I have been a t this school for almost 7 years and I love it! Some of the teachers aren't that good but other than that this is a great place to grow up. a little school and everyone is so nice
Bear Lake High School is a public high school in Bear Lake. The principal of Bear Lake High School is Mrs. Sarah Harless and can be contacted at email@example.com. 168 students attend Bear Lake High School and identify primarily as White, non-Hispanic; Hispanic; and American Indian/Alaskan Native. 51% of the 168 students here get reduced lunch prices. The student to teacher ratio at Bear Lake High School is 20:1. Brethren High School is one of the nearest high schools.
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I have been in this school all my life! It is a great school to go to! I want everyone to know that this school is amazing and a great staff and great food and good classes. A well rounded school!
This school is a great place to grow-up and lean in. One of the first schools in northern Michigan to obtain the freedom to learn grant giving every student a personal laptop to use. The teachers are encouraging and truly love to teach. As of 2007 there is even a Mandarin Chinese Language and culture class. I love being a student at Bear Lake. In my opinion it is one of the best schools around.
This is a great community school where everyone knows each other and their families. Education is first and formost with outstanding teachers and staff. Extracurricular activities include total community pride and encouragment. I am proud to be a Laker
Bear Lake use to be the highest rated in the state what has gone wrong the teachers to many extracricalur activites or the students what ever the reason we pay much to many taxes to see this school be so low in the state averages
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