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- College PrepB-
- Clubs & ActivitiesB
- Health & SafetyB+
- Resources & FacilitiesB-
Woodland High School is a public school located in Streator, IL. It has 160 students in grades 9-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 13 to 1. According to state test scores, 25% of students are at least proficient in math and 35% in reading.
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Culture & Safety
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Woodland High School Reviews
Woodland High School is a school that has only a few good teachers. The students are not learning as much as they should such as a limited number of electives. The school morale has gone down so much there is barely any pride. The school board is corrupt and will only follow their own interests. Certain parents have their way with everything even if it breaks the law. I would not want my children to go here. Even though it is a small community, the lack of opportunists does not make up for it. I would like to see a change in administration for anything to get fixed.
Woodland is a pre-k to 12th-grade school. We are all one big family. I have enjoyed my time at Woodland ever since I joined when I was in first grade. In high school, I realized that my school does not give out advanced placement classes. Which makes me at a lower playing field than most other students since I am not getting that chance of pushing my limits. We do not have a great number of electives either. My school mostly gives out classes that students need to graduate and that is it. I love going to school, unlike most other people. I am an officer in student council and snowball. Then I am a member of national honor society.
Woodland High School is a very close knit community with small town mentality. Most of my teachers were great, I always liked my English teachers the best, and my classes adequately prepared me for college, especially my College Prep English class. Because it was so small, everybody knew everybody, also because most of us had been in the same class since preschool. That's not always a great thing because then everybody is in everyone's business. I believe there is also a problem because parent's of schoolchildren also know everyone's business and it has been known that 'powerful' families/parents have a lot of say in school issues which I don't think should happen. I don't miss it and am looking forward to the rest of my college career with some fond memories of high school, and some not so fond.