Joliet Township High School District No. 204 is a public school district located in Joliet, IL. It has 6,401 students in grades 9-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 19 to 1. According to state test scores, 12% of students are at least proficient in math and 19% in reading.
300 Caterpillar Dr
Joliet, IL 60436
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Joliet Township High School District No. 204 Reviews
The experience that I had in Joliet Central High School was great. This school gives students a lot of opportunities for them to become someone brilliant. It also provides honor and AP classes! I recommend any parents are there to send their kids here, the school environment is very friendly. The teachers really do take their time to help students and guide them along the way, making no sure is left behind. The staff in this school is so welcoming. Joliet Township High Schools is somewhere where students need to go to experience all of the things this school provides. This school is so diverse, there is many cultures its a cool chance to meet new people, make new friends, connections. There is many after school clubs available, there's is a club for anybody
My experience with Joliet Township High School District No. 204 has proven to be very well. First of all, teachers are very willing to help students. Many teachers provide opportunities to retake exams after completing more coursework to prove that the student is ready to retake the exam. There are also many opportunities for students to go into school early or stay later with teachers or student tutors in order to help further their understanding in any subject. Aside from this, the students themselves are overall very accepting of one another. There is a large diversity in the student body and in the amount of clubs and sports available. Everyone supports one another which has been proven through the seasonal assemblies.
I enjoy my teachers and peers around me. I also appreciate that we are given our own laptops to do our work. Something I would want to change is more money put towards extra curricular activities like band/rotc for example, or even certain parts of the buildings that could definitely be remodeled.