Glenwood High School
#94 Best Public High Schools in Illinois
- Ball Chatham Community Unit School District No. 5, IL
- 264 reviews
Senior: I love the environment at Glenwood High School! All the teachers and students are so caring and respectful to others. There are so many different clubs, activities, and sport opportunities for everyone! The academic level prepares you perfectly for college and is very appropriate for all learning levels.
- 1,403 Students
- 20:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
New Berlin High School
#228 Best Public High Schools in Illinois
- New Berlin Community Unit School District No. 16, IL
- 74 reviews
Senior: I enjoyed the small size of the school. It caused many tight knit friend groups. Also, the individuals in my school got along fairly well and bullying was not a huge issue inside the school. Most teachers were very helpful and caring. There were, though, some teachers who could be pretty harsh and not very helpful when asked questions. Overall, New Berlin is a very good community and the faculty is mostly caring.
- 249 Students
- 15:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Waverly Junior/Senior High School
- Waverly Community Unit School District No. 6, IL
- 12 reviews
Senior: I like the people at this school; there are very few people that have any problems with respect. I would say that they should plan things better, such as calling snow days when we legitimately need them. I’m not saying that so I don’t have to go to school; there are times when the roads are pure ice and they don’t cancel school for the day. One day they did that I saw a kid walking to school and they slipped on the ice and fell into the road.
- 172 Students
- 16:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Auburn High School
- Auburn Community Unit School District No. 10, IL
- 40 reviews
Senior: I love Auburn High School! We have a tight-knit community and everyone supports the school. People in town always attend the sporting events and we have a great football and basketball team. Our coaches are the best! The teachers are supportive and nice and our student council does a lot for the community. For example, we collect canned goods for the local food pantry and we have had multiple fund raisers for teachers and community members with cancer. We recently had a Veteran's Day assembly where the school invites local veterans in and honors them. We have a lot of pride in our school and it shows.
- 393 Students
- 14:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
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