Incoming Freshmen Information
The Incoming Freshmen Transition Guide provides answers to questions regarding student enrollment, procedures for admission to 9th grade, and proof of residency. Links to the Student Enrollment Forms are beneath each school listed below. The D211 Curriculum Guide is a helpful resource to understand the wide variety of courses available to students in District 211. The curriculum guide can be accessed here. Additional inquiries should be directed to the student services office of the high school an incoming freshman will attend. Contact information for each high school is provided below. Click on the name or your child's future high school for school-specific information for incoming freshman students.
Course Placement Procedures
Incoming freshmen are placed into levels of English, math, and science courses for 9th grade based upon a review of multiple factors including:
• Course participation in junior high school
• Performance on academic assessments (as needed)
• Recommendations from current 8th-grade teachers
The Class of 2025 will not participate in placement testing.
Teacher recommendations will be collected in December and placement decisions will be provided to parents in January.
Depending on course placement, some students will be identified for participation in the Incoming Freshmen Academy math and reading summer school program.
Questions about course placement can be directed to the student services director at the high school your child will attend.
Hoffman Estates High School
Incoming Freshmen Parent Night Invite (sent October 30, 2020)
Elective Course Selection Information
Student Services Director – Jennifer Beers, 847-755-5626