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Christian Beginnings
824 Waukegan Rd.
945- 5140
www.firstpresdf.org
christianbeginings@
firstpresdf.org

Contact: Judy Rundell

• Part-day and full-day preschool for ages 2 to Kindergarten.

Deerfield Montessori Children’s House
1500 Wilmot Rd. — 945-8661
www.montessori-schools.com
Director of Schools: Lisa Kambich
Site Supervisor: Usha Bala

• All programs fully accredited
• Ages: Toddler, preschool and kindergarten (3-6 years old
• Open school year and camp/full year

Deerfield Montessori School
760 North Ave. — 945-8661
www.montessori-schools.com
Director of Schools: Lisa Kambich
Site Supervisor: Elizabeth Magliano

• All programs fully accredited
• Ages: Infant, toddler, preschool and kindergarten (3-6 years old)
• Open school year & camp/full year

Deerfield Park District Preschool
836 Jewett Park Dr. — 945-0650
Co-Directors: Cindy Wolf & Lynn Braun

• Licensed program ages: 2 to 5 years old
• For a tour, call (847) 572-2635

Glenview Montessori School
305 Waukegan Rd.
Northfield 60093 — 945-8661
www.montessori-schools.com
Director of Schools: Lisa Kambich
Site Supervisor: Debbie Song

• All programs fully accredited
• Ages: Infant, toddler, preschool & Kindergarten (3-6 years old)
• Open school year & camp/full year

District 109 Helping Hands Preschool
1421 Hackberry Rd.
Deerfield, IL 60015 — 945-1844, Ext. 7232

• Small class sizes with highly qualified teachers
• Rolling enrollment allows registration throughout the year providing space is available. Children may be enrolled
upon turning 3.
• A unique classroom community of typically developing preschoolers and preschoolers with special needs

Moriah Preschool Daycare Center
200 Taub Dr., Deerfield 60015 — 948-8930
Director: Cherene Radis
www.moriahecc.org

• Program ages: 6 weeks to 5 years old

Riverwoods Montessori School
3140 Riverwoods Rd., Riverwoods — 945-8661
www.montessori-schools.com
Director of Schools: Lisa Kambich
Site Supervisor: Arlene Gordon

• All programs fully accredited
• Ages: Infant, toddler, preschool and kindergarten (3-6 years old), Elementary (6-12 years old)

Elementary Schools

Bannockburn School District 106
2165 Telegraph Rd. — 945-5900
www.bannockburnschool.org
Enrollment 2015-2016: < 200
Superintendent: Dr. Scott Herrmann
Principal: Ms. Debbie Barnes

Deerfield Elementary District 109
517 Deerfield Rd., Deerfield 60015 — 945-1844
www.dps109.org
Superintendent: Michael Lubelfeld
• Check the District 109 website, www.dps109.org, for Board of Education meeting dates, agendas and minutes. The public is welcome to attend.

Vacations for 2016-2017 year:
– Winter 2016: Dec. 19-Jan. 2
– Spring 2017: March 27-March 31

Kipling (District 109)
700 Kipling Pl.
948-5151
Enrollment: 2016: 479
Principal: Anthony McConnell

South Park (District 109)
1421 Hackberry Rd.
945-5895
Enrollment: 2016: 408
Principal: David Sherman

Walden (District 109)
630 Essex Ct.
945-9660
Enrollment: 2016: 454
Principal: Scott Schwartz

Wilmot (District 109)
795 Wilmot Rd. — 945-1075
Enrollment: 2016: 496
Principal: Eileen Brett

Holy Cross Catholic School
720 Elder Ln. — 945-0135
Enrollment 2016: 296
Principal: Mrs. DiVincenzo
jdivincenzo@holycrossdeerfield.org
www.holycrossdeerfield.org

• Pre-kindergarten
• Kindergarten through eighth grade

Riverwoods Montessori School
3140 Riverwoods Rd.
Riverwoods 60015 — 945- 8661
www.montessori-schools.com
Director of Schools: Lisa Kambich
Site Supervisor: Arlene Gordon

• All programs fully accredited
• Ages: 6 to 12 years old

Lincolnshire-Prairie View School (District 103)
1370 N. Riverwoods Rd.
Lincolnshire 60069 — 295-4030
www.d103.org
Enrollment: 1,750
Superintendent: Scott Warren

• Lincolnshire-Prairie View School District 103 is a nationally recognized, award-winning elementary district that serves approximately 1,750 students from the communities of Lincolnshire and Prairie View and portions of Buffalo Grove, Vernon Hills, Mettawa, Riverwoods and Lake Forest.
• Students attend Laura B. Sprague, Half Day and Daniel Wright Junior High Schools.

Middle Schools

Caruso Middle (District 109)
1801 Montgomery Rd.
945-8430
Enrollment 2016: 580
Principal: Brian Bullis

Shepard Middle (District 109)
440 Grove Pl.
948-0620
Enrollment 2016: 513
Principal: John Filippi

High Schools

Deerfield High School (District 113)
1959 N. Waukegan Rd.
Administration: (224) 632-3000
www.dhs.dist113.org
Enrollment 2016: 1,667
Superintendent: Dr. Daryl Herrick
Principal: Dr. Christopher Dignam

Deerfield High School facts
• In 2015, Deerfield High School had an average ACT score of 26.4.
• 951 Advanced Placement exams were taken by students in 2015.

Extracurricular Activities
• Athletics
• Drama, Speech and Music
• Publications
• Student Government
• Service Clubs
• Special Interest Clubs

Adlai E. Stevenson High School (District 125)
1 Stevenson Dr.
Lincolnshire 60069 — 415-4000
www.d125.org
Enrollment 2016: 3,856
Superintendent: Dr. Eric Twadell
Principal: Troy Gobble

Community College

College of Lake County
19351 W. Washington St.
Grayslake 60030
www.clcillinois.edu

Grayslake Campus (largest campus)
19351 W. Washington St.
Grayslake 60030 — 543-2000

Lakeshore Campus
33 N. Genesee St.
Waukegan 60085 — 543-2191

Southlake Campus
1120 S. Milwaukee Ave.
Vernon Hills 60061 — 543-6501

The College of Lake County is a comprehensive community college offering a wide range of academic program choices to meet students’ educational needs at different points in their lives. The college is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission and a member of the North Central Association. CLC’s major program areas include credit programs to prepare students for transfer or career entry, GED and adult basic education, non-credit offerings for personal or career development, and contract training and specialized services for businesses. Regardless of their focus, our programs emphasize academic excellence and concern with the individual student’s goals. Each semester CLC serves about 18,000 credit students, with more than 80 percent enrolled in transfer or career preparation programs.

The James Lumber Center for the Performing Arts at the Grayslake campus offers a full calendar of professional touring entertainment events plus college music, theatre, and dance presentations. The Robert T. Wright Community Gallery of Art offers eight diverse visual art exhibits per year.

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