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Anaconda Junior/Senior High School
- Public School
- ANACONDA, MT
- Rating 3 out of 5 39 reviews
Alum: My experience at Anaconda High School was very interesting.The pros to this school is the cafeteria food was actually pretty good, most of the staff and teachers are nice, and you can meet new people and mingle with them. Some of the pros are the parking. The parking at the school is ridiculous, there is no actual parking lot for students and staff, there is only angle parking along the school. Also, the teachers could be a bit ridiculous at times. While attending Anaconda High School, I was most likely to encounter that one teacher who made me feel stupid because I wasn't understanding the material. In all honesty, the way that school functions is more or less dysfunctional. I am giving Anaconda High School 4-stars because I mostly had a good experience while attending it. There may have been the days I absolutely dreading going, but I always looked forward to seeing the few good teachers I had, and getting lucky with a good parking spot here and then.
- 313 Students
- 16:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Powell County High School
- Public School
- DEER LODGE, MT
- Rating 3.27 out of 5 63 reviews
Senior: I enjoyed the student engament in things such as school spirt events and participation during class discussion. Another postitive to Powell County High School is that the school board is very invested in sports. A great example of this was a manager for volleyball was unable to afford the concussion test which is required to travel with the team for sports. The school board formed a scholarship for him to be able to attend the games and manage the team. One downfall of this school is the inability to plan ahead. With the current circumstances of the pandemic, the school has yet to release a plan for this upcoming school year to the public. This is highly concerning as an incoming senior. The other downfall is that there is not a school councler and there hasn't been for two years. This is concerning because some help required for scholarships and such is unavailable.
- 187 Students
- 12:1 Student-Teacher Ratio