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Battiest Elementary School
#279 Best Public Elementary Schools in Oklahoma
- Battiest Public Schools, OK
- PK, K-8
- Rating 5 out of 5 1 review
Parent: Wonderful Elementary School! Teachers are friendly and care about their students. They push their students to do their very best. They are great with hands on materials and lessons. The new Science Lab is awesome.
- 176 Students
- 15:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Antlers High School
- Antlers Public Schools, OK
- Rating 3.45 out of 5 73 reviews
Senior: I enjoy the comfortable atmosphere and the relationships I have had with my teachers and counselor. I feel that I have received a very good education and am prepared for college. Antlers High School offers a good variety of subjects to address a variety of interests for students.
If I could change one thing about Antlers High School it would be the overall support of the ag department. We have a great deal of support for all of the athletic programs at Antlers High School, and there is tremendous support for the arts, such as band, vocal, and drama; however, Antlers is a rural community, and many of the students at Antlers High School come from families who have agricultural backgrounds, including me. I have taken ag classes since I was in the eighth grade, I've successfully shown livestock since I was 9, I've participated in public speaking, and I've served as an FFA chapter officer for two years. Unfortunately, there isn't much administrative support for the ag program.
- 243 Students
- 11:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Clayton High School
- Clayton Public Schools, OK
- Rating 3.13 out of 5 30 reviews
Senior: Clayton is unlike a typical high school and is filled with students and teachers that are close and supportive due to it being a small community. My time in Clayton High School, though I did not have the classes that larger schools offer, is time that I wouldn't rather have spent anywhere else. It taught me a lot about the importance of community, of working hard, and of how the smallest of gestures can make the biggest change for people. Yes, like everywhere else, there are hard times in my school, whether it's with classes or peers. However, I have been to many schools in my life, Clayton being my sixth, and I haven't loved it anywhere else as much as here. The teachers and students are family, and it's hard not to smile at a stranger, if you ever see one that is. The only thing I would change would be to offer more activities and advanced classes, but besides that, there's nothing I would change. Clayton is the friendliest school I have ever known, and I hate to have to leave.
- 96 Students
- 10:1 Student-Teacher Ratio