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Homestead Senior High School
#11 Best Public High Schools in Indiana
- Southwest Allen County Schools, IN
- Rating 4.02 out of 5 671 reviews
Senior: I came to Homestead my junior year and was shocked with the nature of the school. Coming from a small, rural school district, I lacked exposure to rigorous academics, state-dominating athletic programs, and an overall competitive environment. Homestead offers an excessive abundance of academic opportunities, such as honors, dual credit, and AP classes, a club, or extracurricular for everyone, state bound athletic and music/arts programs, and passionate, hard-working staff and teachers. For a public school, the strict set of rules and dress code enforce a type of professionalism I'd venture to say is likely lacking in most high schools. The most common downsides of HHS are the lack of diversity, the lack of building/parking space (over 2,400 students now), and the sometimes arrogant attitudes of the student body (contributed by socioeconomic affluence of student body). I am proud to be a Spartan and love this school...the new high school will be absolutely amazing in a few years!
- 2,424 Students
- 19:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Waynedale Elementary School
- Fort Wayne Community Schools, IN
- PK, K-5
- Rating 5 out of 5 1 review
Parent: Waynedale is a fantastic, diverse school with teachers & staff that care about students. Teachers are willing to go above & beyond to help their students. My son loves it! Almost all of the teachers are very experienced, some with 25-30 years of experience. There are a lot of extra curricular activities for an elementary including Lego Robotics, Spell & Math Bowl teams, Club Orchestra, Basketball & Cheerleading. Generations of families have enjoyed this school, & I would encourage anyone thinking about Waynedale to really consider it.
- 484 Students
- 20:1 Student-Teacher Ratio