November 1, 2021 Workforce Committee Meeting Agenda
Eight students representing District 155’s four high schools participated in the American Legion’s ‘A Day to Remember’ ceremony on September 11 at Union Cemetery in Crystal Lake. The day marked the 20th anniversary of the terrorist attacks.
In District 155, 89 percent of graduates from the class of 2021 are continuing their education at four-year universities, two-year universities, technical/vocational schools, or trade and apprenticeship programs. The class of 2021 includes 1,311 graduates who earned $15,162,993 in scholarships.
This summer, District 155 completed $7,478,454 in capital improvement projects at all four high schools. D155 has been committed to necessary repairs and renovations to continuously improve the district’s facilities. Numerous major projects were completed this summer that will better the educational experience for students and staff.
Community High School District 155 received national recognition for district and school communication efforts from the National School Public Relations Association (NSPRA).
Teachers with Master's Degree or Higher
Sports and Extracurricular Activities Offered