ROWVA Senior High School
#254 Best Public High Schools in Illinois
- Rio-Oneida-Wataga-Victoria-Altona (ROWVA) Community Unit School District No. 208, IL
- 62 reviews
Senior: While ROWVA is very small, it has some of the nicest staff and students that you will come across. ROWVA staff always puts the student first and cares enough to connect with every student. Students are offered a variety of extra curriculars and clubs, as well as numerous classes to take.
- 281 Students
- 11:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Galva Junior/Senior High School
#308 Best Public High Schools in Illinois
- Galva Community Unit School District No. 224, IL
- 21 reviews
Senior: The faculty are very nice and more than willing to help you exceed.
Every year, more clubs and organizations are created to cater to the interests of the students. Students are allowed to create clubs themselves so long as they find a sponsor within the school (which is more than easy to do.)
The student body as a whole are very kind and supportive of their fellow students. Everyone's friends with everyone in a school like Galva Jr./Sr. High School.
Students are also allowed to take college classes concurrently with their high school classes from their freshman year: however, this is totally optional. This is a great program for exceptionally brilliant students. Many students graduate from high school while also graduating from Black Hawk College with their associates degree.
There are not a whole lot of diversity, mostly because Galva is a small, rural Midwestern town. However, students are accepting of all ethnicities and racism is practically nonexistent in this school.
- 230 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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