River Trail School
#14 Most Diverse Public Elementary Schools in Lake County
- Gurnee School District No. 56, IL
- 1 review
Alum: The school offers a nice opportunity to advanced students who are interested in mathematics. Aside from the advanced math class, there is no ability for a student to challenge themself. Additionally, there is no variety in classes that a student can take; every student follows the same, cookie-cutter curriculum.
- 483 Students
- 15:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Country Meadows Elementary School
#15 Most Diverse Public Elementary Schools in Lake County
- Kildeer Countryside Community Consolidated School District No. 96, IL
- 1 review
Niche User: the school is good. most of the teachers are nice. the food is disgusting. clubs are pretty fun but i would not recommend doing certain grade levels for certain clubs, because everyone should be able to do any club their heart desires. overall i rate it a 4/5
- 392 Students
- 11:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Woodland Intermediate School
#16 Most Diverse Public Elementary Schools in Lake County
- Woodland Community Consolidated School District No. 50, IL
- 3 reviews
Works Here: This school is phenomenal! Every staff member goes above and beyond. Students are treated as individuals and their learning environment is exemplary. I am so pleased with all this school does/provides/offers its students and staff. THANK YOU!!
- 1,254 Students
- 14:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Indian Hill Elementary School
#21 Most Diverse Public Elementary Schools in Lake County
- Round Lake Community Unit School District No. 116, IL
- 2 reviews
Parent: Great school!! This school has made many improvements and is not as bad as everone thinks it is i would definitely recommend sending your kids here.
- 518 Students
- 16:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Olive C. Martin School
#26 Most Diverse Public Elementary Schools in Lake County
- Lake Villa Community Consolidated School District No. 41, IL
- 1 review
Parent: The teachers, principal and staff are amazing. The foster a culture that is inclusive, fun and extremely conducive to learning. They teach more than the three R's and STEM. Each person actively engages students to help the children become all they can be.
In my opinion, the hot lunches leave a lot to be desired on both nutritional and palatable scales.
Also, we parents aren't as engaged as we can be. It seems like the PTO is always needing to beg at the last minute for volunteers. Also, more parents helping, especially for the early levels would be a huge plus.
- 628 Students
- 17:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
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