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Woodlawn Middle School Overview

6362 Gilmer Rd, Long Grove, IL 60047 , Tel: +1 (847) 353-8500 Kildeer Countryside Central Consolidated School District 96
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    Type: Public Middle School
    Grades: 6-8
  • 662

    Students

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Woodlawn Middle School Ratings & Reviews

April 24, 2018 Submitted by a student
One of my friends was really depressed and the social workers barely did anything to help. The teachers can be rude a lot
July 25, 2017 Submitted by a student
I would like to respond to the student who put their review in on December 12, 2016. I was a student there as well and I thought my year was actually pretty decent. I wouldn't want to get into the name game but i'll tell you there were several teachers there who don't teach good enough. I was a seventh grader there last year and my science teacher never taught us at all. Since I had her 6th period (right after lunch) we would go there laughing and giggling and she would just sit there listening to us. She never cared what we did and would be texting in class. In fact I heard that she was watching bad stuff in class. I got good grades in her class but I think that was because of my hard work. Plus, she used a lot of favoritism. My math teacher also never taught good enough and we had several complains for her by many students. The one teacher who I know is by far the best teacher at Woodlawn Middle School, is Ms Sarah Gordon. She is an LA teacher and I can guarantee that her teaching is the best. The girl who sent the comment I am pretty sure was a girl who I shared social studies class with and I do believe she might've been mistreated. I think Woodlawn needs to know more about their teachers and I wish in the following years they do change.
December 12, 2016 Submitted by a student
I'm a new 7th grader at this school, and I hope my review can help other new students. I feel like Woodlawn Middle School are not the best at accepting new students and helping them feel included. A peer mentor will be assigned to you to take you to your classes and be your friend, but that's not what my peer mentor did. I was really excited to get to know my peer mentor better on the first day of school, but I was not able to find her at all. She was supposed to meet me at my locker and take me to classes, but instead I was left all alone lost in the hallways. I remember she told me that I could sit with her at lunch, but I did not even know where she sat. I ended up sitting with a table of girls that I did not know at all but seemed nice. It's almost the end of the first semester, and I still feel like I do not fit in with any group of girls here. Transferring in middle school is much harder than elementary school. What I realized is that everyone has their own friend group and don't really want to include anyone new. There have been multiple times where I was just completely left out at my table while the girls were just talking about things they don't want to tell me about. I end up so many times crying at home wishing I was still at my old school. At my old school, I had an awesome group of friends and everyone at school knew me. I hope Woodlawn will try to improve on making new students feel more welcomed, and I hope this review will help new students feel more prepared when they come to Woodlawn.
June 01, 2016 Submitted by a student
Superficial teaching, no encouragement or strategy to build students with characters through education, rather promote students who are teachers' pets.
September 05, 2015 Submitted by a student
I'm a new student at this school (8th grade) and to be honest, the beginning was really rough. (And I'm listing my whole experience to help other new students so bear with me if it's long). It's really hard being a new student in middle school. I didn't know anybody and there were times when I wanted to go back to my old school because I knew everybody there and I had a lot of friends. There were days when I came home crying. And that's the whole truth. They assign you a peer mentor who is supposed to help you and be your friend. My peer mentor didn't deserve to be a peer mentor. The school counselor had to ask her to take me to my locker and the whole time, she was talking to her friends. She didn't help me get to any of my classes. But I met a girl who introduced me to her friend group. They weren't exactly very friendly but I didn't mind because they weren't mean either, they just weren't very welcoming or approachable. The next day, I caught the girl whispering to her friend and out of the blue right after that, her friend asked me to sit with her friends at lunch. Which leads me to believe that I didn't fit in with the girl's group and wanted me to sit somewhere else. This other girl's group is a few people smaller but they do seem more approachable and friendly. (Although there is one person who I don't like). So it's been a rocky road. I feel like this school doesn't really accept new students that well. The only new kids who are accepted are the cool and outgoing kids. If you're shy, it's going to be pretty hard to find a group. The new boy was accepted pretty well and I somehow found a group with a lot of luck and tears along the way but the other new girls don't have any friends. All 3 of them are "different" (the way they dress, their appearance) and this school demonstrates the stereotype of if you don't look cool and you're not loud and outgoing, then fend for yourself because no one will even try to talk to you. The only reason a shy girl like me got a group was a lot of luck. I rated it 4 stars because the curriculum is good and everything else is great, but the kids aren't very welcoming to new students and it's hard to find friends if you're not outgoing. My friend group is okay but we just met so we're not really close.
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Things you should know about Woodlawn Middle School

Before you start packing, make sure Woodlawn Middle School is really the best option for your child. To recap, Woodlawn Middle School is a well-known public 6-8 school in Long Grove. It is located at 6362 Gilmer Rd, Long Grove, IL 60047 and it is the second home of 662 students. Please note that available apartments near a given school are filtered by proximity, not by attendance zone. We advise parents to visit the schools in person and contact the admissions offices for further information on school performance and attendance zones before making a final decision.

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