El Paso-Gridley High School6

El Paso, IL | Woodford County


February 13, 2015

The coaches are terrible coaches and worse teachers, especially in football and boys basketball. The school is old and the auditorium is terrible and falling apart. Their moto is pursing excellence, but I personally feel they should try to pursue being average because they aren't even close to average right now. Their college readiness is 42%!!!!! That makes EPG at the bottom of the standings in the conference and the top schools in the conference have around 65%. The numbers speak for themselves, EPG is a terrible school.

Submitted by a student

October 24, 2014

I just watched on video a 13 year old getting beaten by other kids continually while the bus driver watched and did nothing. This poor kid was bullied and when the parents went to the school they were told "snitches get stitches". NOT OK. UNACCEPTABLE.

August 25, 2008

El Paso-Gridley High School is a great school that puts the students first. It's a safe atmosphere where you know that the teachers care for you. I'm an alum of the school and am glad that I got to grow up in a smaller school district where I could find caring friends in the teachers as well as the other students. (Not to say that being friends with teachers will get you out of trouble. =0 )

July 25, 2008

yes i think this school is bad it dosen't ensure safety regulations bad teaching and not enough attention for kids that struggle in school personally this school should be shut down

Submitted by a student

January 27, 2008

Coaches still coach with class. Admistrators abide by rules and common sense. Grade school students intiate hugs from principals, children come first always.

Submitted by a parent

School data provided by