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Northwestern High School
#288 Best Public High Schools in Ohio
- Northwestern Local School District (West Salem), OH
- Rating 3.72 out of 5 46 reviews
Sophomore: It is a very good school with all the teacher being invested to help you no matter what. Lots of the kids there are very nice, and it feels like you have a family. I’m in the band, so we are a family because we work together to create great performances. Wether it be on the field during a half time show or on the stage during concert band we put our all in to the performances. So I would highly recommend this school to any one looking to move in to the district or wanting to send ur kid to school here.
- 382 Students
- 13:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Mapleton High School
- Mapleton Local School District, OH
- Rating 3.24 out of 5 68 reviews
Junior: I have always gone to Mapleton and it is a great school! It is a very rural school with a lot of farmers and down home people. If you love knowing everyone in your school, then this is the school for you! All the students, teachers, and staff are great and you honestly know everyone by first name. But, if you like a lot of diversity and clubs/organizations you might want to keep moving. Being in small town America, the school lacks many minority groups. Also, with it being such a small school it is hard to fund many organizations and sports. The football team is definitely favored more over every other sport offered even though we are division 7 and terrible... But, overall, I think this school is a great place to go!
- 268 Students
- 17:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Black River High School
- Black River Local School District, OH
- Rating 3.57 out of 5 54 reviews
Senior: Black River has given me the necessities in order to exceed. The faculty at Black River are outstanding and extremely helpful. My favorite quality about this school is that it is very tiny so you make long-lasting relationships with people, and the teachers. For instance, I had Mrs. Dieter all four years of high school. She has taught me Honors English 9, Honors English 10, and college credit plus courses like Child Development, Introduction to Education, Early Childhood Curriculum Methods, and Theory of Guidance and Play. However, with the limited population of people, we are not a diverse school. Majority of the school is Caucasian females and males, including teachers. I believe that diversity is a great opportunity to explore multicultural heritages. I am involved in several activities and I believe that we should have more! Black River offers numerous clubs and organizations like HUDDLE, SADD, Student Council, Chess Club, Anime Club, FCCLA, Yearbook, Journalism, and many more.
- 342 Students
- 16:1 Student-Teacher Ratio