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Northwest High School
#164 Best Public High Schools in Missouri
- Pettis County R-V School District, MO
- Rating 2.11 out of 5 9 reviews
Senior: Northwest is a small school that really focuses on each individual student. Everyone knows each other which makes going to school everyday enjoyable. I have gone to Northwest since kindergarten and have loved every minute of it.
- 130 Students
- 10:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Sweet Springs High School
- Sweet Springs R-VII School District, MO
- Rating 2.92 out of 5 13 reviews
Senior: Sweet Springs High School is a school in a small town where everyone is close to each other. It provides open doors to anyone for an opportunity to be comfortable. This school is basically another home where my education really matters. I personally have a headache disorder and this school is very good at working around this condition. I recently moved back to Sweet Springs High my junior year after I had left my fifth grade year and went to three other schools. Out of all four schools, Sweet Springs High as done me best for my personal life and my education. I have been bullied very bad throughout my school career and as I attend this high school, I have witnessed very minimal cases compared to other schools. With being second in class, I have realized that class rankings are also very competitive in this school. I would highly recommend Sweet Springs schools' education to any parents trying to find a great school for their children.
- 207 Students
- 12:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
La Monte High School
- La Monte R-IV School District, MO
- Rating 3.18 out of 5 11 reviews
Niche User: I may not like most of the teachers, but I know that no matter where I am, I won't like some of the teachers. I am grateful for the closeness of the school community. It has helped multiple students be able to accomplish their high school career.
- 137 Students
- 10:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Marshall Senior High School
- Marshall School District, MO
- Rating 3.31 out of 5 71 reviews
Alum: I really enjoyed that Marshall was open to preparing its students for life outside of school. For college bound students there were plenty of college courses that could readily prepare you for college--along with getting ahead of some gen-eds. It also offered guidance for careers outside of academia through the career center with welding, automechanics and even cooking. Now, the atmosphere wasn't that great, but it has steadily been changing. There has been a lack of school pride due to some poor sports performances in football and basketball, but the soccer program is top notch and competes for district champion almost every year. The school is different from the small town, yet still the same. Its changing, but for better.
- 800 Students
- 15:1 Student-Teacher Ratio