Ok class, it's time for a pop quiz.

According to the education webstie Niche.com, there are 83 high schools across Wyoming. Can you guess how many students are enrolled at the smallest high school in the Cowboy State?

The answer is...14.

Bear Lodge High School is an "alternative school" for students living in Sundance, Wyoming.

With five teachers and one principal, the staff-to-student ratio is nearly two-to-one.

While Bear Lodge is the smallest in the Cowboy State, it's not the only high school with an enrollment under 25.

Chugwater High School, Glendo High School, The Shoshoni Learning Center in Powell and Swift Creek High School in Afton round out Wyoming's five smallest high schools.

Natrona County High School in Casper is the largest in the state, with over 1,700 students. Casper's Kelly Walsh High School. Campbell County High School in Gillette, East High School in Cheyenne and Rock Springs High School each have over 1,300 students.