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Cold Spring Harbor High School
#69 Best Public High Schools in New York
- Cold Spring Harbor Central School District, NY
- Rating 4.17 out of 5 42 reviews
Senior: Cold Spring Harbor High school has helped define who I am in more ways than just me education. Cold Spring Harbor High School for me is where I learned how to learn, where I learned who I was as a person, and where I learned how to make the friends that have helped me further become a better person. Unlike other schools Cold Spring Harbor's commitment to excellency and uniquely small neighborhood feel helps to establish a learning community within it. This environment than helps individuals thrive in the learning process of uncovering the challenging Honors and AP courses to which the school, and its students strive to achieve new heights within it. This two factors then helped me become who I am today. I can surely say that my experience with Cold Spring Harbor High School truly has been excellent.
- 865 Students
- 11:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Huntington High School
#145 Best Public High Schools in New York
- Huntington Union Free School District, NY
- Rating 3.82 out of 5 226 reviews
Senior: I feel privileged to have grown up in the Huntington Union Free School District and Huntington High School has been instrumental in shaping who I am as a person. The diversity of the student body has opened my eyes to new perspectives and fostered an environment rich with collaboration. The school's administration could not have been more considerate and accommodating. The vast opportunities in music and the arts (marching band, chamber choir, orchestra, drama club) combined with a myriad of STEM exposure (namely the robotics team, science olympiad, etc.) along with humanities programs (National History, School Newspaper) ensure that any student can pursue their passions. AP courses have prepared me for college curriculum. The school's security team succeeds in providing a safe and welcoming educational environment. I love Huntington; Go Blue Devils!
- 1,533 Students
- 12:1 Student-Teacher Ratio