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Ozark Adventist Academy
#18 Best Private High Schools in Arkansas
- Private School
- GENTRY, AR
- Rating 3.68 out of 5 50 reviews
Alum: I had a good experience during the four years I studied at Ozark Adventist Academy. I really enjoyed the music program. It is a boarding school, so even if you are living in another state or country, you are still able to study at Ozark Adventist Academy. Though the teachers are different than before, I would still recommend it.
- 100 Students
- 10:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Siloam Springs High School Conversion Charter School
#46 Best Public High Schools in Arkansas
- Siloam Springs School District, AR
- Rating 3.73 out of 5 152 reviews
Senior: I love the atmosphere at Siloam Springs High School! It is a place where I feel very safe and cared about by my peers as well as the faculty and staff. This school also offers a wide array of extracurricular activities including varsity sports, vocal and instrumental music, visual arts, and many academic clubs. I enjoy the size of Siloam Springs High School because it is still small enough to be able to know most of the students in your grade on a more personal level. My school is fortunate to also have the Career Academy of Siloam Springs (CASS). This amazing program allows students to learn hands-on trade skills to equip them to enter the workforce after High School. The Siloam Springs High School has programs and opportunities for every kind of student with any kind of interest, which makes it a one-of-a-kind school.
- 1,336 Students
- 12:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Gentry High School Conversion Charter School
- Gentry School District, AR
- Rating 3.48 out of 5 80 reviews
Junior: Everything was fine freshman year, but they introduced Summit Learning and all students agree that Summit learning teaches us nothing. Our School is strong, but when we're not leaning anything whats the point. All the students don't care. Myself have a bad experience today as we have around 35 weeks of school and 18 content assessment and our teacher give us one day a week. He doesn't allow us to do more then one content assessment a week and we have to take notes one week. it'll take around 36 weeks in his system. I was being nice about 35 weeks because he has to be here for us to take the content assessment so factor in 4 week due to sickness/personal we got 36 weeks we need and 31 weeks of school. As you can see the administration and summit system put us in situations to lose.
- 426 Students
- 8:1 Student-Teacher Ratio