Registration is now open for summer school courses. The deadline to register for semester one is April 26 and the second semester registration deadline is May 31. With the exception of driver’s education courses, all summer school courses will be held at Crystal Lake South High School.
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Tony Moretti, a Special Education Teacher at Haber Oaks Campus, is the Star 105.5 and Home State Bank Teacher of the Month for January. He won the award after a former student, Gillian wrote a special nomination letter.
The D155 Board of Education approved the teachers’ contract on Thursday, January 24. The D155 Education Association, district administrators, and the Board of Education have been working collaboratively toward a new collective bargaining agreement since August.
The District 155 Board of Education approved 22 major summer construction projects across the four high schools and the district office on Thursday, January 24.
The Board of Education approved Lori Ratliff as vice principal at Crystal Lake South High School and Kevin Koeppen as vice principal at Prairie Ridge High School. They will begin their roles on July 1.
District 155 will host its first Realtor® Event at Crystal Lake South High School on Wednesday, February 13. Local real estate agents are invited to meet with administrators, teachers, and students to learn about programs and opportunities the district offers.
District 155 offers early registration for select summer school elective courses. The following summer school courses are available for early registration: Consumer Education, U.S. History, and Visual Arts and Technology.
D155 will host its 11th Annual Parent University on Saturday, February 16 at Prairie Ridge High School from 8:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. Register for the event and learn more about the sessions offered.
Prairie Ridge's "TheComplete History of America (abridged)” fall play received a nomination for the 44th Annual Illinois High School Theatre Festival (IHSTF).
Community High School District 155’s Board of Education approved the purchase agreement for the eventual sale of Haber Oaks Campus with Elm Tree Properties, LLC. The board agreed to sell the property in August.
The Illinois Student Assistance Commission (ISAC) recognized 260 D155 students from the graduating class of 2019 as Illinois State Scholars, a prestigious honor. Students are selected based on a combination of exemplary ACT or SAT test scores and sixth semester class rank.
Please Save the Date for 8th Grade Night on Wednesday, January 16, 2019. If you have any questions regarding the event, please contact your future school's student services office.
Shannon Levitt, a Crystal Lake Central High School teacher, and a ten member team made up of Illinois teachers, were national finalists for Most Actionable Research at the “Eddies” for their published work on school discipline reform and restorative discipline tactics.
The fourth annual GEMS conference is at Cary-Grove High School on January 26, 2019. Parents are invited to participate in the college and career expo as well as the opening activity.
District 155 students are one step ahead of their peers gaining valuable certifications and college credit in the Culinary Arts program at Crystal Lake South High School. The program offers students the opportunity to earn two certifications, the Food Handler Certification and Food Service Sanitation Manager Certification, which gives students the advantage when applying for jobs.
The National Merit® Scholarship Program named thirteen District 155 seniors as 2019 National Merit® Semifinalists. Students will find out if they have advanced to Finalist standing in February. Beginning in April, National Merit Scholarship winners will be awarded.
Daisy Kucharski, a Prairie Ridge High School junior, and Aditya Khandeshi, a Crystal Lake Central senior, both earned perfect scores on the ACT the first time they took it. The students learned about the rare accomplishment over the summer.
Cary-Grove High School’s CNC Precision Machining and Manufacturing Lab will teach students how to prepare for potential careers in manufacturing and engineering. Students will gain experience with a variety of machines including a computer numerical control (CNC) mill, CNC lathe.
Ninety percent of graduates in the class of 2018 will continue their studies at four-year colleges, two-year community colleges, and vocational and technical schools. Over 60 percent of students are pursuing degrees at four-year colleges and universities.