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  • Return to full in-person instruction on April 5

    Effective Monday, April 5, and extending through the end of the 2020-21 academic year, High School District 214 welcomes all students back for in-person instruction.

    The April 5 return of all students is accompanied by the continued use of mitigation strategies to ensure a continued low rate of COVID-19 transmission within District schools. 

    Students needing a medical or household exemption from in-person instruction had to have a parent or guardian or complete the in-person exemption form by Monday, March 15 at 8:00 a.m.
    Please reach out to your school’s Division Head for Student Success, Safety, and Wellness if you have any questions. You can find their contact information here.

    Visit D214 Return to School for full details and to read the FAQ.

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  • 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.

    Download the D214 Summer School brochure here.

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  • AP Ready! Night

    AP Ready! Night is targeted to first-time AP students and their parents. This District-wide evening event highlights the advantages of enrolling in a rigorous course load and the role of AP classes in the college admissions process. AP teachers offer informational sessions about the AP Ready! Program, and District 214’s dual credit coordinator discusses dual credit options. This year, the event will be hosted virtually on Tuesday, April 20th from 6:00pm to 7:45pm.

    Click here for more information.

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  • 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.



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  • #Love214

    #Love214 raised approximately $2,500, beating our goal, with contributions from alumni and community members and staff. This money will support the Foundation's core areas of priority, including first-generation students, AP testing scholarships, teacher mini-grants and more.

    THANK YOU for joining us in our mission to build dreams and fund the future!

    If you missed #Love214, you can still join us in funding the future by making a lasting gift today. Click here to DONATE.

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D214 Facts

  • 100Dual credit courses offered

  • 47,000Potential college credits earned in 2019

  • 11,914Number of students 2019-2020

  • 1081Class of 2020 composite SAT score (out of 1600)