Collinsville is pretty innovative in its approach to education as far as scheduling and its classroom teaching. It hasn't always been like this but their are more and more teachers at this school that do a really good job. Great scores too.
Collinsville High School is a public high school in Collinsville. The principal of Collinsville High School is Cory A. Slagle and can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org. 711 students attend Collinsville High School and are mostly Asian/Pacific Islander; White, non-Hispanic; and Asian. 31% of the 711 students here have subsidized lunches. The student to teacher ratio at Collinsville High School is 17:1. Owasso MHS is one of the nearest high schools.
- Computer arts
- Drawing painting
- Theater drama
- Video film production
- Cross country
- P.E. classes
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Collinsville has the best school system in the area. They have very high test scores and the staff truly care about the welfare of the students. They make yearly improvements and seem willing to hear input. I do wish they had improved facilities at the HS but I love Collinsville!
The worst schoo ever dipping everywhere all the income goes to football and oh yes nobody cares enough to say anything
CHS has the best teachers and student. They have school pride.
A very good school. The administrators ensure that the teachers teach and the kids learn
This is an excellent school. Another great thing about it is the community. Collinsville is a great town.
I went to school here and I must say that there is a big difference in what was and what is now. I have been very impressed by how much the teachers care about the kids. It's not just a job they really care. The principles and administration are also very supportive and the needs of the children always come first. I am very pleased with our school.
The worst problem here is the counselors. Schedules are always wrong. If your child qualifies for OHLAP you better keep track of it yourself because the counselors don't have a clue how to make sure your kids have the required classes and don't really seem to care.
I went to school here and there is no way I would send my future children here. It is possible to go through this school and not learn a thing. I am in college currently and I had to teach myself to study because I never had to CHS. Terrible choice for your children.
This school offers my children every opportunity to prepare for college or the work force. The staff is continually trying to improve the educational enhancement of its students.
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