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Cabool High School
- Cabool R-IV School District, MO
- Rating 3.65 out of 5 40 reviews
Senior: Cabool High School is a very close school. Meaning, everyone knows you and there isn't a person that wouldn't help you when and if you're ever in need. I loved that about Cabool High School. A majority of the teachers were always willing to give you help or just a little push to understand. There are many tutoring hours that you can attend to, which was very helpful for my struggles in math classes. There were many fun activities that would go on through the year, such as spirit week for homecoming and hoop queen. I'm happy to graduate from Cabool High School with the people that I've know over half of my life!
- 212 Students
- 12:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Licking High School
- Licking R-VIII School District, MO
- Rating 3.28 out of 5 25 reviews
Senior: I was a K-8 transfer student from a small town called Raymondville which is about 15 minutes from Licking. The teachers at Licking High School, excepted me with arms wide open. So did all the students, it also helped that I was and still am an athlete. The thing that Licking has that I do not think very man schools have is a good staff that is will to sit down and teach you something after school and on their own time. I can not tell you how many times I stayed after and asked for help. It was not just one teacher, it was all of them. That made my high school career very enjoyable.
- 426 Students
- 15:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Houston High School
- Houston R-I School District, MO
- Rating 2.89 out of 5 37 reviews
Senior: My experience at Houston R-1 School District is one that I will always remember. The teachers care about their students and want to educate them to the best of their abilities. They have been working hard on improving the facilities and getting us opportunities that we would not have gotten on our own. Overall, it is a pretty good school. The one thing I would change is that we do not have many foreign language opportunities to branch out and learn.
- 345 Students
- 13:1 Student-Teacher Ratio