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Harlem High School

High School (9-12)

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1 Huskie Cir
Machesney Park,
IL
61115

Essential: Supportive Environment – less implementation

In schools with a Supportive Environment, the school is safe, demanding, and supportive. In such schools:

  • students feel safe in and around the school,
  • they find teachers trust-worthy and responsive to their academic needs,
  • and they are well-supported in planning for college and other post-high school experiences.

Harlem High School Comparative Performance on Supportive Environment

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What are these results based on?

This school's performance on this Essential is based on the Measures shown below. Click the to learn more about its underlying concepts (measures) and their related survey questions.

Measure Respondent Measure Performance
Academic Personalism Teachers connect with students in the classroom and support them in achieving academic goals. Student Performance on Academic Personalism Less Implementation
Safety Students feel safe both in and around the school building, and while they travel to and from home. Student Performance on Safety Average Implementation
School-Wide Future Orientation The school engages all students in planning for life after graduation. Student Performance on School-Wide Future Orientation Least Implementation
Student-Teacher Trust Students and teachers share a high level of mutual trust and respect. Student Performance on Student-Teacher Trust Average Implementation
Expectations for Postsecondary Education The school expects all students to attend college and promotes college-readiness. Teacher Performance on Expectations for Postsecondary Education Less Implementation