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Buena High School
- Sierra Vista Unified School District, AZ
- Rating 3.27 out of 5 544 reviews
Senior: Buena High School was overall a roller coaster ride for me. It had its ups and downs, but the ups definitely trumps the downs. The staff, facilities, and classes were extraordinary and very diverse everyday. Although they were not perfect, the school tried their best to keep a safe and healthy learning environment with friendly faces on a daily basis. I have only two complaints concerning the school, which would be the inconsistency of enforcing a few rules. During my years, I experienced quite a few changes to the rules at Buena, but only some pulled through while others seemed to fade away in a matter of days or weeks, which was a waste of energy and effort from the students who followed those rules strictly. Also, some sports are glorified more than other programs that bring more pride and recognition to the school, but the kids themselves of those thriving programs do not receive proper recognition. Other than that, Buena High School serves its purpose greatly to its community.
- 2,076 Students
- 21:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Douglas High School
- Douglas Unified School District, AZ
- Rating 3.47 out of 5 312 reviews
Niche User: About two years ago I was a high school student at Douglas high school. My overall experience there was very good, despite minor experiences that I am sure other schools face. I really sought out after classes I knew would be very interesting and help apply to my desired career in the future. I really enjoyed taking courses I chose because the teachers really pushed students to work hard and to keep learning. I truly believe that some teachers really strive to help students develop academically and really motivate their students. Douglas high school has had it's fair share of bad remarks, however, if an individual is really engaged in their studies, extracurricular activities, and continues to take advantage of new opportunities that present themselves then said individual(s) can reach their goals.
- 1,525 Students
- 22:1 Student-Teacher Ratio