Culver High School
- Culver School District, OR
- Rating 3.65 out of 5 62 reviews
Senior: What I love about Culver High School is how small the school is. You really know everyone, and you can connect with every teacher and every student/classmates. It’s a very low-key, relaxed place to be. School may be known to be stressful, but teachers and administrators have a way of making students feel at home, and rewarding all students for all their hard work after a stressful time period of exams, and semesters ending. I love how teachers are willing to change some of their teaching habits for a specific student to be able to understand what is being taught in the classroom. There is not a thing I would change about Culver High School. I have been attending Culver since I was in kindergarten, and I loved every moment, all the way up to my senior year. I’m thankful to have such great, and amazing teachers who have supported my journey in gaining my education, and helping me when it was very much needed. It’s a great school to be attending!
- 202 Students
- 13:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Madras High School
- Jefferson County School District, OR
- Rating 3.23 out of 5 73 reviews
Senior: It is a great diversity school. However, could use improvements in the administration. Some of their rules are ridiculous and very unfair for the teachers working at the school. The teachers are good very informative and resourceful. It’s not just the teachers but the faculty do their best to be helpful and resourceful as well. The school gives different opportunities for students. In their previous school year 2019, they had a very high graduation rate. Many students do their best to be inclusive and help out with some of the community activities. Everyone is also very respectful throughout previous years and do their best to get along with other students. In all matters I would say that the school has improved since my Freshman year.
- 647 Students
- 18:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
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