In Logan, Utah, high schoolers don’t have much of a choice of what type of high school to attend. There’s Logan High, a public school, Fast Forward, a Charter School, and InTech Collegiate High School, a charter school. There is also the option to apply for school choice to attend Sky View, Mountain Crest, or Ridgeline -- all of which are public schools.
This lack of school diversity in Cache Valley may put us at a disadvantage: we don’t have the same opportunity to attend private schools like kids in most parts of the country. Is this a bad thing? Well, let’s find out.
“I hated the fact that my school was so small and I felt like we didn’t have as many resources. [But] looking back, I’ve seen the friendships I’ve made and the relationships I’ve formed with my teachers and administrators that I wouldn't have if I went to a public school.”
Opinion Editor: Adellaide Nielson, Maria Jacome
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