Bell-Graham Elementary School
57 Best Public Elementary Schools in Illinois
- St. Charles Community Unit School District No. 303, IL
Parent: Bell-Graham is one big family with excellent educators and students.
The teachers and staff at this school are the best. They truly care about the whole child, not just their academics but with their well-being.
- 424 Students
- 16:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
GEMS World Academy Chicago
- Private School
- Chicago, IL
- PK, K-10
Parent: (Part 1/2)
What else can be said about this amazing community?
Let's start with the administration. This team of professionals is second to none. Led by Andrew Sherman at the time of the writing, we received much more than expected. At every stage of our child's time here from admission forward, we were met with courteous, friendly, and professional individuals. Paired with the teaching staff, this group of family-oriented professionals know how to make a family feel welcomed.
Speaking of the teachers, they all deserve awards! Though we only have one child in the lower school, we often interact with the children in other grades. Be it at a school function, philanthropic event, or social gathering outside of the school, we're constantly impressed by the heightened degree of intellect that these children display. This is a great example of how a child can progress when given the right environment to thrive, the teachers at GEMS World Academy Chicago create this environment...
- 440 Students
- 8:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Liberty Elementary School
515 Best Public Elementary Schools in Illinois
- School District U-46, IL
High School Freshman: The different eventstyles the school held for us allowed the students to engage their learning in a fun environment. Liberty held an annual reading picnic outside near the end of each school year. This event was school wide and lasted nearly the entire day. We all brought our books outside and sat on the grass (or a towel) while reading our books and sharing our knowledge of the books. I really loved this event because the whole school was doing it together which made it fun for everyone. It wouldn't have been possible without the input from parents and our PTO.
- 675 Students
- 19:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
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