Jersey Community Unit School District No. 100 is a public school district located in Jerseyville, IL. It has 2,556 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 20 to 1. According to state test scores, 35% of students are at least proficient in math and 38% in reading.
Jersey Community Unit School District No. 100 Rankings
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Elementary Schools in Jersey Community Unit School District No. 100
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- B98 Students
- B-97 Students
- B70 Students
- A+49 Students
- B+32 Students
- A-30 Students
- C+21 Students
- B21 Students
- B21 Students
- B+19 Students
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Jersey Community Unit School District No. 100 Reviews
My experience at JCHS has been great! What I love most is the sense of community I feel whenever I go to anything, whether it be a band concert, musical, or a boys' basketball game. I also love how much the teachers are committed to making sure students are successful! I wouldn't change anything regarding Jersey District 100. The schools in Jersey District 100 are blessed by the best and I wish more people realized how much our District gives to us. The schools throughout the district are provided with tools for academic achievement, like smart boards. At the high school, there are elective classes such as accounting, business, foods, drafting, woods, choir, band and many more amazing classes, which help students later in college and even in their careers.
I liked jersey community highschool because it was a small school. Having a small school allowed for students to feel safe and known. I think Jersey Community High could change the culture to be more kid friendly. Our students are full of innovative ideas, let them try to have a say.
Jersey Community School District 100 has always been there for the students and it supports the community. However, I was poorly prepared for college at the University of Illinois in Urbana-Champaign. Most of the people in my college classes entered their freshman year in a sophomore standing due to AP credits. I had none. That is enough for me to lower it to 3 stars.