- Skokie, IL
Niles Township Community High School District No. 219 Rankings
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Niles Township Community High School District No. 219 Reviews
Review Niles Township Community High School District No. 219
What is most appealing about the Niles Township District is definitely its diversity. Some even say that it may be the most diverse district in the state of Illinois! Attending a large high school representative of so many cultures has made me more open-minded, accepting, and interested in the identities of my fellow classmates. Academically, the school provides so many opportunities. The school adheres to the individual needs of every student, ranging from special education to advanced placement level students. Overall, it is a great school.
Niles Township High Schools may be the best high schools in the country. They have a very diverse community, they give many opportunities to students to pursue a career in any field from athletics to medicine, they have a very diverse community with many different cultures coming together in a very friendly environment, they have many facilities for students and athletes to use to advance in their physical appearance, and many more unimaginable things. Niles Township High Schools give students the best experience in order to prepare them for high school. If I ever have kids, I will send them straight to this school!
I loved being from one of the most diverse school districts in Illinois--I think it taught me a lot about other people's cultures and allowed me to be accepting of others. Additionally, having a plethora of opportunities and facilities available to me supported my wanting to be as well-rounded as possible. The major issue I had, as I find with many other schools, is that it seems to value athletics over education a whole lot more, with accolades and news reports usually starring the athletes rather than the musicians, science fair scholars, and others who seldom get proper recognition. A budget cut during my senior in all departments excluding the athletic department was also disappointing