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Amos Alonzo Stagg High School

Palos Hills, IL
  • Public
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  • Grades 9-12
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  • Enrollment: 2257


Amos Alonzo Stagg High School
8015 West 111th Street
Palos Hills, IL 60465
(708) 974-7400
Amos Alonzo Stagg High School is located in Palos Hills, IL and serves grades 9-12.It received a GreatSchool rating of 8 out of 10
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Student Diversity



Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander
Native American
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Reviews14 Reviews

These demographics are incorrect!!!! I would have never sent my kid to this school. IT SHOULD STATE FACTS!
When dealing with incidents of racism/slurs, it looks like staff isn't willing to do anything more than give kids a slap on the wrist. As a freshman, I found myself being made fun of for my race - from several students and even a staff member. The staff members that aren't directly contributing to the problem still contribute by not speaking up. Counselors are way outnumbered, and there's no way for them to help everybody. Basically, the school leaves minorities in the cold (but hey, if you're a middle-class, white kid then you're going to love it!) (orange and blue forever!)
I went to AA Stagg HS, and I went on to receive my MBA; several of my friends received their Ph.Ds.This is a great school!
Seriously, this school is the worst school I have ever attended! They make the most stupidest rules I think I have heard of in my life ! They took are WIFI away because one "students" said "we need more time doing work instead" *cough cough the school is cheaper than a dollar bill store * they work us to death at this school I have homework like everyday I am practically an insomniac! Not to mention every single week to go to this school you have to wake up at the butt crack of dawn to go. This school acts like its all high an mighty and so amazing HA! what a joke this school also uses common core if you don't know what common core seriously is will make your child fail even if he or she is very smart transferring or transitioning into this school! Its trying to solve some of the hardest problems in the world I am NOT even kidding! Plus the dress code sucks 90 degrees out and you have to practically wear a sweater and long pants because they will give you a referral or a detention or give you an ugly disgusting T- shirt to wear if they deem it "inappropriate". I hate this school I am so glad I will be getting out of here in a few years! When first coming to this school I thought it was going to be amazing and a new start and the best teachers ,but turns out its just another school district getting funding from the tax payers from the surrounding area to keep this school alive! I will NEVER recommend this school to anyone EVER!
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