Glencoe Central School 620 Greenwood Ave, Glencoe, IL60022 Glencoe Central School is the District 36 middle school, serving grades 5 through 8. The school offers many types of…More clubs and extracurricular activities for its students.
The Greeley School is one of three elementary schools in the Winnetka Public Schools District 36 that serves students…More in kindergarten through fourth grade. Greeley School also has pre-kindergarten classes. Of all the schools in District 36, Greeley School is the oldest of those still in use.
Students at Greeley School enjoy small class sizes and instruction in art, music, Spanish and physical education. The district also offers Suzuki string classes for a fee. Students also participate in a community service project called Greeley Kids Give.
The school is named after Samuel Sewall Greeley, a Winnetka resident who encouraged the village to build the school.
North Shore Country Day School 310 Green Bay Rd, Winnetka, IL60093 North Shore Country Day School is a small, highly selective private school that draws students from more than 23 suburbs…More and the city of Chicago. It is divided into three schools. Children in pre-kindergarten through fifth grade attend the Lower School, the Middle School houses sixth through eigth grade, and the Upper School is a college preperatory high school serving ninth through twelfth grade. All three schools offer rigorous and specialized academics, small class sizes and many extracurricular activities.
NSO School of Music 480 Central Ave, Northfield, IL60093 The Northbrook Symphony School of Music is a private school directed by Dr. George Tantchev. The school offers…More instruction for all orchestral instruments as well as guitar, piano and voice. All of the school's faculty members have advanced degrees in music and several years of teaching experience. Students are admitted on a rolling basis and classes are offered by semester.
Students in kindergarten through grade 3 attend Middlefork School before progressing to Sunset Ridge School for…More grades 4 through 8. The school is part of Sunset Ridge School District 29, which serves students in Northfield. Middlefork School celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2009.
Middlefork students enjoy small class sizes and instruction in physical education, fine arts and Spanish.
North Shore School for the Arts 321 Park Ave, Glencoe, IL60022 The North Shore School for the Arts offers music and dance lessons to students of all abilities and ages. The school…More has both group and private classes. Recently, the school added a new early childhood music class called the Wiggleworms Program, which was designed by the Old Town School of Folk Music. The school has 17-week courses in the fall and spring, as well as a truncated 11-week summer semester. In addition, the NSSA sells music books and supplies for musical instruments such as drum sticks and guitar strings.
This is the administration building for District 36. Adjacent to Carleton Washburne School, the building houses the…More offices of the superintendent, business office and the departments of communication, human resources, curriculum, student services, health and technology.
The Winnetka Public Schools serve more than 2,000 pupils. Children attend one of three elementary schools (K-4) depending on geographical boundaries. All students enter the Skokie School for fifth and sixth grade and the Carleton Washburne School for seventh and eighth grade. Students who continue on to public high school attend New Trier Township High School.
One of Winnetka's three elementary schools, about 349 students attend Hubbard Woods School. It serves kindergarteners…More through fourth-graders before they progress to Skokie School.
In addition to other extracurricular and enrichment programs, third- and fourth-graders produce a daily television news broadcast for WGST.
Glencoe West School 1010 Forestway Dr, Glencoe, IL60022 Third- and fourth-graders attend Glencoe West School before progressing to Glencoe Central School. The school is small,…More housing only two grade levels, but students experience diverse extracurricular opportunities, including the arts, modern languages and sports.