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Kennedy Senior High School
- Bloomington Public School District, MN
- Rating 3.41 out of 5 234 reviews
Senior: The majority of the teachers are kind, helpful, and actually work quite hard to teach and engage their students. I had a lot of fun learning there over the years, and I usually felt like I was doing worthwhile classwork. The food is okay, nothing to rave on about. The classrooms are clean, uncluttered, and fairly comfortable to be in (they all have air conditioning and heat!), though there are a few of them with writing on the desks. My peers tended to be hardworking and intelligent, and if not that, then at the very least, respectful. There were small disagreements here and there between students, obviously, but they were usually pretty minor and basically happened only once a year. Overall, a decent, commendably inclusive school compared to most high schools, I'd say.
- 1,507 Students
- 18:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
- 54% Free or Reduced Lunch
South Senior High School
- Minneapolis Public School District, MN
- Rating 3.54 out of 5 343 reviews
Junior: South Senior High School is one of the most diverse (and largest) high schools in the Minneapolis Public school system. Students are able to meet peers of all different backgrounds. Each student has a counselor and a social worker to ensure everyone has a fair opportunity and receives assistance when looking at graduation requirements or colleges. Students are not left in the dark when it comes to the future. As far as academics, students have numerous resources such as the Math or Writing Center, where they can receive tutoring from teachers or even peers. South offers a wide range of sports and clubs, with JV, Varsity, and even "A" or "B" teams, ensuring that every student at every level can participate. Overall, South is a wonderful public school with many resources for all students.
- 1,739 Students
- 17:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
- 55% Free or Reduced Lunch