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Cobleskill-Richmondville High School
- Cobleskill-Richmondville Central School District, NY
- Rating 3.46 out of 5 95 reviews
Junior: Over the past three years, I have been in many clubs, honors and advanced classes, and the experience has been outstanding. The teachers have an amazing variety of teaching mechanisms. The food is great for a high school(I mean, come on; it's a high school, cut it some slack). The building itself, with the administration, teachers, and student body, has a great vibe. There are rarely any fights, and when there is one, it is stopped before it gets too far. There are almost never any complaints (that I've heard of) about the school, teachers, or the rest of the staff. If there are, they are only from student to student. Because of my involvement in yearbook, I can tell you that the sports and after school activities, such as dances, games, and club meetings, are entertaining, fun and excited. Again, this school has helped get me to where I need to be when I move on to college. Thank you CRHS!!!
- 571 Students
- 12:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Middleburgh Junior/Senior High School
- Middleburgh Central School District, NY
- Rating 3.2 out of 5 30 reviews
Senior: I loved the different opportunities to be who I am. The academics are achievable and challenging enough to get the information into your head. The teachers are really nice and hard when they need to be; they don't tolerate unnecessary behavior. They discipline the students that need to be and congratulate the students that have not done wrong. I think the food is great, there are plenty of options for everyone to eat almost anything they would like. The sports they offer are great, though they could be better, are still efficient. Families are not as involved as they could be, but parents do have to support for their child some way so sometimes if there are events, the parents won't make it.
- 325 Students
- 11:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Schoharie High School
- Schoharie Central School District, NY
- Rating 3.03 out of 5 65 reviews
Senior: The teachers care about their students and will allow them to stay after and will work with them to achieve their academic goal in their class. There are plenty of sports to join and the most popular sports bring in a lot of people to watch them. Clubs are also a big part of the school and they create lots of events for students to take part in. There is no pressure to join sports or clubs and you will be treated the same if you don’t play any. The food is okay but it would be nice to see a change. The guidance office is always very nice and are willing to talk with any students that need advice or someone to talk to. The teachers are also willing to help any student who needs assistance with another class as well.
- 384 Students
- 9:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Jefferson Central School
- Jefferson Central School District, NY
- PK, K-12
- Rating 3.5 out of 5 4 reviews
Alum: Jefferson Central School is a small school averaging less than 400 kids k-12. The sports is the more highly community supported clubs. The music and art programs are also highly supported. The experience of going to a small school and knowing everyone really helps create those friendship bonds. On the learning aspect of things, the education that we received is based on high standards though, coming from a small school, sometimes new technology took a little longer to arrive and become implemented. Once this technology arrived though, the education aspect began rising.
- 204 Students
- 13:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Sharon Springs Central School
- Sharon Springs Central School District, NY
- PK, K-12
- Rating 3.33 out of 5 6 reviews
Senior: I like the size of the school. There are only 250 students total, which makes it easier to connect with teachers and your classmates. The use of iPads make doing work much easier. Getting into contact with teachers is easy. But I believe that the school should look into what some students behavior and what they say more. The iPads sometimes malfunction which makes it impossible to contact teachers or turn in work.
- 223 Students
- 7:1 Student-Teacher Ratio