Norris City-Omaha-Enfield High School
- Norris City-Omaha-Enfield Community Unit School District No. 3, IL
- 5 reviews
Senior: I love the learning environment in my classes especially my math, science, and English classes. My teachers pushed us students very hard in our academics to make sure that we got the most information available to us. The school and community based around the school is very supportive and encouraging. The extracurricular activities that students can get involved in are diversified in ways that let everyone be able to become a part of something. Our school spirit is like no others because we love where we come from. Traditions are an enormous part of how NCOE runs and functions. Some traditions should be changed while others should always remain the same. Our school is proud of every student that graduates from it by hanging every graduating class up on the hallway walls from 1960’s to the graduating class of 2020 this coming year.
- 208 Students
- 13:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Gallatin High School
- Gallatin Community Unit School District No. 7, IL
- 24 reviews
Senior: The teachers are useful when you ask them for help. Some of the students are mean to each other, but most are nice. The teachers are caring and always willing to support and help you. If you are going through a difficult time, you could talk to a teacher for help. You can trust most of the teachers with personal issues. I grew up at this school and I have loved it. I moved away a few times, but always came back. I would like the backpack rule to change. I would want people to be able to take their backpacks to class, so they have to possibly be late to class just because they have to go to their locker.
- 205 Students
- 12:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Eldorado High School
- Eldorado Community Unit School District No. 4, IL
- 142 reviews
Senior: I love the teachers at my school. What I would change about my school is the extra classes. I would add more of a variety instead of the basic classes. I would add anatomy, astronomy, and other types of classes offered by many schools.
- 351 Students
- 14:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
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