Galesburg High School
#277 Best Public High Schools in Illinois
- Galesburg Community Unit School District No. 205, IL
- 186 reviews
Alum: Kids are often pressured into taking classes they may not necessarily need nor enjoy. Like a lot of schools, sports rock the world and they have been cutting out clubs and activities as well as decreasing funding for music programs. AP classes are limited to Physics, Calculus, Biology, English Literature and English Language, but they have multiple honors classes. They are currently in the process of making changes to the curriculum as well as doing building renovations.
- 1,271 Students
- 14:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Knoxville Senior High School
#313 Best Public High Schools in Illinois
- Knoxville Community Unit School District No. 202, IL
- 90 reviews
Senior: Knoxville is a small community and the school district overall is pretty good. The teachers are nice and friendly. The class sizes aren’t to big, they’re the right size where the teacher can help everyone with their individual needs. Because the community is small everyone knows everyone in the school. The overall high school experience here is fun!
- 386 Students
- 15:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Abingdon-Avon High School
- Abingson-Avon CUSD No. 276, IL
- 10 reviews
Senior: The best aspect of Abingdon-Avon High School is the communal environment. What I mean by this is most teachers, staff, and faculty want their students to learn and be successful in life. They are all encouraging and accommodate each particular student in a way that best promotes their learning. They expect the best from their students and demand hard work to earn a grade that reflects such an embodiment of their achievement.
- 245 Students
- 12:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Williamsfield High School
- Williamsfield Community Unit School District No. 210, IL
- 4 reviews
Alum: It's a small school with the all of the usual advantages and disadvantages of small schools. There wasn't AP classes or anything similar when I went. It's a basic education, not really college prep, you took the classes given to you . But the building is small, class sizes very small, it supports a strong sense of community (which is good if you fit it, bad if you don't). I don't regret going there.
- 79 Students
- 7:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
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