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  • Public School Ratings

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  • Public School After School Programs

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  • Home Schooling vs. Public School

    Even though using home schooling as a method of educating your child is not nearly as popular as it once was, it is still as somewhat common option for your child’s education that is all too often left unexplored. However, you are probably going to be curious as to how it stacks up against your [...]

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    Illinois School For the Deaf

    Location Address:
    125 S Webster St Jacksonville, Illinois 62650 Phone Number: 2174794204
    Mailing Address:
    125 S Webster St Jacksonville, IL 62650
    Basic School Information
    Operating Agency Name Dept of Human Services State Agency ID 65-108-9000-80
    School Type Other or Alternative School State School ID 6510890003001
    Operational Status School is operational FIPS County Number 17137
    County Morgan Locale Small Town:(population 2,000-25,000
    Location Relative to Town Limits
    School Classroom Information
    Classroom Teachers Title I Eligible School? Not Title I Eligible School
    School Level Other Level of School School-wide Title I
    School Lowest Grade Offered PK Magnet School? Not a Magnet School
    School Highest Grade Offered 12 Charter School Not a Charter School
    Free Lunch Eligible Students Not Available Reduced-price Lunch Eligible Students Not Available
    Total Free and Reduced Lunch Students Not Available Migrant Students Not Available
    Total Students 270 Student Teacher Ratio 4
    Illinois School For the Deaf Students by Grade
    Prekindergarten Students 5 7th Grade Students 26
    Kindergarten Students 3 8th Grade Students 26
    1st Grade Students 7 9th Grade Students 36
    2nd Grade Students 7 10th Grade Students 47
    3rd Grade Students 2 11th Grade Students 38
    4th Grade Students 5 12th Grade Students 44
    5th Grade Students 5 Ungraded Students 0
    6th Grade Students 19 Total Students 270
    Illinois School For the Deaf Students by Race
    Male Female Total
    American Indiana/Alaskan 0 0 0
    Asian/Pacific Islander 1 2 3
    Hispanic 21 17 38
    Black (Non-Hispanic) 45 32 77
    White (Non-Hispanic) 81 71 152