The links below provide specific information as well as additional resources for High School District 211 students and parents. (The following files are PDF files which require the Adobe Acrobat Reader. Most computers have this reader, but if yours does not, you can download it here for free.)
An explanation of acceptable and unacceptable conduct for students.
College Planning Guide
A joint-effort between High School District 211 and Harper College, this College Planning Guide is helpful for students and their parents.
Designed to help students plan their programs of study from the wide variety of courses offered in High School District 211.
Food & Nutrition Services
Food for thought about High School District 211’s food service program.
Forms for Participation in Athletics and Activities
Golden Years Club information for the Adult Continuing Education program.
Incoming Freshman Academy (en Español)
Information about a program designed to prepare students for academic success in high school by providing supplemental instruction during the summer to strengthen their skills in reading and mathematics.
Parent/Student Handbook for Athletics & Competitive Groups
Important information for student-athletes and their parents regarding athletic programs in High School District 211.
High School District 211 police consultants are on duty to serve the school and community.
School calendars and handbook information for students and parents.
Sexual Harassment (en Español)
Although many people have opinions on this issue, few have a clear understanding of exactly what behavior constitutes sexual harassment. This brochure was prepared to increase awareness among students, parents, and staff.
A program designed to provide additional instruction in both mathematics and reading to help accelerate student learning.