Talent Development Program
TDP Summer Enrichment is a District-wide program comprising innovative weeklong courses that reach beyond traditional classroom lessons. These non-credit seminars cover a wide array of areas, including graphic arts, forensic science, culinary arts, automotive care, creative writing and more. An all-District summer musical also is part of the TDP Summer Enrichment series.
The cost is typically $75 per seminar, plus applicable fees. FOR 2021 ONLY, all course fees have been reduced to $25 (including any materials fees). Go to our Talent Development Program page for more information and to register.
Summer School Registration Begins April 9
District 214 Summer School Registration begins on April 9 at 8:00 am.
We are offering both in person and online schedules. The first session will be held from June 7 - June 24. The second session will be held from June 28 - July 15.
For more information, locations, course offerings, forms and Driver Education, please visit our Summer School information page.
Green Day/ A Day = Zero, 6, 2, 3, 4
Gold Day/ B Day = Zero, 5, 1, 7, 8
Mon 4/12- Gold Day (B)
Tues 4/13- Green Day (A)
Wed 4/14- Gold Day (B)
Thurs 4/15- Green Day (A)
Fri 4/16- Gold Day (B)
Wednesday, February 24 | 6:00 pm
Our first virtual National Technical Honor Society Induction Ceremony took place on Wednesday, February 24. The event recognized deserving students who have excelled in our Career and Technical Education programs and pathways, both in and outside of the classroom.
Elk Grove Graduation
Wednesday, May 19, 2021
Roughly 3,000 teams of high school students began this year's National Youth Cyber Defense Competition months ago. Only a dozen in the Open Division earned the right to compete in the late-March National Finals competition and one of these is from right here in High School District 214.
The Association of School Business Officials International has again recognized High School District 214 for excellence in budget presentation with the Meritorious Budget Award (MBA) - this time for the 2019–2020 budget year. A year ago, District 214 was among only 14 districts in Illinois to earn this distinction.
When Heidi Huck invited world-renowned muralist Hector Duarte to visit her Spanish for Native Speakers class, she had an important objective in mind that stretched beyond an art lesson.
The Culinary Arts Career Pathway offers District 214 students the opportunity to explore careers in food preparation, service and management through a combination of classroom courses and work-based experience in professional kitchens throughout the community.
“I call our students teachers because they are teachers. It’s important for them to feel that ownership." – Linda Thorson
“To be able to sit across from someone and have a conversation; to look someone in the eye and listen to what they’re saying; to have those interview skills … whether they become a lawyer, or doctor, or work in PR or whatever, these are skills that are universal.” – Jason Block
Discover Your Future.
85.6%Completed college-level coursework
1,993Number of students
99.9%Identified career pathway