1 Best Public High Schools in Evansville Area
- Public School
- Evansville, IN
Senior: Signature School is an IB Charter school in Evansville, Indiana. Many alumni's always come back and comment on how Signature School has definitely prepared them for college. At Sig, we take college-level courses which are taught by amazing teachers who strive to prepare their students for the real world ahead of them. The environment is very diverse with students from different backgrounds, cultures, and religions. It is a small school, so everyone will feel like family over time. Overall, I would definitely recommend Signature school to any student who wants the best possible liberal arts education and the best high school experience with Sig's quirky traditions and events!
- 347 Students
- 14:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Park Tudor School
- Private School
- Indianapolis, IN
- PK, K-12
Senior: I came to Park Tudor as a freshman, expecting rigorous academics that would prepare me for college. My expectations were readily met, and I have been challenged, both by peers and by educators, which has resulted in my success. However amazing their academics are, the sports program is a little bit lacking, which makes sense considering how small of a school Park Tudor is. The clubs/activities are really fun in general, but they are not that diverse and there is not that many, which is also because of the relatively small student body.
- 950 Students
- 7:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Daviess County High School
3 Best Public High Schools in Evansville Area
- Daviess County Public Schools, KY
Senior: Daviess County has taught me that no matter what goes on in life you can always have a positive outlook on it. My school is the best school to go to because there’s never something not going on, we have so many clubs to join or sports or even our outstanding Band of Pride!
- 1,705 Students
- 18:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Owensboro High School
5 Best Public High Schools in Evansville Area
- Owensboro Independent Schools, KY
Senior: As a home schooled kid, I was nervous entering into public school. OHS provided a safe environment to learn, meet friends and join activities. Many times schools are sports oriented or arts oriented but OHS provides an environment where you can do both. Choral, Band, Orchestra, Drama, Theater, all the way to Football, Basketball, Golf, as well as many small groups to join. OHS is also a huge supporter of dual college academy as well a AP classes to give the students a head start. I am proud to have attended OHS-I believe they have helped start my life in a positive direction.
- 1,221 Students
- 17:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
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