Township High School District 211

Township High School District 211 is a school district located in Cook County, Illinois, the largest high school district in Illinois. District 211 serves most of the Palatine and Schaumburg townships, including significant portions of the city of Rolling Meadows and the villages of Hoffman Estates, Inverness, Palatine, and Schaumburg, as well as smaller corners of Arlington Heights, Elk Grove, Hanover Park, Roselle, and South Barrington.

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