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Po Box 539
Earlville, IL 60518

(815) 246-8361
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no rating November 24, 2008
The teachers arent the problem at Earlville Schools. Its the Administration and the School Board. The head administrator is extremely rude and arrogant. So are some of the school board members when administration problems were brought up to them. The teachers get the fall out.

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July 17, 2008
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February 04, 2006
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- submitted by a former student
September 17, 2005
I recently left the Earlville school district after 5 years. During that five years my son was exposed to teachers who were at times insensitive and cruel. Though are some dedicated teacher at Earlville, there are just as many that have lost their compassion and heart for the job. Furthermore their special education resources are limited at best. Overall the district needs a trememndous amount of improvements.

- submitted by a parent
June 01, 2005
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- submitted by a student
January 28, 2005
Alright, as a recently graduated student from Earlville High, I will say it is definetly not a 5 star school. However, it is not a terrible school. The students don't have near as many opportunities as big schools, but that's not necessarily the schools fault. Earlville is a tiny town that consists of too many bars and has a hard time getting funding. The school is a huge part of the community and it is very involved in the activities that happen at the school. Many of the teachers are very good at providing plenty of equal amounts of attention to the students. There are the exceptions, but for the most part they are amazing. I can honestly say that at least 5 of my high school teachers are better than my college professors. As far as extra curriculars go, the athletics are very limited and clubs are non-existent.

- submitted by a former student
October 27, 2004
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- submitted by a parent
May 04, 2004
I will go along with this, but this school provides what the children need to get them school. The teachers at Earlville provide care and extra help if needed. These teachers work very hard to help these children be successful. I went to school in Earlville and I can pretty much say that I am very successful because of this school.

- submitted by a former student
May 04, 2004
This school is wonderful. I have four children with three presently enrolled. The leadership is outstanding. Academics are stressed over sports. My children have done well in both. The math program in particular is exceptional. The high school consistently wins the district title. The availability of technology is top notch. There is a complete computer curriculum. Discipline is good. The students don't get away with much. They seem happy as a group.

- submitted by a parent
April 03, 2004
This school is a huge disappointment. I have one child enrolled and because he's the artistic boy, not an athlete, he definetly get treated different. This school does not have a shining academic profile so they focus on sports. The leadership is lacking. Children get hurt, on school grounds, serious injuries, and they take no action against the assailants except a two day suspension, if that. That's a party for those kids. They do not call police regularly, for fights, or EMTs for injuries (involving blood) I know first hand. My son has one wonderful teacher, who works with him, allowing him to shine, differences and all. To ensure your child is world ready, do not, let them graduate here. Send them to a private/religous school for 9-12. They do not prepare here, they just push them along to graduate.

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Earlville Elementary School
Po Box 539, Earlville, IL  60518
(815) 246-8361
Last modified Earlville Elementary School is a Public school that serves grades PK-8. It has received a GreatSchools rating of 5 out of 10 based on academic quality.
Earlville Elementary School Rating: 3 out of 5 based on 10 reviews. Top