Evanston Township High School is a large high school in central Evanston. The school places an emphasis on excellence…More and values diversity along racial, religious and cultural lines. ETHS believes that a major part of a child's education is parental involvement, and encourages parents to take advantage of the school's offer of parent-teacher conferences.
The high school prepares students in a wide variety of skills with a focus on the cooperative — a community garden tended by the students offers local vegetables grown just across the street.
Teen Baby Nursery 2010 Dewey Ave, Evanston, IL60201 The Teen Baby Nursery provides childcare services to teen moms working to complete high school. It is open to mothers…More who live in Evanston and are either enrolled in Evanston Township High School or working on a GED program to get a high school diploma, with a child six weeks to three years old. The program is accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children.
Evanston Mini-Mart 1901 Church St, Evanston, IL60201 Located right next to Evanston Township High School, the mini-mart at Church and Dodge has been a teen favorite for…More years. Business gets rather slow in the summer, but you can still get a cold drink and living essentials from this friendly establishment. Be prepared for the 3:45pm rush on school days, as the place gets rather packed.
Boltwood Freshman School 1600 Dodge Ave, Evanston, IL60201 As part of Evanston Township High School, Boltwood Freshman School houses classrooms for freshman students. The school…More has a wide variety of extracurricular programs including interscholastic sports, fine arts (performance and exhibition opportunities), clubs and student government. ETHS also has summer school programs for year-round education.
Center for Independent Futures 743 Main St, Evanston, IL60202 Located on Main Street, the Center for Independent Futures is a nonprofit organization that supports individuals with…More disabilities and their families. Its services include consultations, facilitated life-planning sessions and supported living arrangements. CIF also has partnerships with schools and human service agencies, and it trains teachers in Evanston Township High School's special education department.