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This is the best school i have been to my whole entire life. I am getting the best education possible due to my excellent teachers Mr. Starky, Mr. Friend, Mr. Sanchez, Mrs. Marshall, Mrs. Morey, Mr. Grein, and Mr. Skaggs. I am in the 9th grade and I will attend Earlsboro the rest of my school years. I am making better grades than ever and i am not getting picked on like I was at my other schools. I highly recommend this school to anyone in the Earlsboro area because this is a great school.
- submitted by a
December 03, 2004
I went here my Freshman year of High School and I loved every bit of it. I was used to a much bigger school, but I recieved a lot more personal attention here. I thought they had a great drivers ed program, math could be done via satellite, and computer classes were top of the line when they were still new to everyone. I miss everything about this school and if I had not moved back to Texas I would have sent my kids here out of any other schools. I remember the teachers, the students and my friends all so well. I remember being surprised on my first day when the whole 9 th grade was a total of 14 students, compared to the school I had come from being 325 in 9th grade. So great! Good community too.
- submitted by a
October 03, 2004
I graduated from this school and attended from the 7th to 12th grade. I've been to many other schools and this one by far is the most challenging a lot of people criticize it because it is a small school with a enrollment in the high school of about 90 students. They have a great english department with a very good teacher by the name of Mrs. Marshall she is very strict but gets the job done I have a friend attending college at OU and he says the english there is easy compared to what Earlsboro had. So overall it is a very good school, and also since the classes are small students receive excellent individual help.
- submitted by a
August 19, 2004
I graduated here, my brother graduated here, and in two years, my sister will as well. It is a very close knit school, the students really get the attention they need. The only negative thing I can say is that the students don't usually get a very good choice of classes to choose from, especially in their last year or so. They are usually only offered the classes that are required, and a few electives. I have to say that I wish my sister had more choices now. I'm happy she has chosen to finish there despite us moving to another district. She gets alot of individual care and help from the teachers and staff there. Thats what she really needs. Earlsboro really is a great place to send your kids. They just need a more broad subject area.