Stark County High School
#125 Best Public High School Teachers in Illinois
- Stark County Community Unit School District No. 100, IL
- 33 reviews
Alum: I loved going to Stark County. I was able to be involved in everything and get to know everyone and every member of the faculty, including the janitors. However, if you aren't into sports there isn't much for you, but they are improving. They say that your friends from high school won't last, but from this school, they will. The school is so tight-knit within itself and the community. The school is the heart of this tiny county. We may not have a ton of resources, but the dedicated teachers are always looking for alternatives and looking for ways to prepares us for college and the workforce. Another great thing about this school is that you don't feel pressured that college is the only option. They definitely made trade schools and 2-year degrees a valuable option. I loved this school and I wouldn't trade this experience for anything.
- 214 Students
- 9:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Wethersfield Junior/Senior High School
#358 Best Public High School Teachers in Illinois
- Wethersfield Community Unit School District No. 230, IL
- 20 reviews
Senior: I like how involved the community is with the school. Almost everything at Wethersfield High School feels safe and like home. I've gone to this school my whole life, so I may have a bias opinion, but I think most concepts are exceptional. I think this school should incorporate better food choices for the students. I also believe everyone in the school should focus more on the academics than the athletics. Sports are very important to many at Wethersfield High School, maybe even too important. I believe if they toned it down on the sports, students would try to focus more on their academics.
- 245 Students
- 12:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Williamsfield High School
- Williamsfield Community Unit School District No. 210, IL
- 4 reviews
Alum: It's a small school with the all of the usual advantages and disadvantages of small schools. There wasn't AP classes or anything similar when I went. It's a basic education, not really college prep, you took the classes given to you . But the building is small, class sizes very small, it supports a strong sense of community (which is good if you fit it, bad if you don't). I don't regret going there.
- 73 Students
- 7:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
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