Simon Kenton High School
#86 Best Public High Schools in Kentucky
- Kenton County Public Schools, KY
Senior: Simnon Kenton offers a WIDE selection of electives and extra-curriculars. If something isn't offered, you can make a proposition and start a club or group yourself. It's easy!
The staff are great. They are knowledgeable about their content areas and are willing to go the extra mile to help students.
For a semi-rural Kentucky school, there is surprisingly, a decent amount of diversity. While having students of varying races and religions is always best, there is a small pocket of the stereotypical redneck contingency that gets on everyone else's nerves. They are harmless, just ignorant, and the school manages them VERY well.
- 1,764 Students
- 20:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Saint Xavier High School
- Private School
- Louisville, KY
Senior: St X is a school rich in tradition and legacy. I am a third generation st X student, my grandpa, 4 uncles, brother and 2 cousins are graduates and I currently have 3 cousins attending. I love that they have all walked the same halls as myself. I know I will be prepared for college when I complete my senior year. St X has a outstanding reputation of preparing students both academically and spiritually for the future. I am proud to say I went to St Xavier Hogh School.
- 1,346 Students
- 12:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Grant County High School
- Grant County Public Schools, KY
Senior: The home of the Grant County Braves is a wonderful place to live and learn. The teachers here are friendly and you can actually have a relationship with them so you feel comfortable in the classroom. The music programs, drama programs, and clubs/activities here are great and fun! There are lots of different ways to express yourself here and every student is capable of succeeding. If I could change one thing about Grant County High School, would be the sports teams. They aren’t the best, but to make up for it, every one shows up to games and we are all intense and fully supportive of our teams.
- 1,139 Students
- 18:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
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