Plainfield North High School Reviews
Rating 3.63 out of 5 431 reviews
Terrible athletic experience, overall. Kids are not chosen based upon skill, especially for baseball. It is very political, everyone that was friends with the Coaches or Coaches Son, made the team with ease. There were also multiple people that didnt go to the first day of tryouts, that made the team. Overall, it is total nonsense. No surprise Plainfield North Highschool is consistently ranked below Naperville schools. Sad!
I’ve been doing remote learning, and I can say that the school is fantastic when it comes to teaching virtually.
The teachers there are all extremely nice. They’re all helpful and they want to see all their students succeed.
Plainfield North has school spirit, a variety of academic courses available with plenty of options for AP or dual credit, and pretty good teachers. The student body lacks diversity but it's not the worst.
I liked how inclusive the school is. The administration gave students plenty of opportunities to socialize and be a part of the school. There was always a teacher or a counselor ready to help and guide us.
My overall experience with Plainfield North is pretty good. I don't really have any complaints about it. The teachers there, overall, were very nice and were there after school if you were confused on the class and needed extra tutoring. The students there are very diverse so you don't get the feeling that no ones knows what you are going through. There is always someone that understands you on a personal level and will help you with things that you are struggling with.
I had a pretty good experience at Plainfield North High School overall. The teachers and staff were always helpful and supportive. I feel like it was a great stepping stone for college.
Overall not bad, they provided me with the correct education and athletics. I made a ton of friends but the overall acceptance and welcoming could’ve been better.
It needs a lot more diversity. Though there are some ways that the school tries to encourage diversity through its clubs , they weren’t properly organized.
I absolutely love my school. The teachers here are very supportive and professional. Even though we are doing remote learning right now, I feel that the teachers are doing an outstanding job.
What I really loved about Plainfield North High School was the hands-on engaged learning there throughout my four years. My teachers really understood me as a student, they understood my strengths and weaknesses and they really were determined to get me in the direction I wanted to go in which was attending a four-year college/university. What I also found very helpful was that teachers were willing to help me anytime, whether it was getting help from them after school or offering extra practice homework to me which i found very beneficial because it helped an area of study come clear to me and made me a better thinker. I without a doubt feel that high school will prepare me for my future ahead and my teachers have done an extraordinary job in preparing me for the life I want to live. The friends I've gotten throughout my high school experience have done a wonderful job as well, They have given me the inspiration to put my mind to anything which I choose to do.
Plainfield North is a brilliant school that adhered to my academic and social needs. During my time there, I was able to experience different activities as well as learn new information in class.
Plainfield North is a really good school, there are many things to get involved in, and the people are very nice.
I had a wonderful time at Plainfield North. The faculty and the staff was great and they helped me with a lot.
The teachers are great at my school, all very willing to help with anything needed. I would say the sports are rigged, meaning the selection process for sports try outs are often favored.
It was an alright school. The only sport they care about is football and put all their funding towards that. Some good teachers
This school offers amazing courses that varies in each department. They offer many Ap courses, lots of art classes, and a lot of courses that vary in difficulty & there are many opportunities that adapt to what you want for your education. For example, they provide students the opportunity to get a head start in their math and foreign language career in middle school and allow you to skip courses for a more difficult one if you are capable to do so. The teachers are 50/50. Many teachers are amazing, educated, and connect with their students, but some cannot teach well. However, there are not many events, school, spirit, social programs, and etc throughout the year which makes having a social life in school & enjoying school very difficult. There is only one school dance, homecoming, and even homecoming week is not enjoyable. I would like to see more of a balance between social and academics here at Plainfield North.