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Navajo High School
#30 Best Public High School Teachers in Oklahoma
- Navajo Public Schools, OK
- Rating 4.22 out of 5 18 reviews
Parent: Overall a good school. The school is very small with very basic class options as well as club/sports. Not much diversity offered!
- 137 Students
- 13:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Blair High School
#122 Best Public High School Teachers in Oklahoma
- Blair Public Schools, OK
- Rating 3.45 out of 5 22 reviews
Niche User: I love my school, we'll on occasions. There negatives and positives to everything. I love walking into my school greater with a smile from the teachers that have been there for what seems like century, then we have the negative side; the teachers that role their eyes and give you dirty looks. We have good experiences at Blair. We laugh and cry. There is drama among everyone, and by everyone I mean the teachers and students. I have had a good experience at this school learning life lessons, but not as much school lessons. I am worried I am going into college not knowing some material I might need to know. We are not challenged to our best ability in our education, as we are in sports or extra curricular activity. Being a show team member, I was close to the at instructor. I knew he would always help me with what I needed whether it be a problem with my livestock or a question about life. We do have goods and bads but overall we get through the day as a small town family.
- 64 Students
- 10:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Altus High School
- Altus Public Schools, OK
- Rating 3.59 out of 5 169 reviews
Senior: My experience at Altus High School has been incredible! I officially became an Altus Bulldog my sophomore year of high school and I was welcomed with open arms from the start. The staff is always willing to listen and help out no matter the problem you are facing. My favorite part about this school is the students and your peers. Typically in high schools you see the stereotype of cliques or bullying, but not at Altus High. Everyone is excepted and everyone fits in with the crowd. Students talk to students, no matter the social barriers that may exist outside of the high school walls. With Covid-19, interacting with all of our friends at school has had some restrictions, but we all find a way to stay in touch with each other behind our masks, through our cell phones, or even socializing from the comfort of our own cars at local hang out spots. The community that Altus High School creates is greater than anything I have experienced and I could not be more proud to be an Altus Bulldog.
- 869 Students
- 17:1 Student-Teacher Ratio