Crete-Monee High School is a high school located in Crete, Illinois, for teenagers in ninth through twelfth grade. All public schools in Crete are managed by Crete Monee Community Unit School District 201U, which is a unit school district which combines elementary, middle, and high schools. Serving the village of Crete are: * Crete Elementary School (pre-kindergarten through 5th grade) * Crete Monee Sixth Grade Center (6th grade)
* Crete Monee Middle School (7th & 8th grade)
* Crete Monee High School (9th through 12th grades)
The current high school building was completed in 2007 at a cost of $160 million. The old building had been used since 1954, and currently houses the Crete-Monee Sixth Grade Center on its main floor; the second story and bottom floor are no longer in use. The school is located in Will County, and is part of a unit district. The school has 1,555+ students this year and has an attendance rate of 90.3%. The 2008 graduation rate was 96.7%, higher than the state average of 86.5%.
Information reported on the Crete-Monee school report card concerning the racial makeup of the school is as follows:
RACIAL/ETHNIC BACKGROUND (%)
5.0District Instructional Expenditure Per Pupil (2006-07):$4,769
| ADDITIONAL INFORMATION (%)Limited EnglishProficient
This information reveals a fairly diverse student culture, with better than average daily attendance.
An analysis of the teaching staff shows that the average experience of the staff is 10.4 years. Average teacher salary is $54,459. 39.9 have master’s degrees or above. In spite of these numbers, Crete-Monee high School is known throughout the south suburban Chicago land area as a “get in and get out’ school district. Every year the high school suffers from a rather large teacher turnover....
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