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Yarmouth High School
#2 Best Public High Schools in Maine
- Yarmouth Schools, ME
- Rating 4.04 out of 5 135 reviews
Senior: For parents and students who want a quality education and one that helps you get to college, Yarmouth H.S. Is it. The AP track will set you up for success. You need to be diligent and focused, but you’ll have options for colleges after graduation!
- 540 Students
- 12:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
North Yarmouth Academy
#9 Best Private High Schools in Maine
- Private School
- YARMOUTH, ME
- PK, K-12
- Rating 4.02 out of 5 43 reviews
Senior: While at NYA I have learned so much from the student body, and the faculty. There has never been a lack of school spirit; each and every member of the community supports one another, even through this pandemic. I have attended NYA for the past six years, during these six years I have met so many faces that have each cultivated my experience here. In these six years I had the privilege to play a sport every season. During sports I have experienced student encouragement, passion for the game and respect for opponents. From another aspect the faculty at NYA is also supportive and caring for each of their students. The faculty have an open door policy to students from help with homework to just a chat about life. I have learned respect for others and their actions from the NYA community. I have also learned that with hard work you can achieve your academic success. The NYA community has helped me cultivate my working habits to prepare me for college. They have also given me connections.
- 375 Students
- 7:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Greely High School
#7 Best Public High Schools in Maine
- Regional School Unit No. 51 (MSAD 51), ME
- Rating 3.77 out of 5 155 reviews
Alum: Great college preparatory program - plenty of class opportunities to start knocking down first & second semester freshman pre-req courses while in high school. Graduated top 20% and was accepted by the schools to which I applied (large out of state research universities) and received significant Merit scholarships to all but one. I do feel more should be done when leveling grades for course difficulty across IB, AP, USM College, and the “standard” track - especially as class placement plays an important part in some admission processes. That said importance of course selection becomes self-evident rather quickly, transferring in with almost a years worth of credits ($$$) although I end up did retaking a core course or two out of concern for transferability of AP courses when moving on to Graduate School in a few years.
- 650 Students
- 10:1 Student-Teacher Ratio