Lebanon Sr. High School Overview777 Brice St, Lebanon, MO 65536 , Tel: +1 (417) 532-9144 Lebanon R-Iii School District
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Type: Public High School
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Lebanon Sr. High School Ratings & Reviews
Lebanon High School might be slightly better than other Missouri schools but, that is not really saying much. My family has been lucky enough to have lived in many states and 3 Countries during the life of my children. Lebanon is lacking and behind many states and many other schools. Taking days off, field trips, and college visits to only stack on home work for the student is not education. A fruity Principle walking around spouting nonsense and being more worried about his twitter account is not "great" leadership. When students walk by teachers and faculty members cursing, rough housing, and even fighting all the while not being corrected, is not "educating". I believe Lebanon could be so much better but, a house cleaning would be in order. I would take the professionalism and skills of Joel E. Barber faculty any day over what I have seen from our first 5 years living near Lebanon High School. It is no wonder Nixa, Camdenton, Waynesville, and other schools out rank them on many levels.
I think Lebanon Highschool fantastic They have great teachers that care about the school and the kids. The principal is very good in his leadership skills. I would tell any parent that this school Is one of the best here in missiouri.
The teachers here are below the adequate level required to teach their respective subjects. However, in rural Southwest Missouri the schools are not known for excelling in academia. There were some teachers - who despite the pressures to abandon academia for other matters (sports, popularity, recreational activities) - who were able to invoke a desire to strive further in education. Knowing the school environment would never be sufficient to propel students into more esteemed universities they spent time with students outside of school to teach extraneously the subjects not sufficiently covered. The people are good people, but their misguided focus leaves much to be desired as an institute for educating students.
They need to service the lower economic class more. They need better trained people than what they have. The concentrate on fancying up the place and not enough on caring for ALL students.
Mr. Kevin G. Lowery is the worst principal in America. He is close-minded, rude to students, self absorbed, and offensive. He has made snide remarks towards foreign exchange students on the morning announcements (which are entirely too long) boasting that our country is "better" than theirs. If he would open his eyes for one day and see what is going on outside of his snug office he would see that not only the students are causing a problem, but also the unfair and discriminatory teachers and administration.
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Missouri Education Statistics
- No High School3%
- Some High School38%
- Some College26%
- Associate Degree7%
- Bachelor Degree16%
- Graduate Degree9%
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