As a parent, I understand that relocating is much more than just finding the right house. It’s also about finding a Arlington Heights neighborhood that will support you and your children’s well-being. This begins search begins with the Arlington Heights schools. To help you evaluate and locate Arlington Heights schools, I have provided a set of general links which will help you find Arlington Heights school report cards, demographics, extracurricular activities and sports and private schools.
To further help you get a true feel for the area and what’s happening in the Arlington Heights schools, I continually add new information to my blog about sporting events, special programs and community programs. I will even be glad to set up a tour of a Arlington Heights local school.
If you have any questions about Arlington Heights local schools, would like to arrange a school tour or would like to make an appointment, please don’t hesitate to call me at 847-602-5435 or email me.
Illinois State Board of Education School Report Cards-Illinois has mandatory report cards which help you evaluate and compare schools based on test scores and numerous other variables.
Illinois High Schools– Quick information about Illinois High Schools
Arlington Heights, IL Elementary and Middle Schools
Arlington Heights is served by three elementary school districts and one high school district.
District 21 School District – The District 21 school district serves the northern boundaries of Arlington Heights. It is a pre-kindergarten through eighth grade public school district and serves parts of Wheeling, Arlington Heights, Buffalo Grove, Mt. Prospect, Northbrook and Prospect Heights. There is one Early Childhood center, nine elementary schools and three middle schools in this district serving approximately 6800 students. Visit their website for more information on school boundaries, calendars, registration and school report cards.
District 25 School District – The District 25 school district serves the central boundaries of Arlington Heights. It is a kindergarten through eighth grade school district with seven elementary and two middle schools and serves approximately 5000 students. Visit their website for more information on school boundaries, calendars, registration and school report cards.
District 59 School District – District 59 includes the southern boundaries of Arlington Heights. It is a pre-K through 8th grade public school district and serves portions of the communities of Arlington Heights, Des Plaines, Elk Grove Village, and Mount Prospect. There are eleven elementary schools and three middle school serving approximately 6000 students. Visit their website for more information on school boundaries, calendars, registration and school report cards.
Arlington Heights, IL High Schools
High School District 214 – This large high school district serves Arlington Heights and many surrounding communities. The district has nine high schools serving approximately 12,500 students. Visit their website for more information on school boundaries, calendars, registration and school report cards.
Private Schools and Special Education
Chicago Area Independent Schools – This is a good place to start if you are looking for a private school
Illinois School Special Education Information– Information about special education in Illinois
Chicago Area Catholic Schools– Locate Catholic schools throughout Chicago and the Suburbs
Suburban and Chicago Jewish Schools– Locate Jewish schools in the Suburbs and Chicago