High Schools in Elgin, IL

Map of Elgin, IL with School District Boundaries

School Type Students Student to Teacher Ratio Free or Reduced Lunch School District
Abbott Middle School Public 473 13.8 77%
Central School Program Public 130 9.5 72%
Elgin Academy Private 460 8.0
Elgin High School Public 2,439 17.2 77%
Ellis Middle School Public 655 13.0 88%
Gifford St Regional Safe School Prog Public 9 67%
Gifford Street High School Public 207 9.6 88%
Hamilton Academy Private 18 4.0
Harvest Christian Academy Private 632 16.0
Institute Of Islamic Education Private 113 11.0
Kimball Middle School Public 676 13.2 76%
Larkin Center School Private 50 5.0
Larkin High School Public 1,934 15.7 73%
Larsen Middle School Public 688 13.2 79%
St Edward Central Catholic High School Private 430 15.0
Summit School Private 79 5.0
The Einstein Academy Private 101 5.0
Westminster Christian School Private 457 12.0

Listed below are all public and private high schools located in Elgin, Illinois. Click on the public or private school to view that specific high school's details

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Number of Schools

Number of Schools in Nearby Cities

Number of Schools
Elgin 18
Streamwood 7
Carpentersville 5
Bartlett 3
South Elgin 2
Pingree Grove 1

Number of Schools in Elgin Compared Statewide

Elgin has 18 school(s)

Number of Schools
Elgin 25.8125
7
5.4375
4.3125
4
3.3125
3
3
2.5625
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
1.625
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1

Student Enrollment

Student Enrollment in Nearby Cities

Student Enrollment in Nearby Cities
Elgin 9542
South Elgin 3738
Bartlett 3655
Streamwood 3645
Carpentersville 3266
Pingree Grove 827

Number of Students in Elgin Compared Statewide

Elgin has 9542 students(s)

Number of Schools
Elgin 16509.3125
4365.6875
3466.125
2804.5
2369.9375
2049.0625
1781.625
1376.3125
1212.0625
995.25
796.5
673.75
588
526.3125
464.6875
408.5
366.75
333.5
309.1875
281.6875
253.4375
231.6875
211.75
191.6875
170.375
154.0625
138.5625
120.8125
104.9375
73.3125
50.1875
29.6875
16.5
3.375
0
0
0

Student Teacher Ratio

Student Teacher Ratio in Nearby Cities

Student Teacher Ratio in Nearby Cities
Pingree Grove 10.7
Carpentersville 13.7
Elgin 14.8
Streamwood 15.2
South Elgin 17.4
Bartlett 17.7

Student Teacher Ratio in Elgin Compared Statewide

Elgin has a 14.8 student teacher ratio

Student Teacher Ratio in Elgin Compared Statewide
0
0
0
0
1.36875
3.60625
3.68125
4.7875
5.675
6.2375
6.89375
7.6125
8.04375
8.4625
8.85
9.1375
9.43125
9.71875
9.95
10.25625
10.59375
10.85625
11.08125
11.3
11.53125
11.79375
12.15
12.4375
12.69375
13.0125
13.33125
13.65
13.95
14.3625
Elgin 15.09375
15.76875
16.58125
17.975

Free and Reduced Lunch Percentage

Free and Reduced Lunch Percentage in Nearby Cities

Free and Reduced Lunch Percentage in Nearby Cities
Pingree Grove 0.2539
Bartlett 0.3196
South Elgin 0.3488
Elgin 0.5844
Streamwood 0.6414
Carpentersville 0.6920

Free and Reduced Lunch Percentage in Elgin Compared Statewide

Elgin has a 58.4% Free and Reduced Lunch Percentage

Free and Reduced Lunch Percentage in Elgin Compared Statewide
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0.01088125
0.06648125
0.105
0.1329875
0.160875
0.18649375
0.20791875
0.2319125
0.24926875
0.26854375
0.284325
0.2972
0.31019375
0.32015625
0.33646875
0.3548375
0.3733
0.3846
0.39484375
0.41218125
0.4327125
0.45319375
0.4772625
0.50764375
0.5304875
0.55536875
Elgin 0.58845
0.63513125
0.71474375
0.85995
1.67631875

Other Nearby Cities

City Students Distance
Elgin, IL 9,542 0 miles
South Elgin, IL 3,738 5 miles
Carpentersville, IL 3,266 5 miles
Streamwood, IL 3,645 5 miles
Bartlett, IL 3,655 5 miles
Pingree Grove, IL 827 5 miles
High Schools Elementary Schools

Data on U.S. Public High Schools & Private High Schools

Data provided by the National Center for Education Statistics. The data displayed is compiled from the most recent sources available. For public schools this is the 2012-2013 school year. For private schools this is the 2011-2012 school year.

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