La Lumiere School
#4 Best Private High Schools in Indiana
- Private School
- Laporte, IN
- 49 reviews
Parent: As a parent of two graduates, I can honestly say that La Lumiere was the best decision that I ever made for my kids. In many ways my kids are the successful and happy adults they are today because of La Lumiere - Superb school and incredible investment in my children's future!
- 186 Students
- 6:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Rolling Prairie Elementary School
#354 Best Public Elementary Schools in Indiana
- New Prairie United School Corporation, IN
- 4 reviews
Parent: Great school! I was a student and now I am a parent and i would not send my children anywhere else. I have always loved the community and i have never had trouble with the school. I feel as though my children are happy and properly cared for while being educated on a higher level than most schools in the surrounding cities.
- 487 Students
- 19:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Laporte High School
#119 Best Public High Schools in Indiana
- Laporte Community School Corporation, IN
- PK, 9-12
- 298 reviews
Alum: Great high school with lovable teachers and it grows more and more. The latest extension to the school was a complete remodel and expansion of the auditorium. It looks amazing. The music programs at the school flourish, and there are a number of clubs to be a part of, but no matter what you try out at LPHS, you are sure to love it! I also need to mention the wide array of different classes that fit all interests. You'll be left stuck trying to decide which elective classes to take!
- 1,970 Students
- 17:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Michigan City High School
- Michigan City Area Schools, IN
- 254 reviews
Alum: The school was huge when it came to diversity! I made many friends from multiple backgrounds. The school spirit made you feel alive especially during football season. There was always something to get involved with during and after school. There were programs that helped you get ahead if you wanted as well. College readiness was one of the top goals at this school. Our teachers were always trying to get us prepared. They actually cared about us and our futures. Students got time to go into a teacher's class, sit down with them during lunch, and converse. We got a chance to build relationships with the faculty. Everyone loved our resource officer who was well known in the city. He took our safety so serious that he even views us like his own children. The lunch ladies were the best to me! We got extra food and positive energy daily from them. MCHS made me feel like I was at home. I felt welcome when I walked in. No one judged you because we all kind of came from the same place.
- 1,620 Students
- 15:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
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