Cisne High School
#234 Best Public High Schools in Illinois
- North Wayne Community Unit School District No. 200, IL
- 7 reviews
Senior: Cisne high school is a very small community so you know everyone you go to school with. We have more opportunity to grow as one big community instead of small groups existing, we exist as a big group together.
- 123 Students
- 9:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Edwards County High School
- Edwards County Community Unit School District No. 1, IL
- 25 reviews
Senior: Edwards County High School is a great a school. It is a great atmosphere and learning environment. The teachers at ECHS are extremely helpful and truly want to see you succeed. They are willingly to come in before school and after school to make sure the students understand the concepts. Not only are the teachers great but so are the students. Most of them truly care about each other and want everyone to do their best. Overall, Edwards County High School is a great small school with amazing people.
- 289 Students
- 15:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Fairfield Community High School
- Public School
- Fairfield, IL
- 68 reviews
Senior: Fairfield is a great school with many opportunities. The teachers are very understanding, but also push their students to strive for greatness. Sporting events have become a great thing in the small town. However, I believe the school needs to find a few more values in academics instead of sports. While the student's academic scores and ability continue to have a high rating, work is still needed to help the school grow to its fullest potential.
- 426 Students
- 18:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Grayville Junior/Senior High School
- Grayville Community Unit School District No. 1, IL
- 9 reviews
Senior: I've gone to Grayville Schools all my life, I know anything and everything about it. The teachers go above and beyond to help anybody who needs it. The students can usually offer to help one another. Classes tend to run very small like my class of 14. Which I think makes it easier for us kids who need a little extra help.
- 145 Students
- 10:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
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