Consolidated High School District No. 230 is a highly rated, public school district located in Orland Park, IL. It has 7,621 students in grades 9-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 16 to 1. According to state test scores, 42% of students are at least proficient in math and 51% in reading.
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Consolidated High School District No. 230 Reviews
My experience with district 230 would have to be amazing. Everyday I go to school and learn something new. My school is very diverse and with that I get to meet new people with different cultures. My teachers are outstanding and I feel like over the years I have grow relationships with them. I feel very safe here and I know I have people looking out for me. I get involved with either it be a club or sport. I have done student council, which was a fun way to meet other students and to get involve. For my first two years I was a three sport athlete. I was in volleyball, basketball and soccer and along with club soccer. My coaches were amazing and I loved being part of all that! My years in district 230 and unexplainable!
District No. 230 has three main schools: Stagg, Andrew, and Sandburg. I personally attended Stagg high school. To say the very least, I received the typical high school experience: didn't know my social scene, got bullied, figured out my true friends, and had fun. However, the one anomaly to my high school experience was the high school itself. Stagg is much different than Andrew and Sandburg. We, as a school, all collectively grew together as young adults, embraced our differences, and had fun while doing it. District 230. It is really the little things that matter. I would only suggest that we have more "Say Something" weeks in order to diversify friend groups and all be friends or acquaintances. Overall, my experience in District 230 was very good.
I have been in the district since first grade, and am a junior in Carl Sandburg, which is my second year in the district since I left freshman year for a school in the city. Sometimes the lines blur between schools, but if I really searched, I would know why D230 was a better for me. What made D230 stand out to me throughout the years was the amount of help someone could get if they were stuck with a subject. Sophomore year, I constantly went to my chemistry teacher's extra help, which she took out of her own time, from 6 to 9 pm almost every Wednesday. This helped me tremendously, along with other kids who went to the review. My math teacher had reviews too, from 3 to 4 pm after school every Tuesday, and often on days before quizzes or tests to provide extra help. As someone who prefers my own teachers over tutors, it helped me in more ways than one to have another chance to truly grasp the knowledge my teacher provided.