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Madelia Secondary School
#150 Best Public High Schools in Minnesota
- Madelia Public School District, MN
- Rating 3.18 out of 5 11 reviews
Alum: I loved the kind, friendly, small town atmosphere at MHS. It is small, so teachers and students have a more personal relationship, and help is always available when you are struggling. The teachers there really care about their students, and many maintain a relationship after the student has graduated. I love how everybody knows everybody, and the diversity in the school is very refreshing to see. I am proud to have graduated from Madelia High School and hope to have my children attend MHS one day as well. College Now courses are offered, so students have an excellent opportunity to get a head start on their college credits while earning high school credits at the same time. Madelia High School is overall an excellent school.
- 263 Students
- 15:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Sleepy Eye Secondary School
#233 Best Public High Schools in Minnesota
- Sleepy Eye Public School District, MN
- Rating 3.75 out of 5 20 reviews
Senior: The main change I would like to see is more diverse class options. I would have liked to have a zoology class because that would have been beneficial to me in figuring out if I wanted to major in that in college. The sports have been really fun; I do think they are doing all that they can with sports while being such a small school.
- 260 Students
- 13:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
St. James High School
- St. James Public School District, MN
- Rating 2.9 out of 5 31 reviews
Senior: Love the people! Love the new gym, locker rooms, cafeteria, WiFi and bathrooms. I love that they give you new classes every year and that it has PSEO classes. I would change the food a bit and the effort students put in.
- 502 Students
- 14:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Comfrey Secondary School
- Comfrey Public School District, MN
- Rating 4 out of 5 2 reviews
Niche User: My high school was very small and it didn't have many electing classes or a lot of options for post secondary classes. It didn't offer any AP classes. But the teachers were concerned about their students and they always tried their best to help them out, and work out schedules that fit every students. We didn't have a lot of homework. I thought that Physical Education was the most popular class in our school.
- 80 Students
- 12:1 Student-Teacher Ratio