Top High Schools in Wyoming

By | March 20, 2019

According to Allunitconverters, Wyoming is home to 23 counties and 48 school districts. Each county is governed by an elected board of county commissioners, who are responsible for setting the policies and managing the resources of their respective county. The counties in Wyoming are then divided into school districts, which provide educational services to students within their respective communities. School districts are managed by an elected board of education that sets policies and ensures the management of district resources.

The Wyoming Department of Education (WDE) is responsible for overseeing all public schools in the state and works with local school districts to ensure quality education for all students. The state also provides resources such as grants and scholarships to help support students in achieving their educational goals. In addition, each school district has its own superintendent who is responsible for managing day-to-day operations within their district.

Wyoming is committed to providing quality education for all students and works hard to ensure that every student has access to a high-quality education regardless of where they live or attend school. To help support teachers, administrators, parents, and other stakeholders in providing a safe learning environment for all students, Wyoming offers a variety of programs such as professional development opportunities, grants, technical assistance initiatives, best practices for teaching methods, curriculum development tools, technology integration into classrooms, community engagement initiatives, and more. Through these efforts, Wyoming strives to create a high-quality learning environment where all students can grow academically and socially so they can be successful after graduation.

There are many public and private high schools in the state of Wyoming. It is rather difficult for you to choose one that fits you most. In order for you to better evaluate your choice, we have ranked these high schools based on latest SAT/ACT scores, graduation rates, and state test scores from the Wyoming Department of Education. See below for top 8 high schools throughout the state of Wyoming. If you are interested in the list of all school districts and counties within Wyoming, you can find it on COUNTRYAAH in alphabetical order.

Top High Schools in Wyoming

# High Schools Honor
1
Big Horn High School
Sheridan County School District #1 School District
Sheridan County
333 US Highway 335
Big Horn, WY 82833
Telephone: (307) 674-8190
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2
Burlington High School
Big Horn County School District #1 School District
Big Horn County
109 North Street
Burlington, WY 82411
Telephone: (307) 762-3334
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3
Hulett High School
Crook County School District #1 School District
Crook County
429 Sager
Hulett, WY 82720
Telephone: (307) 467-5231
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4
Lingle-Fort Laramie High School
Goshen County School District #1 School District
Goshen County
3rd Street
Lingle, WY 82223
Telephone: (307) 837-2296
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5
Powell High School
Park County School District # 1 School District
Park County
245 North Evarts Street
Powell, WY 82435
Telephone: (307) 754-2287
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6
Sheridan High School
Sheridan County School District #2 School District
Sheridan County
1056 Long Drive
Sheridan, WY 82801
Telephone: (307) 672-2495
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Southeast High School
Goshen County School District #1 School District
Goshen County
1 Lacy Street
Yoder, WY 82244
Telephone: (307) 532-7176
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Star Valley High School
Lincoln County School District #2 School District
Lincoln County
445 West Swift Creek Lane
Afton, WY 83110
Telephone: (307) 885-7847
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Top High Schools in Wyoming

Wyoming Facts

  • Wyoming state area – 253,348 km 2 (10th place in the USA)
  • Wyoming State Length:
    • from north to south – 450 km
    • from east to west – 581 km
  • Wyoming Region – Mountain States of the United States
  • The highest point in Wyoming is 4,210 meters above sea level.
  • The lowest point in Wyoming is 945 meters above sea level.
  • The abbreviation for the state of Wyoming is WY.
  • Wyoming’s state capital is Cheyenne
  • Wyoming’s largest city is Cheyenne.
  • Date of formation of the state of Wyoming – July 10, 1890 (44 in the USA)
  • The population of the state of Wyoming is about 565,000 people (50th place in the USA)
  • The population density in Wyoming is about 2 people per km 2 (49th place in the USA)
  • Wyoming State Motto – Equal Rights
  • Wyoming State Nickname – “Equality State”, “Cowboy State”

Wyoming state name

The name of the state of Wyoming comes from the language of the Indians – the Delaware (Lenape), who lived in the eastern United States, in the territory of the modern states of New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware and New York. Denotes the word “Wyoming”, according to different versions, “big valley” or “mountains and valleys.”

For the first time the word “Wyoming” was used to name a geographical feature in Pennsylvania, where there is a Wyoming Valley (Wyoming Valley).

When the “Territory of Wyoming” was debated in the US Congress in 1865, the name was first applied to the future state of Wyoming.

Later, the words “Cheyenne”, “Yellowstone”, “Lincoln” and others were proposed as the name of the new state, but preference was given to the name “Wyoming” already generally accepted by that time.