Wahconah Regional High School
#221 Best Public High Schools in Massachusetts
- Central Berkshire Public Schools, MA
- 89 reviews
Senior: The teachers are really good and really care about their students. It is a really small school so everyone knows everybody. A lot of the students have been in school with each other since elementary school, which can occasionally make them a little closer than those who enter in middle or high school. There are a lot of amazing opportunities that they help you work toward and they have an amazing athletic program. The guidance counselors are awesome and the principle and vice principle are very friendly.
- 531 Students
- 12:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Gateway Regional High School
- Gateway Regional School District, MA
- 114 reviews
Senior: This school has the benefit of small class sizes and the dedication to students like a private school for the cost of a public school. It's quite incredible the amount one student can accomplish here. You can dabble in everything, sports, academics, music, and numerous amounts of clubs. Although there are limits to what classes there are to choose from as far as AP's go you can get far with the few. The teachers are open minded and so dedicated to the students, each teacher there really cares for the success of you kid. The administration and faculty are also open minded and will openly listen to the students. There are also great opportunity for internships here from communications to early childhood developement. As far as small rural high schools go this is definitely worth the time here, if you place effort you will find a home and community here with teachers and peers. This high school and community has shaped me into a well rounded individual.
- 198 Students
- 9:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Mohawk Trail Regional High School
- Mohawk Trail Public Schools, MA
- 29 reviews
Alum: I am an alum of MTRHS. I thought that the school prepared me very well for college in the humanities, however could have done more to prepare me for college STEM classes. The small size of the school made it so there was not always a large variety of classes offered, but it was nice having small class sizes because the teachers were able to pay more attention to each individual student. Personally, I was able to build some very positive relationships with my teachers. The school does not have particularly strong athletics but often the environment on the sports teams is very positive and encouraging even if the level isn’t high. The administration at times was difficult to deal with, sometimes seeming unreasonable, but they did make an effort to listen to the voices of students which is very important in my opinion. Like any other school, Mohawk has its flaws, but overall, I had a positive experience there.
- 352 Students
- 9:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
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