- Private School
- St. Louis, MO
- PK, K-6
Parent: Our daughter has been at Rossman School since Senior Kindergarten. She is currently in fifth grade. We couldn’t be more pleased with her success at Rossman. The teachers, staff and administrators are very forward thinking and were able to take a shy little girl and transform her in to a leader, both academically and socially. We feel Rossman is very strong in all academic areas, but we are particularly pleased with the writing and math programs. We have witnessed our daughter become an excellent writer in both her creativity and grammatical skills. She successfully draws the reader in with her opening sentence. With the rigorous math curriculum, she is far ahead of her peers that attend other schools. Rossman also instills confidence in their students. The children begin oral presentations at whole school gatherings during their first year at Rossman and continue throughout.
- 227 Students
- 7:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Raymore-Peculiar Senior High School
127 Best Public High Schools in Missouri
- Raymore-Peculiar R-II School District, MO
Senior: This is an interesting school. I attended for three years while there was still an abundance of students in one building and they had to use the middle school as extra space, so kids had to cross a field inbetween classes. The passing in the grass during the cold season, rain, and snow got old very fast and safety was always a huge concern with little attention given by the district. The district could not even put gravel down for the students to walk across. The school was renovated during my third year and became usable for all students during my fourth year. The social aspect and bullying are bad, but the teachers are great. The school provides access to AP, Dual Credit, and IB programs which allows students to get a lot of college credit during their attendance. They also participate in the A+ program, which gives free community college to students.
- 1,900 Students
- 17:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Harrisonville High School
- Harrisonville R-IX School District, MO
Senior: I enjoyed my experience with Harrisonville High School very much. The teachers connected with the students to ensure everyone was on the right track. Since it's a smaller town, there's only one school for each grade. So the kids I'm graduating with have been with me since elementary school. There's also a broad area of activities here. We have everything from FFA, to robotics, to excellent performing sports teams. One thing they could improve is the incentives students could receive for better attendance. Many kids decide to skip school and stay home, and this effects their grades tremendously. Overall, I've had a great experience with Harrisonville High School, and I'm proud to be a Wildcat.
- 884 Students
- 16:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
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