Charlottesville Catholic School
- Private School
- Charlottesville, VA
- PK, K-8
Parent: Our family LOVES CCS! Our two boys went through CCS and are much better young men and students as a result. The overall environment at the Catholic School is exceptional. Academically, the students are encouraged, supported, and pushed to do their very best in the classroom. The teachers do an amazing job of reaching each student individually which translates into a trusting, caring, and successful school experience for the student, the parent(s), and also the teacher. In and out of the classroom the teachers and staff also do an extraordinary job of instilling discipline, self-respect and respect for others, thoughtfulness, and a sense of community and personal responsibility. Our boys continue to excel each and every year both as students and as young men in our community and I believe those valuable traits are a direct result of the foundation, mentorship, and guidance that they received as students at the Charlottesville Catholic School.
- 333 Students
- 15:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Maranacook Community High School
24 Best Public High Schools in Maine
- Regional School Unit No. 38 (MSAD 38), ME
Senior: I'm a senior at Maranacook High School this year and I've attended all four years here. Maranacook represents four different towns but the school is still very small. There are a little less than 400 students total. The guidance office isn't the best, there have been many problems with scheduling classes or getting the dates wrong on scholarships. Overall however, I have had a very positive high school experience. Joining sports expanded my circle and was a very good experience. There are lots of beautiful trails behind the school. As for the academics, teachers are a hit or miss. I've had quite a few lazy or boring teachers, but I've also had amazing teachers who really do care about your education and how well you do. Maranacook also places students in advisees instead of homerooms which I think is really nice. You're with a group of ten or so students in your class and a teacher who is your advisor. It's a way for you to connect with students that you might not have otherwise.
- 394 Students
- 11:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
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