 reviews
Senior: My school is great! With it being a small school and all, it's very connected. Everyone is nice and including with new students. However, even though they're accepting of LGBQ+ people, they're not accepting of transgender people. They still got a long way of accepting but with the new freshmen, it's gotten more welcoming. Especially for me.
- 108 Students
- 8:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Mt. Pleasant High School
- Mt. Pleasant School District No. 4, ND
- Rating 3.62 out of 5 21 reviews
Senior: Mt. Pleasant is a wonderful school that cares about their students. All teachers strives to help students succeed in the classroom through academics and extra-curriculars. Mt. Pleasant really cares about their students, providing personal tutoring to all students. One aspect that makes Mt. Pleasant more prestigious than other high schools is that the teachers actually care about their students. Students feel safe and smart at Mt. Pleasant!
- 100 Students
- 9:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Dunseith High School
- Dunseith School District No. 1, ND
- Rating 3.21 out of 5 14 reviews
Niche User: I went to Dunseith School for my kindergarten through tenth grade. I really enjoyed it there being I was surrounded by family, which was really nice. The community was good because you know everyone. I will say the classes there were easy to understand for the most part. From the last time I was there, the things they could change is the way they influence the students. For example, when students act out, rather than suspending them or kicking them out, maybe bring them to see the counselor to see what's influencing their actions or maybe direct them to a teacher or staff member they like to influence good behavior. Part of the reason students act out is somethings wrong, so being a better influence may have helped a lot in those situations.
- 255 Students
- 9:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Turtle Mountain Community High School
- Belcourt School District No. 7, ND
- Rating 3.49 out of 5 41 reviews
Senior: Two main factors of an ups-teem school system is the beneficial material and tools that is given to students in order for them to achieve greatness and the teachers'commitment, valor, and passion in what he or she is teaching toward their students. Turtle Mountain Community High School has that; though there are some teachers of whom are questionable. It is a handsome school, the library has more than enough tomes to read, and the teachers do help you if asked. Unfortunately, the subtraction of a star correlates to the students and our student council. Depending on a student's temperament, discovering friends can be a needle in a haystack unless you have made friends from previous grade. Numerous students are profoundly ruthless, which is fair to proclaim is not entirely their fault. Overall, Turtle Mountain Community School can be worthwhile, though you have to be courageous and bold for you to make an impact. If I were to fixate anything, I would wish for a better student council.
- 550 Students
- 14:1 Student-Teacher Ratio