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Columbus High School
- Columbus Public Schools, NE
- Rating 3.83 out of 5 218 reviews
Senior: Columbus High School provides amazing opportunities for the students interested in stem. With after school programs like Skills USA and Robotics Club, students can dive into the Stem department to gain great experience and create bonds with teachers who know their way around the business. The music program is another area in which I have had good experiences. The staff drives to be on the edge of music and music competition every year. The after school programs for choir kids are limited but the all boys team known as bakers dozen is a tight knit group that feels like a second family. The only downside to the school is that due to a high student count, some situations feel very helpless and the counselors don't have the best relationships with the students. It does however expose students to a lot of different social situations to prepare them for the upcoming journeys in life.
- 1,292 Students
- 18:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Lakeview High School
- Lakeview Community Schools, NE
- Rating 3.75 out of 5 32 reviews
Senior: I liked that Lakeview was a very connected school, the staff and students came together like a family. The teachers are very open to going the extra mile to help a student in need, they do an excellent job at teaching and being a life mentor for students going through rough times of their lives. The administration is very open to change and lets the students suggest new improvements for the school and academics. I would like to see a change in technology that is available to the students. Lakeview students also need to be more educated on alcohol use and what the real effects of it are for high school students, there needs to be more real-life lessons taught to the students. After all, every student is impressionable and can be pushed by their peers. If the school gets out in front of these issues before they start I believe there will be less substance use among the students and they will start wanting to make better choices for themselves.
- 309 Students
- 13:1 Student-Teacher Ratio