Illinois Valley Central High School
#261 Best Public High Schools in Illinois
- Illinois Valley Central School District No. 321, IL
- 45 reviews
Junior: I was new to the district my Freshman year. Although it was a little difficult to find friends, I eventually started to find my rhythm and become friends with some amazing people. The school has a good variety of clubs and activities available to students. I myself am part of Book club, Scolastic bowl, and JOI club to name a few. They really encourage students to be involved and make it easy for freshmen/ new students to join clubs and sports. For students who wish to go into an artistic field or into the trades, IVC is an amazing school. They offer a wide range of classes and even prepare them for the future through work based learning and advanced classes focused on assembling portfolios to submit into colleges. On the downside, the district makes it hard for students to truly get ahead because they don't start foreign language or advanced math until high school. Personally, this caused problems for me and my schedule because I was in advanced classes at my old district.
- 598 Students
- 13:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Midland High School
#311 Best Public High Schools in Illinois
- Midland Community Unit School District No. 7, IL
- 27 reviews
Alum: MHS was my home away from home for four years! The staff is phenomenal. The academic rigor is very competitive and they rank among one of the strongest academic schools in the area.
- 195 Students
- 12:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Henry-Senachwine High School
- Henry-Senachwine Community Unit School District No. 5, IL
- 33 reviews
Senior: I loved going to high school here! I feel it has gotten me very ready for going to college. I loved the teachers who have thought me, like our science teachers and math teachers. we have many sports for people to play including basketball, softball, baseball, volleyball, track, and cross country. the environment is very good for new students as well, we might be a small school but we are a family. We have 8 our days, with 8 class periods. We have classes for welding, lots of art classes, music, and choir. We even have a program for seniors and juniors where you can go to LP and learn other concepts, like beauty school, becoming CNA's, which I have many friends have, you can go and work with kids too! I would recommend going to Henry Senachwine High School for anyone!
- 154 Students
- 9:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
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