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#101 Best Public Elementary Schools in New Hampshire
- Public School
- Westmoreland, NH
- Rating 5 out of 5 1 review
Middle School Student: Really great teaching techniques, taking Algebra 1 in 8th Grade when that's usually a high school class, prepare you more to move up to middle school and high school. Teachers recommend you for classes at the high school that they know you will do well in, choose the ones you will be most comfortable in also. During coronavirus, making sure everyone is safe is one of their top priorities, do a good jo at giving mask breaks, and doing class outside when able. make sure you're washing your hands in between classes, sanitizing things when switching classrooms, if we're switching. Always making fun activities to do during class, to help us understand the topic, get us more engaged in the class, helps participation. when grades are down, they find all ways possible to get them back up. friendliest teachers, doing fun stuff and making sure we feel safe and comfortable in our environment. have fun assemblies and challenges for the classes to help us learn and to help out the community.
- 135 Students
- 10:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Fall Mountain Regional High School
- Fall Mountain Regional School District, NH
- Rating 3.37 out of 5 94 reviews
Alum: As a small school, the FMRHS staff did a fabulous job of trying to give us a bigger school feel. The advisory and faculty were very passionate about student success. No student was ever left behind or forgotten; everyone was accounted for. Had the school had proper funding, I think it could have been quite quaint, but the rugged feel of the school had a lot of personality. I grew so much as a person at Fall Mountain and made amazing memories.
- 486 Students
- 11:1 Student-Teacher Ratio