Wilson High School
#59 Best Public High Schools in Pennsylvania
- Wilson School District, PA
- 353 reviews
Senior: Wilson High School is a place where students can expand opportunities. Personally, I feel as though I have grown as a person and a student through the relationships with my all my teachers. I learned how to be the better and more well-rounded student by enjoying all the subjects I have been taught about and not just putting all my emphasis on grades. This experience at Wilson has made me not only a more dynamic student, but also one who enjoys learning for learning's sake. There have been some tough times at Wilson as there are with any school, but there have been so many opportunities to grow as a student were extremely impactful. Offering a variety of clubs such as Mini-Thon for childhood cancer, Students for Sustainability for the environment, Student Government for leadership skills, and so many more make Wilson students empowered to do better in the world and around their community. I truly believe it was a place where students from any background can thrive and grow.
- 1,968 Students
- 17:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Tulpehocken Junior/Senior High School
- Tulpehocken Area School District, PA
- 88 reviews
Junior: At Tulpehocken, the administration allows and encourages students to have fun at school by planning school functions students ask for. Their teaching staff will go above and beyond to assure their students are understanding the material and are in the appropriate courses for them. As a student at Tulpehocken, one thing you notice is how small the school is. This allows students to be “forced” ,in a way, to interact with people they might not have at another school. While some students might have conflicts with each other at times, Tulpehocken student’s are willing to end conflicts and come together in times of need. This is by far my favorite aspect about Tulpehocken. Whatever you may be going through, you will always find staff members and students who will be there for you and help you get through rough situations.
- 669 Students
- 11:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
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