Mascoutah Community Unit School District No. 19 Rankings
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Elementary Schools in Mascoutah Community Unit School District No. 19
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- B97 Students
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- B40 Students
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- A+31 Students
- B28 Students
- A-26 Students
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Mascoutah Community Unit School District No. 19 Reviews
I feel safe while attending MHS. I have had AMAZING teachers that have been supportive, friendly, and understanding. Although some of our school counselors do little to nothing to prepare the sr class into college. The food isn't very good, but then again what school lunch is. Our student body is made up of may different ethnicities and personalities. Our school reviles in our numerous amounts of sports and activities that suites any one students desires. Going to MHS has made my high school experience fun and I would recommend anyone to attend our quint school.
My high school is in a small town that consists of civilian and military residents. The teachers at my school have shown me over the years their individualized ability to adapt to the ever-changing classroom as its dynamics evolve due to the military child. It is an ever-changing event at our high school as the military base hosts Marines, Army, Air Force and Coast Guard. This influx of students can throw even the best teacher off their game; never knowing which student is staying for the whole year or who might be entering during the semester. I commend the teachers as they work with each new student. I think one of the best attributes a revolving classroom has to offer a teacher are the many diversities that present themselves to the teaching environment. It is this quality of embracing the ever changing classroom that enriches our high school teachers. I am grateful to see how the teacher’s style and quality of teaching changes with each new student.
Overall, I'm happy with my education. It's a very average school in terms of rigor and quality of the education. Some teachers are standouts who I will always remember, while a handful of others only have their jobs still because of their tenure. The doesn't offer many extracurricular or AP classes, but they do have programs with nearby colleges that allow to take dual credit. While there is nothing spectacular about the school, it is a better quality education and experience than many others in the area.