Wilson High School
53 Best Public High Schools in Pennsylvania
- Wilson School District, PA
Alum: Probably the best school in the area, if only due to the amazing teachers. The student body was generally very accepting and friendly, spare the occasional incident. Most teachers were very forgiving and laid-back, yet still managed to keep the balance between friend and educator so we all did well. A large amount of clubs are available, and it's very easy to create one. The administration does need to work on their communication however, like with school events and meetings.
- 1,926 Students
- 17:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Wyomissing Area Junior/Senior High School
61 Best Public High Schools in Pennsylvania
- Wyomissing Area School District, PA
Parent: The Wyomissing parents and community provide exceptional support and resources for all areas of the school culture; including academics, clubs, activities and sports. I believe this is the foundation that makes Wyomissing an exceptional school. Pride in the schools academics, student life and facilities fosters a culture of excellence which is a magnet for great administrators and teachers. Im confident that the administration and teachers truly care about each students’ present and future success.
Each student is challenged according to their needs and provided many opportunities to help them reach their goals. Understandably, I’m sure there are some areas that need additional support, however, I have always found the community to be very generous when a need is discovered.
Although the school and community has its share of problems like any other, we love Wyomissing and know we are fortunate to have found such a great community in which to live!
- 959 Students
- 13:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
- Private School
- Norfolk, VA
Parent: Norfolk Academy provided an extraordinary educational journey for my two children, fueling their curiosity and inspiring them to explore new avenues that they might not have discovered without the incredible teachers and coaches at this school. My oldest child, who came in sixth grade, now studies engineering at an Ivy League university; he particularly loved the robotics team, as well as soccer, swimming, and crew teams. My youngest child, who is a senior at NA, came in first grade, and she has developed a passion for medicine and health, largely through the school's Global Health Fellows program and the Medical Scholars program.
- 1,203 Students
- 11:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
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