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Pinckneyville Community High School
- Public School
- Pinckneyville, IL
- PK, 9-12
- Rating 3.69 out of 5 39 reviews
Junior: Pinckneyville Community High School has an amazing academic enviroment. I have greatly enjoyed my education at this high school. The teachers are kind and understanding, and overall very caring for the students. PCHS has gone above and beyond throughout the pandemic and in my eyes has handled the situation to the best of its ability. PCHS has many clubs and organizations that students have the opportunity to get heavily involved in. Not only does PCHS care about their student's education, but also their overall experience has a high school student.
- 456 Students
- 17:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
DuQuoin High School
- Duquoin Community Unit School District No. 300, IL
- PK, 9-12
- Rating 3.67 out of 5 33 reviews
Sophomore: I attend DuQuoin Illinois High School. As a whole, this school has a good academic program along with athletic programs and extracurricular activities. However, I have experienced some problems with teachers and their ability to help students like they say they will. There have been several times when I have gone to get help from a teacher and they weren't there and failed to come to their classroom. Some teachers keep students waiting outside of their classrooms even after the bell rang because they were talking with another teacher. This does not apply to all teachers, only a select few. However, this still occurs often enough that it affects my grades and knowledge in that particular class. DuQuoin High School does work hard to make sure that the students are safe and taken care of. This school also does its best to try to prepare students for college. I do believe that DuQuoin High School has done well with its students and does its best to prepare for their futures.
- 530 Students
- 15:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Christian Fellowship School
- Private School
- Du Quoin, IL
- PK, K-12
- Rating 5 out of 5 2 reviews
Senior: CFS is great for parents who want to send their child to a Christian-based school. Although classes are small, this only makes it easier for your child to receive assistance from their teachers. However, I do wish CFS would change the arrangement of their combined classes and would hire some more faculty.
- 87 Students
- 6:1 Student-Teacher Ratio