Limestone Community High School District No. 310 is a public school district located in Peoria, IL. It has 1,084 students in grades 9-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 14 to 1. According to state test scores, 22% of students are at least proficient in math and 27% in reading.
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Limestone Community High School District No. 310 Reviews
Limestone Community High School is an average high school. It is diverse in many ways. My experience there was unique. I enjoyed school events and activities and was allowed to express myself. I enjoyed Easter Seals week in the spring. Limestone works with life skills and is a big supporter of Easter Seals. A downside of Limestone is the academic curriculum. The classes are not weighed but they should be. It is not fair to the students that are in the enriched classes, taking more difficult courses.
The teachers at Limestone are for the most part very invested in providing a great education to every student there. The sports teams are good, with Basketball and baseball both making it far in the state tournament within the last 6 years as well as the Football team making the playoffs 2 times in the last 5 years. The arts program is excellent and continues to show forward progress. The band is amazing, the Madrigal dinner put on by the choir will blow your mind, and the theater is full of great talent year in and year out.
I liked my experience here and couldn't imagine going to high school anywhere else. The school is very sport orientated and that works out well if you are an athlete. The teachers try to be as helpful as possible and assisted me whenever I asked for it. My classes challenged me enough to where I wasn't bored with them. One thing that I really appreciated being a part of was our annual Easter seals fundraiser that always unites the student body. The school values the students safety and has put in new rules to help guarantee our safety. The four years I had here will be unforgettable.