School for Creative & Performance Arts High School
- Cincinnati City School District, OH
Senior: I've attended SCPA from grades 4-12. I've never felt out of place because everybody is so accepting! I've found both my arts and academics teachers supportive of my growth, and as a visual arts major, I've had many great opportunities to meet and receive feedback from successful artists. My instructors have provided me advanced professional preparation for college and a career in the arts. One thing I wish could be different is more support for collaboration between majors. I'm friends with many drama majors and we've had discussions about doing performance art together, but did not follow through because it is difficult to find the time and resources to do something like that without a starting platform like our school.
- 1,373 Students
- 18:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
- 49% Free or Reduced Lunch
Princeton High School
- Princeton City School District, OH
Senior: Princeton is a nice school overall but there some things I find A little annoying about the school. Some of the rules just don't make sense and and I wish the school could provide better school lunch, but beside that most of the staff are good people and the school environment is very nice because the school was just built less than 5 years ago. Princeton is statistically one of the most diverse schools in Ohio and this is definitely something you'll see if you take a trip down one of our many hallways. Students come from all over the world and it has had a lasting impact on the culture here at Princeton High School. The teachers and administrators here have done a great job at preparing my senior class for life after high school, making sure every student is on the path to graduation. We offer college prep, steam, honor, AP, and Intro To Bachelors courses; so we have classes for all different kinds of students with different skills, goals, and talents.
- 1,631 Students
- 20:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
- 55% Free or Reduced Lunch
Lloyd High School
- Erlanger-Elsmere Independent Schools, KY
Senior: What I like about Lloyd High School is the amount of diversity our school has to offer. There are students of many different races and backgrounds. It makes our school unique. Another good thing about Lloyd are the teachers. The teachers are a huge help in the success of their students. The teachers want what is nest for the students. The staff at Lloyd are super helpful and are great at getting all their students ready for college. Lloyd High School is also an excellent school because of the amount of opportunities the students are able to obtain. Students, starting their junior year, can start taking college classes and get college and high school credit. Some students that graduate from Lloyd are already done with their first semester of college because of the amount of college credit they have received. Taking the college classes creates a great opportunity to have a feel of what college is going to be like. Overall, Lloyd High School is an excellent school to be apart of.
- 589 Students
- 15:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
- 62% Free or Reduced Lunch
Boone County High School
- Boone County Public Schools, KY
Senior: The best thing for me about Boone County High School is the strong control of your schedule. Although, the scheduling process can be anxiety inducing and somewhat ruthless. Nonetheless you choose the classes you want as well as backups just in case, so you won't get a class you don't want. The next great thing at BCHS is the staff and how much time, effort, creativity, and thought they put forth to the benefit of their students wellbeing paired with their education. The staff members truly do care and are present everyday to make sure the day goes smoothly.
- 1,395 Students
- 16:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
- 52% Free or Reduced Lunch
Goshen High School
- Goshen Local School District, OH
Senior: Goshen High School has a very accepting atmosphere for many individuals who may be outside of the norm. Students of different orientations, interests, and backgrounds all seem to work well together and find common ground to work from here. The teachers are helpful in every way they can be and go the extra mile to ensure that their students are successful in high school and beyond graduation. Opportunities span a large number of paths here with AP classes in several subjects, Dual-Credit courses to ensure students can obtain free college courses, credit, and class experience before college life, and internships so students can easily explore fields to find their best option for a career. There is support for the arts, sports, and even social groups such as our Students Supporting Students group who reach out to minorities and underclassmen to make them feel welcomed and at home in our community.
- 736 Students
- 21:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
- 60% Free or Reduced Lunch
Reading Community High School
- Reading Community City School District, OH
Senior: The great thing about Reading is how close everyone is. It is not a very big school or community, so everyone knows everyone. Everyone is also very friendly and accepting. You can’t drive up the street for 5 minutes without waving to somebody you know or somebody saying hello. The teachers and staff also have adapted to the communities culture and fit into the setting very well.
- 401 Students
- 11:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
- 49% Free or Reduced Lunch
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