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  1. #84 Best Private High Schools in Illinois.

    Peoria Notre Dame High School

    Private School,

    PEORIA, IL,

    9-12,

    147 Niche users give it an average review of 3.9 stars.

    Featured Review: Works Here says I have been teaching here for one year. The COVID crisis was handled with great care and left me very impressed. Our reopening policies have been top-notch in terms of safety and compliance with...We have very hard-working students, who are mostly respectful and easy to handle. I am saying this as a 2nd-year teacher with little to no classroom management skills. Despite rising tuition, our...One growth point would be faculty retention (though there is a swell in retirements and this might be the reason). I am deeply grateful to be a part of this community.

    Read 147 reviews.

    Overall Niche Grade: A minus,

    Students: 755,

    Student-Teacher Ratio: 15 to 1,

  2. Bethel Lutheran School

    Private School,

    MORTON, IL,

    PK, K-8,

    1 Niche users give it an average review of 5 stars.

    Featured Review: Parent says Our 3 sons attended Bethel Lutheran School years ago but we remain involved with the school & know many current parents in grade levels. They provide everything you would want for your child;...1. During interview for PhD neuropsychology program, they asked our son how he became interested in science, he told them about Bethel and his science experience there2. Another son attributed his paper writing skills in college to what he learned at Bethel. I could go on & on.....

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    Students: 229,

    Student-Teacher Ratio: 15 to 1,