Graduated from this school. Didn't prepare me at all for college. A few of the teachers are extremely rude and I even had one tell me I wouldn't go on to college. I made it to college and will soon graduate with two degrees. There are a few teachers I would thank deeply for believing in the rest of my credit would go to my college professors who helped push me along.
Washington County High School is a public high school in Springfield. 568 students attend Washington County High School and identify mostly as White, non-Hispanic; Hispanic; and Black, non-Hispanic. 53% of the 568 students here have subsidized lunches. The student to teacher ratio at Washington County High School is 17:1. Marion County High School is one of the nearest high schools.
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My four children graduated from Washington County High School and they are all highly successful. Three out of the four graduated from college without any difficulty at all. They have also gone on to obtain additional degrees. The fourth is still an undergraduate in college. The teachers and administration at this school are very knowledgeable caring and helpful. There are always teachers willing to stay after school to help students. Some teachers even come in on Saturdays to help students with their academics. This schools also has a challenging academic curriculum. If a student from this school isn't prepared for college it's because they didn't put out any effort or take advantage of the services offered.
I graduated from their and it didn't what so ever prepare me for college!