Midwest Central High School
- MANITO, IL
Midwest Central High School Reviews
Rating 3.16 out of 5 43 reviews
A very warm and welcoming community, has diversity, has programs for the arts, students are able to connect with the teachers.
Due to the isolation of the school in the midwestern countryside, there is little to no diversity along with a hierarchy for the students.
I loved going to school here. The teachers and administrators are very good about making a personal connection with each student. I was able to get all the help I needed with literally anything. Great place!
My experience with going to high school here was good. I had the ability to get close and have one on one time with teachers when I needed help. The biggest downfall was they didn't prepare me well for college classes. They didn't have many different options for classes.
MCHS, overall, has really good teachers and staff. When approached, they are open to listening to new ideas.
Midwest Central High School gave me the perfect opportunity to blossom as a person. I really came into my own. Even though they are a small town school, they were very accepting of those considered different. I never felt threatened as a member of the LGTBQ+ community, and I was even able to help form a club based on said community. All opinions were allowed, and discussion was always encouraged. I felt safe there, and I always knew that I had people to talk to if I needed.
Very nice staff members. They will help in every way possible! It’s a small school so you get to know everyone. The community is very involved with the school and helps a lot!
At this school there is zero bullying and a small school! No stairs and the classes are easy to find. My four years here have been great and I wouldn't want to graduate high school anywhere else.
Midwest Central was a whirlwind experience. They have very smart teachers, but some teachers lack the skill it takes to teach.
Some teachers genuinely care about the students whereas others don't want to be there.
there is not a big difference
teachers "spoon feed" a lot of kids
nothing real bad ever happens
they try to get everyone involved
some teachers do not push you enough to get you ready for college
The education doesn't suit my needs, but there are good people there.
The administrators try to enforce some rules but forget about others. The strict rules on PDA are forgotten but the dress code is heavily enforced.