Sterling High School
- STERLING, OK
Sterling High School Reviews
Rating 3.58 out of 5 19 reviews
The teaching at sterling high school is a really great, the classes are smaller so the teachers are able to have more one on one time and be closer with the students. The teachers help you to reach a learning as far as you put your mind to. They offer honers classes and help you to work at your own pace. Even the students at the school are all great about being helpful and make the school into a good environment.
I have always been at sterling ever sense I was born. Both of my parents have taught at sterling and my dad is also my high school softball coach. My teachers are very supportive and help students whenever there is help needed wether it is about school or not. I high recommend bringing your kids to Sterling Public Schools.
I was lucky to attend this high school during my "international exchange student" year. I came from another country and was chosen in this school as an exchange student. This is a very small school with the capacity of 400 student K12. Everyone s friendly to each other; since Sterling is a very small town in the rural area of Oklahoma so everyone happens to know each other by going to the same church, working at the same places or living in the common community or neighborhoods. One thing I was kind of disappointed about this school was the lunch meal given to students every day. Probably I came from a country from Asia so how I saw things here in Sterling were different from others. There are not so many races in school, the domain is the Native America and White. To be honest I was the only Asian in school at that time. In general, Sterling High School is where you can learn about the cultures of the Native American, meet nice people and become unique.
I liked the small town atmosphere but don't like that teachers aren't held to a standard and many teachers don't prepare students for college.
I think that Sterling is an excellent school if you're into sports. I was, so I was always happy but some of the kids who aren't might think different. Also, the administration forces no rules which leads to a lot of misunderstandings and problems.
I have attended Sterling since Pre-K and I am now a senior. Having the same people in our class nearly every year unless of course someone moved or we got someone new. Our sports at Sterling have always been pretty competitive. It's pretty tough trying to get a starting spot on our varsity teams. Sports play a huge role at Sterling. Our school is a pretty small school which is nice because I can't imagine going to a larger school. I might say I don't like a few things about Sterling but I wouldn't want to attend any other school.
They are available for any help and make sure you learn what you need to.
The students are eager to get involved in activities.
They are a little bit better than average, but they are the best available to us.
All of the required classes are available along with foreign languages, and plenty of technology classes.
I feel very safe at this school. The doors are always locked and visitors are required to check in in the office.
There is a group for every kind or person.
I moved to this school this year, my senior year. I was stressing out, and very scared. The community is so accepting and always there to help you no matter what you need. I get asked regularly, by administration, if the students are treating me okay.
They always have wheat bread or rolls. The meals are always balanced really well, and there are plenty of snack options and salad bar items.
They chose the Val. and Sal. of my graduating class not by GPA but by average on core classes.
I would not like to go to this school again. The way they took care of picking Valedictorian was horrible.