All of the accredited programs listed on the ASHA site will give you solid training. What makes a school "good" is going to depend on what you are looking for. Close to home, the University of Iowa would offer in-state tuition and lots of opportunities to observe therapists in the medical center, but it's a really large school, which can make some students feel lost in the crowd. Truman State University just over the border in northeast Missouri has a great program. Their campus is smaller so students get to know their faculty well and Truman is always ranked as one of the best value schools in the midwest because they have great financial aid. They have a speech clinic on campus, so students get good experience despite being smaller than a big university program. Think about what kind of school you'd like to attend, how far from home you'd like to be, and then research the opportunities for undergrads in Communication Science and Disorders on the different campuses. You will likely need a Master's degree to practice so you will also want to research how many students in each program go on to graduate school or practice in the field.
Good luck! It's a great field with a lot of opportunities!