9 Things You Know Are True If You Went To A Small High School In South Dakota
The (very) few, the proud: the ones who were lucky enough to attend a small high school in South Dakota! You know I’m talking about you if you can relate to these nine things (or at least a couple of them). Let’s face it: with as many small towns in South Dakota as there are (and as many high schools as there are wherein), a few of these are bound to apply to us all. Check it out!
No kidding: every one of these small towns in South Dakota has a high school, and everyone went to one of those. You know what we mean. Did you connect with more than five things on this list? If you did, you probably when to a small high school in South Dakota. What were your most prominent memories of attending that small school? Tell us all about it in the comments.
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Small Towns in South Dakota
- What are some of the best small towns in South Dakota?
South Dakota is an amazingly beautiful little state, and it’s a shame that folks just don’t visit it very often. Like anywhere else, it’s home to some truly wonderful small towns. There are so many that we can’t list them all, but some of our all-time favorite small towns in SD are:
- Deadwood – This one’s great for anyone with an appreciation of history, as it was the original Gold Rush town back in the 1800s. Today, it’s a quiet small town with big personality.
- Chamberlain – This town’s situated right alongside the Missouri River, and it’s absolutely stunning. Fans of amazing views will love this town.
- Lead – The residents of this town are ridiculously lucky, as they have some absolutely awe-inspiring views of the Black Hills.
Learn more about all these small towns in South Dakota!
- What are some fun things about South Dakota?
South Dakota is an absolutely incredible state. There are so many amazingly fun things to do, see and experience that, much like the small towns, we can’t mention them all here. Some of the best fun facts about South Dakota include things like:
- South Dakota has more shoreline than Florida thanks to its thousands of lakes. No, seriously.
- It became the 40th state in 1889.
- The state bird is the ring-necked pheasant. The state flower is the Pasque flower. Now you know.
- South Dakota is the 16th-largest state in the United States.
- The state insect is the adorable honeybee.
Learn more about why people are moving to South Dakota.
- What is living in South Dakota like?
Life in South Dakota is amazing, especially if you’re a fan of the great outdoors. There are hundreds of amazing hiking trails, campgrounds, scenic drives, state parks, lakes, National Parks, and SO much more – it really is totally unfair that South Dakota is one of the least-visited states. It’s also a state incredibly rich in history, and if you’re one of the folks who love old ghost towns (same), you’ll definitely love South Dakota. Sure, the winters can get frigid – but the amazing weather for the rest of the year makes it all worth it! Check out some of the best things about living in South Dakota.