District 214 is one of 44 organizations and the only school district to receive a grant. We are honored to be recognized by the state as a leading partner in this initiative. SpongeBob and his friends spring from the television to District 214’s summer musical on the Prospect High School stage.
District 214 seeks hosts for internships! District 214's Center for Career Discovery is looking for industry partners to host high school students for summer internships in June and July. Click here for more information.
District 214 is proud to be the recipient of a grant from the State of Illinois to boost workforce development programs. The grant will be used to expand our Youth Apprenticeship Program to continue to provide authentic work experiences for students. District 214 is one of 44 organizations and the only school district to receive a grant.
High School District 214’s Board of Education has waived registration fees for all students for the 2022-2023 school year. Board members voted on January 20 to suspend the $425 fee in response to continuing economic uncertainties in the community linked to the ongoing pandemic.
The High School District 214 Board of Education honored nine individuals with the District’s Distinguished Service Awards. The awards are given annually to people who have made significant contributions to the District and its students.
Please plan to allow at least 30 minutes to complete the registration. Online fall registration will begin at 8 a.m. (CST) on Monday, June 7, 2021.
Through the generous gifts of donors, the District 214 Education Foundation is awarding nearly $90,000 in collegiate scholarships - a record amount - to more than 70 graduating seniors. The recipients represent every school in District 214, including its specialized schools.
The Association of School Business Officials International has again recognized High School District 214 for excellence in budget presentation with the Meritorious Budget Award (MBA) - this time for the 2019–2020 budget year. A year ago, District 214 was among only 14 districts in Illinois to earn this distinction.
Please plan to allow at least 30 minutes to complete the registration. Online Fall Registration will begin Monday, June 7, 2021, 8:00 a.m. CST.
High School District 214 has partnered with 1st Agency to provide parent/guardians with the opportunity to purchase low cost student accident insurance for their children while at school, during football/athletics or around-the-clock protection.
Prospect High School Psychology and the Associated Student Body are EXCITED to announce the Sunday, April 3 Prospect High School 5K Run/Walk to benefit the Love Your Brain Foundation.
Miguel Parra Garcia, a world languages teacher, and Michelle Marconi, a senior English teacher—both at Rolling Meadows High School—are among only 30 high school teachers from across Illinois chosen as finalists.
Prospect High School junior Victoria Potoniec participated last week in a national marksmanship competition for NJROTC (Navy Junior ROTC) cadets. Victoria traveled to Anniston, Alabama, to take part in the JROTC Service Championships—and notched a personal best score over the weekend.
Students in District 214 can apply now for internships for summer 2022, and for the fall semester of the 2022-23 school year. The District’s program offers both 60-hour internships and 30-hour micro-internships, earning either a half or a quarter academic credit.
Teachers earn this designation by demonstrating that their teaching practice meets the rigorous standards established by the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards (NBPTS).
High School District 214 welcomes Michael Happ as new Executive Director of the D214 Education Foundation, which provides funding, secures resources, and promotes partnerships that support student success and innovation.
Rebeca Valdez is one of 20 District 214 seniors who are currently Youth Apprentices.