Community High School District No. 128 is an elite, public school district located in Vernon Hills, IL. It has 3,325 students in grades 9-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 14 to 1. According to state test scores, 42% of students are at least proficient in math and 62% in reading.
Community High School District No. 128 Rankings
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Community High School District No. 128 Reviews
D128 (Libertyville and Vernon Hills High School) is the best public school district in the state and among the most prestigious public high school districts in the nation. In terms of quality of academics, teachers, and college readiness, it doesn't get much better. There are endless resources to get you connected to colleges and scholarships. The school brings in admissions counselors from schools across the country whether it be good ol' Illinois State or UC-Santa Barbra and has faculty dedicated to walking you through the College search process. No surprise it boasts a 99% of graduates enrolling in 2/4 year schools or military.
Teachers are very engaged with students. Very enthusiastic. Academic subjects are challenging. Students very well behaved and have good manners. Very strong extracurricular activities. Good culture of inclusion. Very happy my daughter attends VHHS!
I have found teachers and administration to be responsive. There are many clubs and activities to choose from so any child could find a good fit. Sports programs vary...some encourage participation from any level athlete while others discourage or welcome bench warming even at JV and Fresh/Soph levels. I'm still on the fence regarding support for IEP/504 plans. It's still early but I'm not seeing the kind of support I expected.