Warrensburg-Latham Community Unit School District No. 11 is an above average, public school district located in Warrensburg, IL. It has 973 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 16 to 1. According to state test scores, 26% of students are at least proficient in math and 37% in reading.
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Warrensburg-Latham Community Unit School District No. 11 Reviews
In comparison to other area school, Warrensburg-Latham has a better atmosphere. The smaller class sizes allow for a better connection with your peers and one on one time with teachers. However, since it is a smaller school district, there is a limit to the courses they can offer. Despite that, the last several years, the administration has been making a push to explore new course options. Additionally, with the exception of a few, the staff is well suited for the positions they are in.
I felt Warrensburg was a really good school. Everyone was nice, teachers were good, food wasn’t terrible, and the sports were good. When it came to college readiness I didn’t feel like I was prepared all the way to go to college.
I've gone to Warresnburg since I was in kindergarten so I've been through many changes and have also seen many changes the school has gone through. I loved my experience here and being able to grow up around the same people and create a strong bond with my peers. Although my school is small, I have created a couple new friendships each year and have leaned new things about people that I didn't know before. If I could change one thing about the school would be to have more sports and activities, that way everyone would be able to be apart of something. It always makes people feel better when they are included in activities and clubs.