Central Community Unit School District No. 301 is a highly rated, public school district located in Burlington, IL. It has 4,070 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 16 to 1. According to state test scores, 53% of students are at least proficient in math and 61% in reading.
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Central Community Unit School District No. 301 Reviews
I am currently a senior attending Central High School, and I'm proud to say that I go here. My family moved into this district, though it was more expensive, for the education. Teachers motivate me to do better, and the faculty is supportive. They have amazing STEM programs, and are constantly evolving with developing technology. I take part in the band, which is such a wonderful group. There's a lot of white kids, but that's also the surrounding area. The food is average, some items are better than others. There are many clubs and activities available to join, but they are missing some things. For example, there is no intermediate painting because they couldn't get a teacher. There's no Music Composition either. Our school has multiple safety precautions, like Blue Point alerts. They also begin college prep. in middle school, which definitely helps, though it's overwhelming.
Offered the students some excellent opportunities. Provided the students with a better and more effective learning environment . Allowed the students to have voice to be heard. Gave back to our community. Targeted all the students needs. Made sure the students played a role in our district. Made the saying "The school does not make the student bur rather the student makes the school" will be 100% true. The school has a lot of diversity and the staff is absolutely incredible!
I feel like my school as prevented me from having a full high school experience. Throughout my whole life i've been a dedicated competitive swimmer, my school doesn't offer swimming as a sport. As seniors this year were were not allowed to do harmells high school traditions like a senior prank, tping the school for homecoming as well as a senior picnic, which is something that was does in previous years but now canceled(for what reason, I do not know.)Along with this I and many other people have found that administration likes to micromanage its students. It creates a sense of annoyance and frustration for the students and their families. One good thing I will give them is that there are a handful of staff like certain teachers and counselors that are genuinely doing everything for the best interest of their students.