Joliet Township High School District No. 204 is an above average, public school district located in Joliet, IL. It has 6,584 students in grades 9-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 19 to 1. According to state test scores, 26% of students are at least proficient in math and 28% in reading.
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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
As a student at Joliet West High School, I can tell there are some differences between the West Campus and the Central Campus. Much of the money is spent on the Central Campus, with commodities such as their state-of-the-art auto tech workshop and student center. With the West Campus, we don't have either of those. However, in terms of athletics and clubs, the West Campus comes out on top. Much of the sports teams are performing well, as well as club membership is at an all-time high. There is even a competitive marching band for the West Campus, but not Central.
I work at JTHS Central Campus and I enjoy it very much. This school is in a low-income area of Joliet and although lots of families fall below the poverty line, the students are great and it is a very good school. I work with teen parents and although some struggle to stay in school while attending school, they still try as hard as they can, and with the support of the school, everyone works together to help these parents graduate and make something of their future.