Melbourne High School
50 Best Public High Schools in Arkansas
- Melbourne School District, AR
Niche User: I had a fairly good experience while at Melbourne. It was convenient to have Ozarka College nearby. When I went though they changed teachers often. There was probably a new math teacher every year and sometimes another teacher would need replaced, like science or coaches. I feel that the school would be better with more consistency.
- 394 Students
- 11:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
- Private School
- Subiaco, AR
Alum: Subiaco was a great place for me to grow up. It gave me a strong educational foundation, allowing me to have my choice of top physics programs for college. The international students gave me an opportunity to understand other cultures first-hand. The Benedictine monks provided a strong faith foundation. More importantly, Subiaco provided a lifelong community with their vibrant alumni association. Every year, alumni come together for a grand reunion, and we have an opportunity to stay involved with the school.
- 189 Students
- 7:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Cave City High School
97 Best Public High Schools in Arkansas
- Cave City School District, AR
Senior: The main reason that I like Cave City High School is because of the opportunities offered here compared to other schools Arkansas. Last year, I was able to take a CNA course through Ozarka College in Melbourne, Arkansas and become a certified nursing assistant at age 17. After CNA, I took a Medical Terminology class through the same college. This year, I am taking College Algebra, Composition 1, and Composition 2 through UACCB in Batesville, Arkansas. I became aware of these opportunities through my terrific teachers who encourage students to achieve our goals each and every day. Sure, there are many things that I wish I could change about high school in general. However, I am very content with my overall experience at Cave City High School. I honestly do not believe I could have chosen a better high school to receive my education.
- 388 Students
- 10:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
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