Fowler High School
890 Best Public High Schools in California
- Fowler Unified School District, CA
Senior: After a day full of learning, there a number of clubs for anyone to choose from. Since the culture around the student body is well there is lack of violence on a daily basis (meaning there is nothing anyone would sue the school for). Many ethnic groups attend, leading to culture-based events. The school does go out of the way to remind the students of the college and to sign up to grants. If it weren’t for the school, the odds of running into Niche.com are extremely slim. Sports range from America’s favorite pastime, Latin America’s favorite pastime, Rich people’s favorite pastime, The Sport the Looney Tunes use in space, and Track. Facilities, while not top of the notch, they do the job well enough. Counselors are available every day, teachers are memorable and do their jobs well. Anyone who attends this school will graduate satisfied that they attended this school. It ain’t perfect as other schools, but will teach everything they can with the best of their ability.
- 768 Students
- 21:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Forest Ridge School of the Sacred Heart
- Private School
- Bellevue, WA
Senior: Forest Ridge is a great school to attend, the academics are very challenging and the teachers know how to push students to create the best work possible. Since the academics are quite rigorous, there is a slightly stressed and competitive environment at the school. However, this does not mean that the student community is not strong. From my personal experience, everyone is so friendly and welcoming, especially new student entering the high school. I would recommend this school to prepare for college readiness as some of the courses mimic college level work. Athletics is also another fun part of the Forest Ridge experience, there is a no-cut policy that ensure that all students can participate in any sports; this is a great place to meet new people in other grades and where I made some of my best friendships!
- 373 Students
- 6:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
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