Zoe Axelrod plans to pursue a career in the graphic design industry after building her skills in and out of the classroom, and creating work that has been featured at the national level.Read More
Tanya Sarkis took four dual credit courses during her senior year at Wheeling High School.
Sarkis, now a freshman at DePaul University, was able to earn 18.5 college credits through classes and saved about $11,000 in college tuition.Read More
More than 300 students from across District 214 schools participated in a campus visit on April 16 to Eastern Illinois University. The visit marks the first time students across District 214 schools toured a college campus together.Read More
To prepare students for careers in broadcasting, reporting and digital communications, District 214 offers classes in its Journalism and Broadcasting Career Pathway. The pathway supplements these courses with practical experience through student newspapers, websites, webcasts, podcasts, yearbooks and broadcasts, as well as internships.Read More
On the outside, it looks like a suburban high school. But inside, Buffalo Grove High School is home to The Bison Grill, a student-run restaurant that handles an average of 20 catering jobs a year for community outreach events, school meetings and professional luncheons that host local and state officials.Read More
Michael Rooney has known for a long time that he wanted to be an engineer. But until he got involved in District 214’s Project Lead the Way (PLTW) program at Rolling Meadows High School, he didn’t know what kind of engineering he wanted to pursue.
Today, thanks to his courses through the PLTW program in Rolling Meadow’s Engineering Career Pathway, Rooney is a sophomore studying to be a manufacturing engineer at Bradley University in Peoria.Read More
University of Illinois freshman Deirdra Day is studying to be a financial consultant — a course motivated by her Career Pathway studies at Buffalo Grove High School.
Day took AP classes throughout her high school years, but started her business education with an introductory course during her sophomore year as part of the Business Management and Administration Career Pathway. From there, she moved on to higher-level classes.Read More