Williamsville High School
#124 Best Public High Schools in Illinois
- Williamsville Community Unit School District No. 15, IL
- 63 reviews
Senior: I liked Williamsville High School because it is such a small school and everybody knows everybody. I like our strive for excellence and good sportsmanship. I love the positive atmosphere. From the faculty and staff to the students everyone is affable. It is also such a positive learning environment. No matter the game, the match, the parade. The parents, students, and community are always there. Things that I wish were different, the school hallways should have more school spirit. The last three years of high school were boring. But, overall so far this year, the hallways and students seem to be so bright and happy. I really enjoyed my experience at Williamsville High School, It's always better to be a Bullet!
- 467 Students
- 15:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Riverton High School
- Riverton Community Unit School District No. 14, IL
- 66 reviews
Alum: Riverton High School is a small school filled with teachers who genuinely care about their students. Like any school it has its flaws, but Riverton has a charismatic administration and a bright future.
- 407 Students
- 19:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Tri-City High School
- Tri-City Community Unit School District No. 1, IL
- 10 reviews
High School Senior: The classes offered at our school has increased a lot in the past few years. We have some honors classes, but not any AP classes. Some students are allowed to take independent classes if it is absolutely necessary. The scheduling is very tight since there is mostly one teacher per class type. Workload is usually either very light or very heavy. There aren't a lot of special study options outside of the science department. We are getting a new science teacher because she has poor people skills and didn't know most of the material she was attempting to teach. Many of the teachers could be better. We've had five different Spanish teachers in 4 years. We are looking for another new one this year.
- 139 Students
- 10:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
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