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High Schools in Columbus

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My daughter is a frehman at WKHS. She is a bright kid an...
I truly love this school and love coming here everyday. I...
The wealthy and connected parents make sure their kids ge...
Sending our son to this school is one of the best decisio...
Currently a junior. Good academics, good diversity, over...
I have a son in the 2nd grade at Hamilton. He WILL NOT be...
Greatest attraction is the school never seems to close. ...
This school is awsome. They have great teachers, diversit...
I used to go here and this school is both good and bad in...
My child will be completing their kindergarten year soon ...
Very good school so glad Mr Donahue is their this year I ...
From what I'm reading the school's administration has bee...
Fort Hayes High School is the ultimate contradiction. The...
Overall, Beechcroft to me is like a second family. Everyo...
This school is terrible-It may have been decent in the pa...
I am a Freshman this year at Brookhaven. I really enjoy i...
The district is finally beginning to make some changes at...
Independence high school is a wonderful school. Everyone ...
they mostly care about students who play sports and forge...
This school has terrible phone etiquette, I called becaus...
I am now a sophomore at Walnut Ridge, and was actually su...
I am currently an accelerated freshman student at Frankli...
This school is in danger of closing after years of poor p...
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