Abingdon-Avon High School is a public school located in Abingdon, IL. It has 274 students in grades 9-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 14 to 1. According to state test scores, 5% of students are at least proficient in math and 22% in reading.
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Culture & Safety
Health & Safety
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Teachers in First/Second Year
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Clubs & Activities
Clubs & Activities
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Abingdon-Avon High School Reviews
This school district was consolidated approximately five years ago. The sports programs have thrived over the past several years with the district winning regionals for football, basketball and baseball in this short period of time. Academically, the district has been committed to technology development and staff in-servicing for learning this technology. I feel the English department is strong, but I am not sold on how math is being taught (basically self taught via video). Nothing can replace good quality instruction delivered by a qualified teacher. They do offer dual credit opportunities which is a plus for those who are able to take advantage.
This school is a small school but that does not put a limit on us. Unlike most small schools we have a green room studio, 3D printer and dual credit classes. All of the teachers are great because you are able to make a connection with them. All of them know your name, even if you have never been in their class! It is a community I am thankful to grow up in.
I like how the teachers are open to helping you with anything, and the coaches are also very kind to their players. A-Town has great teachers, but I feel like they don't push us enough. There are multiple nights when we won't have homework or anything to study for because the information isn't too tricky. I believe the students are great, everyone has at least one friend. The office secretaries are always open to run copies or get you any information you might need. When new kids arrive at AAHS the students surround them with kindness trying to figure out what they are like or what their interests are. I believe A-Town is a nice and pleasant school to be in, but the acedemics aren't where they need to be.