Community Unit School District No. 200 is a top rated, public school district located in Wheaton, IL. It has 12,829 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 15 to 1. According to state test scores, 50% of students are at least proficient in math and 64% in reading.
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Community Unit School District No. 200 Reviews
I have lived in Wheaton my whole life and we are part of Community Unit School District 200. The school system is a great one. Elementary school was good, but I especially noticed the middle school being a great one (as I got older, I learned to recognize and appreciate it more). By the time I reached High School, it developed a love for school. My high school experience was a great one. The teachers are INCREDIBLE! They made learning fun and easy. The teachers really care and love doing what they do.
District 200 is a great place for education and opportunity with great resources to help people struggling in classes, and magority of the teachers wanting to take the time to help you. Overall CUSD 200 is a great place for readying your kid for college life, but the food has to make me put the district at a four stars because every time I get a lunch at the school there is pizza, and about once a month I will see a salad. This just doesn’t add up and is very disappointing, but I believe CUSD 200 wants the best for the students in the district, and they will hopefully take the time to make my review into five stars next year!
District 200 is welcoming and the teachers have always been so nice. The district is in a lovely and Christian based commmnity. The staff are careful not to expouse their own world views, but to educate students on differing views. I would like to see more cultural diversity within the teachers and staff. The makeup of the student population is quite diverse, which allows exposure to many different cultures and behavioral norms. There are many different extracurricular activities that are unique to expand on our varying gifts, talents, and interest.