Saluda High School
- Saluda County School District, SC
- Rating 3.82 out of 5 108 reviews
Senior: Saluda High School has a very welcoming community! Currently, I am a virtual student and one day I had to turn in dues for organizations I am for Honor Society and HOSA. Coming from a small town, I had 5 teachers stop me in the hallway asking how I have been, if I'm coming back next semester, teachers telling me they've missed me and my smile I have in the halls. It really felt good that the teachers and staff truly care about their students well-being whether they are in the building or out! Every teacher and member of staff calls me by my name and greets me every time I walk in the halls. Saluda has the positive small town vibes and truly cares about their students and successes. Over social media, announcements, and in the classroom, teachers and staff share success students have from college acceptance letters, to sports achievements. It feels like one big family having support shown daily for their students.
- 615 Students
- 15:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
W. Wyman King Academy
- Private School
- Batesburg, SC
- PK, K-12
- Rating 4.29 out of 5 14 reviews
Senior: I started out at King when I was 4 in 4K I quickly developed a relationship with classmates and staff. As I grew up those same relationships grew. I’m a senior now and leaving King is going to be very hard. King has become a second home to me. They advertise as a not only a school but a safe family environment and I can agree. Everyone at King is very involved in your growth and development in not only your academic growth, but also your spiritual growth and athletic growth. They want to help shape you into a strong Christian, a competitive athlete, and a successful student. This school has shaped my life in many ways and I’m proud to say it will be my alumni. I would highly recommend anyone to send their children here. Your children will be taken care of and will be pushed to preform to the best of their abilities. Everyone here is family and you can tell when you walk through the doors.
- 179 Students
- 9:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
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