Consolidated School District 158

Consolidated School District 158

Community Consolidated School District 158 is a school district in Illinois. The district serves some nearly 8,200 students living in Huntley as well as western portions of Lake in the Hills and Algonquin and surrounding areas. The district employs over 1000 staff members. The school district, which is one of the fastest growing in the state of Illinois, has grappled with skyrocketing enrollment and the subsequent problems associated with it for nearly a decade. The school district has transformed itself from a one elementary/one high school district as recently as 1996 to a district that as of 2006 boasts 5 elementary schools, 2 middle schools, and 1 high school on three campuses district-wide.

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Huntley, Illinois - Education - Consolidated School District 158
... The village is served entirely by Consolidated School District 158 ... The village used to be entirely served by an elementary school and a high school located in town, but the growing district has since discontinued use of those buildings, and has since built ... The Harmony Road Campus in the western part of the village contains Huntley High School and Leggee Elementary School ...
Consolidated School District 158 - Schools
... Harmony Road Campus in Huntley Huntley High School (grades 9-12) Leggee Elementary School (grades K-5) Reed Road Campus in Lake in the Hills Henry Marlowe Middle School (grades 6-8) Henry Marlowe Middle ... Its school mascot is the Mustang, and the school colors are black, white, and silver ... Hannah Martin Elementary School (grades 3-5) May Chesak Elementary School (grades K-2) Square Barn Road Campus in Algonquin District 158 Administration/Transportation Building Bernice Heinemann Middle School (grades ...

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