Would you recommend attending Waukegan High School if you had the choice? Why or why not?

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Anonymous, Student, Waukegan High School, Class of 2016

I think i wouldn't recommend attending Waukegan High school. Because the teachers don't fully prepare us for big things that are heading our way, their grading skills are very poorly, they usually let us do whatever we want, also because we always don't have the equipment to learn, Money is a huge issue in Waukegan public schools, most of the money goes to flat screen TV's and the some of the other who knows where it goes. There's so many problems the schools have but its always a good way to go to school with your friends that you've knowned for a long time.

Anonymous, Student, Waukegan High School, Class of 2016

Yes, but only join if you are motivated to reach all of your goals such as college or even the military. There will be people who will try to bring you down, but if you are set on what you want to do, you will find a group of people that will make you feel happy and appreciated.

Anonymous, Student, Waukegan High School, Class of 2016

I would recommend it. It might not be the best school ever, but it definitely helps a person grow. It teaches you to deal with difficult situation and get past them. It's made me a better person and I've met my closest me friends there.

Anonymous, Student, Waukegan High School, Class of 2016

I would not attend Waukegan High School if I had the choice. The years I spent there were okay and if I could redo them at a different school I most definitely would. I believe Waukegan High School doesn't really do much for kids and their future, and didn't have as many resources as other neighboring high schools. The food was bad, some of the staff members weren't friendly, and I believe I missed out on most opportunities other kids at other schools had. I really hated it there so that's why I'm trying my hardest to go to college/university and love my school for once.

Anonymous, Student, Waukegan High School, Class of 2016

Not really because I feel like resources are limited here and there aren't as many things offered as with other schools. Ex: sports, clubs, classes.

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