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Lake Park High School

Roselle, IL
  • Public
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  • Grades 9-12
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  • Enrollment: 2586


Lake Park High School
500 West Bryn Mawr Avenue
Roselle, IL 60172
(630) 295-5310
Lake Park High School is located in Roselle, IL and serves grades 9-12.It received a GreatSchool rating of 7 out of 10
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Reviews5 Reviews

Lake Park has been a prestigious and precious school. All of the material my daughter is learning is advanced! All the staff are kind and truly care for the students.
I am disappointed in most aspects of Lake Park High School. The special education department is the exception, they give 100%. The counceling department is atrocious. They treat students as if the child is bothering them and waisting their time. The exception to this are a few students that the counselors hang with for fun. The school board does whatever the superintendent decides, so there is nowhere to get your problems addressed. A small amount of teachers go the extra mile for the kids, but the majority do bare minimum. Many teachers have a bias treatment towards conservative students. I have even observed this effecting students grades. Many sports are run by outside personal that do not meet the parents expectations. No use complaining, it's easier to brush off a parent that find new coaches apparently. The students with strong character came to Lake Park that way, yet the school likes to take credit for these exceptional young men and women. For the taxes this community pays for schools, I expected so much more.
They do not care about students well being or working with families. They only care about collecting money and churning the kids out of the school.
2002 Alum. My experience was excellent. In regard to the review below, I was from one of those "low income areas" (District #20 I assume is what you're referring to). You shouldn't make blanket statements regarding the potential of students from low income areas. 1) Bloomingdale has apartments and townhomes too & not just white picket fence homes. 2) Circumstances for a family's poverty are not universal; some are kept in poverty because of race OR A SCHOOL IGNORING THE NEEDS OF STUDENTS BECAUSE THEY DEVIATE FROM THE NORM. 3) I would place my parent's ability to parent (& my success) up against yours any day of the week.Perhaps evaluating the possibility of an educational need at #108 is more important that trying to protect your property values by avoiding a rating of 7...
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