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Boltwood Freshman School
1600 Dodge Ave, Evanston, IL 60201
As part of Evanston Township High School, Boltwood Freshman School houses classrooms for freshman students. The schoolMore 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.
Evanston School of Ballet
1933 Central St, Evanston, IL 60201
The Evanston School of Ballet, founded in 1968, helps students strive to achieve their highest levels. The school offersMore ballet classes for everyone from beginners to professionals. Evanston is open to both girls and boys through separate fall, winter, spring, and summer terms. To the school, music is an important aspect of ballet, which is why live musical accompaniment is provided for all of their classes. The school also provides lecture demonstrations for other schools and groups.
Evanston Township High School (ETHS)
1600 Dodge Ave, Evanston, IL 60201

Evanston Township High School is a large high school in central Evanston. The school places an emphasis on excellenceMore 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.

Dewey Elementary School
1551 Wesley Ave, Evanston, IL 60201
Dewey Elementary School is a part of the Evanston/Skokie School District 65. This school teaches kindergarten throughMore fifth grade and offers classes in physical education, art, music and library services. Dewey also offer "Tiger Talk," the official school newsletter. In 2009, Dewey Elementary School was named to the Illinois State Board of Education Honor Roll with an Academic Excellence Award.
Orrington Elementary School
2636 Orrington Ave, Evanston, IL 60201
Orrington Elementary School serves students from kindergarten through fifth grade. The principal is Michael Dougherty,More who has a reputation for involving himself personally and committing his time and resources to the school and the students. The school has a psychologist on staff, as well as a special learning staff and ESL teacher.
Chiaravalle Montessori School
425 Dempster St, Evanston, IL 60201
This school offers pre-school through eighth grade with a focus on Montessori style teaching that emphasizes the valuesMore of individuality, respect and cooperation. The school is located in one of Evanston's classic century-old buildings and has been educating children since 1980.
Haven Middle School
2417 Prairie Ave, Evanston, IL 60201
Haven Middle School is a part of the Evanston/Skokie School District 65. It is a public middle school and teaches sixthMore through eighth grade. Haven offers a variety of extracurricular activities such as sports, French club, band, chorus, drama and art. Haven is the home of the Northstars.
Dawes School
440 Dodge Ave, Evanston, IL 60202
Dawes School elementary school. is part of the Evanston/Skokie School District 65. Dawes teaches students fromMore kindergarten to fifth grade. In addition to the basics--math, science and social studies--students learn physical education, music/band and art as well. Extracurricular activities include basketball, flag football and drama. Parents can join the Dawes PTA and attend regular meetings. Dawes School also has its own organic garden, grown by teachers and students, known as The Garden of Eatin'.
Roycemore School
640 Lincoln St, Evanston, IL 60201
The exterior of the Roycemore School is beautiful. Vast, with a number of buildings, the campus evokes a large andMore sprawling English country manor or a small college. Arched windows and murals support the school's inclusion on the rolls of the National Register of Historic Places. The school prides itself on both its rich history and the lives its students go on to lead. The private school bills itself as one of Evanston's leading college prep academies.
Chute Middle School
1400 Oakton St, Evanston, IL 60202
Chute Middle School is located in central Evanston. The public school hosts 6th through 8th grade and has moreMore than 500 students and nearly 50 faculty and staff members. It is a part of Evanston School District 65.
MidWest Montessori School
926 Noyes St, Evanston, IL 60201

The MidWest Montessori School is a training school for teachers who will be teaching at local Montessori schools.More Since 1992, the MMS has been offering training and observation services to teachers interested in teaching within the Montessori system. Once training is finished the graduates can go on to teach.

 

Walker Elementary
3601 Church St, Evanston, IL 60203
This elementary school is part of Evanston's public school system and is located so far west that it's very nearly inMore Skokie instead of Evanston. Walker, like many other schools, has adopted green education as part of the curriculum.  There is a vegetable garden outside the school, tended by the children and staff.
Covenant Nursery School
1420 Maple Ave, Evanston, IL 60201
Founded by Lois Lloyd, the founder of the local northern suburban SHORE group, the Covenant Nursery School has beenMore serving Evanston almost as long as her other organization. For more than 55 years, this not-for-profit school has been educating toddlers and infants from two to five years old. Although the school mostly offers half-day education and care, there are extended care programs as well as summer programs. The school is not strongly religious, but it's non-sectarian, so there is a religious element.
The Barbereux School
3333 Culver St, Evanston, IL 60201

In 1958, the Barbereux School moved out of its humble first home in an Evanston storefront and into its currentMore location. Tucked away in far northwestern Evanston, the school is a quiet oasis on a leafy street and looks comfortable amidst the residential homes. The large yard outside the school is filled with toys and different sorts of playground equipment, clearly marking the school's focus on play as an element of learning.  

From its origins as a small, local music school, Barbereux has expanded to become one of Evanston's premier educational institutions.