Stanly Early College High School
#57 Best Public High Schools in North Carolina
- Stanly County Schools, NC
- Rating 4.14 out of 5 76 reviews
Senior: Amazing atmosphere. Amazing Teachers. Without fail, here, you feel welcome. People are so uplifting and encouraging! By the end of your sophomore year, students are already enrolled in college courses learning how to prepare for college.
- 206 Students
- 25:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Richmond Early College High School
#142 Best Public High Schools in North Carolina
- Richmond County Schools, NC
- Rating 4.34 out of 5 44 reviews
Senior: It's awesome! A perfect way to prepare for college. It eases you into the college courses and gradually gives you more freedom. If your goal is to prep for college (or perhaps just get an Associate's ahead of time for free), I definitely recommend it. My biggest issue is that since the faculty have to work around the college's regulations, you don't really get that full, definitive high school experience. Aside from academics, they're don't tend to work together so much as the high school bends to the college's will. That may be a turn off for some people, but I assure you that academically, REaCH can't be beat!
- 281 Students
- 30:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
West Montgomery High School
- Montgomery County Schools, NC
- Rating 3.35 out of 5 55 reviews
Junior: West Montgomery has been an overall joyride. For me, I believe that it has provided everything that I've needed in order to get to where I am going. The teachers and all other faculty were more helpful than I can explain. Being that I had the chance to enter in the AVID program my sophomore year, I've began to take my education a lot more serious than i did my freshman year. On top of all that, our sports teams are phenomenal! Overall, West Montgomery High School has been one crazy ride and I really hate that I'll be leaving soon.
- 423 Students
- 15:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Anson High School
- Anson County Schools, NC
- Rating 3.35 out of 5 71 reviews
Junior: Junior year has been one of the most fun years for me. Thankfully, due to the Anson High School offering dual-enrollment opportunities to students, I was able to not only further my education beyond a high school level as a high school student, but create new friends and put myself in an environment similar to college. Taking college classes truly opened my eyes and helped shape a whole new perspective on education for me. In the future, I hope to come back to Anson High School and see that they have made some changes. As of right now, I can see slight development and how much more STEM focused the high school has become. I would like to see more STEM-based courses offered at Anson High School.
- 708 Students
- 14:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
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