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  • High School Internship leads to opportunities for aspiring medical student

    Angelica Groszek always knew she wanted a career in the medical field. While attending Buffalo Grove High School, she took classes in the District 214 Health Science career pathway, including anatomy and medical terminology.

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  • Rolling Meadows Art Club transforms underpass

    An array of colors now brightens an underpass along Kirchoff Road in Rolling Meadows. Students in the Rolling Meadows High School Art Club and their sponsors Cathy Pach and Martha Nava spent the summer designing and painting a 92-foot long mural as part of a collaboration with the Rolling Meadows Park District.

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  • Students build a future through Engineering Career Pathway

    For Jonathan O’Grady, the clues were there from the beginning. When he was little, he really liked building things with Legos. Then, he found he loved to spend time with his grandfather in the woodworking shop set up in the garage. Entering Wheeling High School, he jumped at the chance to take a woodshop class.

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  • Wheeling teacher sparks a love for science

    Every teacher has seen it: students who from day one lack the experience or encouragement or confidence to believe they can learn and succeed.

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  • For two teachers, Career Pathway leads to home

    This is how it’s meant to work. This is what District 214 envisioned: A redesigned and robust Education Pathway and Education Academy experience that would send graduating seniors off to college with a big head start in teaching experience and, eventually, bring those same graduates home to teach in District 214.

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  • D214 honors top student-athletes with Howard Lester Award

    Audrey Ginsberg and Ben Valak are the 2022 recipients of High School District 214’s Howard Lester Awards. The awards are presented annually to one male and one female senior athlete in recognition of athletic achievements, academics and character, including truthfulness, heart and effort.

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  • Science comes to life at Wheeling STEM camps

    Messy Spectacular Science, Build a Boat and Spa Science, these are just some of the classes offered at this year’s STEM camps at Wheeling High School. Young learners in the community, ranging from first through eighth graders, were fully immersed in science and technology in this week-long summer camp.

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  • Calisch Arts Unlimited Award 2022

    Each year, the Richard W. Calisch Arts Unlimited Award is presented to the District 214 senior who best exemplifies creative excellence in the arts.

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D214 News

  • Tee Up for 214

    Join us for a tee-rific cause! This year’s Education Foundation Golf Outing is September 12 at the Rolling Green Country Club in Arlington Heights. Enjoy a day on the links and help support our students at the same time. Tee Up for 214 features 18 holes of golf, open bar, on-course food, raffles and more!

    Sign up now as an individual or foursome! Hope to see you on the green.

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  • District 214 Board waives registration fees for second consecutive year

    High School District 214’s Board of Education has waived registration fees for all students for the 2022-2023 school year. Board members voted on January 20 to suspend the $425 fee in response to continuing economic uncertainties in the community linked to the ongoing pandemic. District 214 has identified cost savings elsewhere to offset revenue typically generated by registration fees. 

    The $425 registration fee covers such items as textbooks rental, instructional materials, digital learning, school calendars, physical education shirts and locks, a pass to regular season home activities, an iPad Protection Plan and the school newspaper. In addition to waiving the registration fee, the Board voted to suspend co-curricular participation fees.

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  • District 214 receives grant to expand Youth Apprenticeship Program

    District 214 is proud to be the recipient of a grant from the State of Illinois to boost workforce development programs. The grant will be used to expand our Youth Apprenticeship Program to continue to provide authentic work experiences for students. District 214 is one of 44 organizations and the only school district to receive a grant. We are honored to be recognized by the state as a leading partner in this initiative.

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  • D214 Awarded with Excellence in Budget

    For the 12th year in a row, District 214 has been presented the Meritorious Budget Award from the Association of School Business Officials. This award reflects the District’s commitment to sound fiscal management and budgetary policies.

    The District also earned a perfect 4.0 Financial Score from the Illinois State Board of Education. The District has received the highest ranking available every year since ISBE began the program 12 years ago.

    These awards show the District is providing the highest quality of education in a fiscally responsible manner. Thank you to our staff who worked so hard to earn these honors.

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  • D214 selected as a ‘Lighthouse’ School District

    The School Superintendents Association, AASA, recognized High School District 214 as one of its “Lighthouse” systems that serves as models of positive change in public education. A panel reviewed more than 120 school districts across the country and picked the top 13 based on several factors including future-ready leaders, a diverse educator pipeline, technology enhanced learning, community alignment and more.

    We are honored to serve as a model District for school communities across the country.

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D214 Facts

  • 140Co-curricular opportunities

  • 44,000Average annual potential college credits earned

  • 11,895Number of students 2020-2021

  • 1,112Class of 2021 composite SAT score (out of 1600)

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