Pearl City High School
#193 Best Public High School Teachers in Illinois
- Pearl City Community Unit School District No. 200, IL
- 19 reviews
Senior: The teachers at Pearl City are very knowledgeable and work to prepare their students for after high school. They are committed to their jobs and put their students' needs first. However, Pearl City doesn't offer AP classes for those who wish to pursue a degree in something challenging or for those who want to take challenging courses. Pearl City also doesn't offer classes like welding and automotive classes which I think decreases the enrollment as many students around here go into those career fields.
- 132 Students
- 11:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Stockton Senior High School
#282 Best Public High School Teachers in Illinois
- Stockton Community Unit School District No. 206, IL
- 30 reviews
Senior: Stockton High School is a great High School to attend. I recommend it to everyone. It is a very safe and organized High School. The teacher's are all great at their job, very nice, and teach in a brilliant way. I have been at Stockton High School for three and a half years, and it has been a blast. I have had fun and enjoy each and every day. The main thing I would do better is preparing th students for the outside world, whether its work or college. I am not to confident that students are fully prepared for the world, when they graduate Stockton High School. All in all it is a wonderful school, and I am proud to attend it.
- 176 Students
- 12:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Lena-Winslow High School
- Lena Winslow Community Unit School District No. 202, IL
- 32 reviews
Senior: At Lena-Winslow, I love all the activities I’m allowed to participate in. If one conflicts with the other, the people in charge of each activity have the ability to be understanding and will work it out so it’s fair for both programs. However, I feel like not all students get recognized. I think that could change. It seems like if you aren’t in football or volleyball, they don’t even acknowledge your accomplishments. I think that could change a little.
- 248 Students
- 14:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
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