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Community Consolidated
School District 59

2123 South Arlington Heights Road
Arlington Heights, IL 60005

P: (847) 593-4300
F: (847) 593-4409


Dr. Art Fessler Superintendent of Schools

The District employs 829 individuals on a full-time basis to complete its mission as a PreK-8 grade school system.


Demographics

The student body represents a cultural richness and diversity that complements our district’s instructional programs. Every attempt is made to provide class sizes that are on the average, in the middle to lower 20’s.


Curriculum

The curriculum is consistent with current educational practices and every attempt is made to adapt it to the individual needs of a child. On achievement tests, students score well above state and national averages in all areas. A nationally recognized, ongoing comprehensive technological plan to assist in providing the type of instructional programs and delivery systems necessary to prepare students for life is in place and under constant evaluation and refinement. Upon graduation from eighth grade, District 59 students attend Prospect, Rolling Meadows, or Elk Grove High Schools, which are part of High School District 214. District 59 is a member of the eight-district Northwest Suburban Special Education Organization (NSSEO), which provides education for children with special needs.


Schools

All elementary schools have been renovated along with major improvements to Grove, Holmes and Friendship Junior High Schools. The schools include modern, up-to-date library media centers, computer labs, cabling infrastructure providing Internet access to all classrooms, and attractive instructional classroom settings.

Our Schools District Boundary Map School Report Cards


History

During the period 1947-1971, student population increased dramatically, reaching a peak enrollment of 11,398. This period of growth was followed by a gradual decrease in enrollment that reached a low point in 1988 of 5,365 students, resulting in the closing of eight schools. During the next ten years, student enrollment increased by approximately 100 students per year. Beginning in 1998, the district began experiencing modest enrollment decline.

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Community Consolidated
School District 59

2123 South Arlington Heights Road
Arlington Heights, IL 60005

P: (847) 593-4300
F: (847) 593-4409


Dr. Art Fessler Superintendent of Schools

The District employs 829 individuals on a full-time basis to complete its mission as a PreK-8 grade school system.


Demographics

The student body represents a cultural richness and diversity that complements our district’s instructional programs. Every attempt is made to provide class sizes that are on the average, in the middle to lower 20’s.


Curriculum

The curriculum is consistent with current educational practices and every attempt is made to adapt it to the individual needs of a child. On achievement tests, students score well above state and national averages in all areas. A nationally recognized, ongoing comprehensive technological plan to assist in providing the type of instructional programs and delivery systems necessary to prepare students for life is in place and under constant evaluation and refinement. Upon graduation from eighth grade, District 59 students attend Prospect, Rolling Meadows, or Elk Grove High Schools, which are part of High School District 214. District 59 is a member of the eight-district Northwest Suburban Special Education Organization (NSSEO), which provides education for children with special needs.


Schools

All elementary schools have been renovated along with major improvements to Grove, Holmes and Friendship Junior High Schools. The schools include modern, up-to-date library media centers, computer labs, cabling infrastructure providing Internet access to all classrooms, and attractive instructional classroom settings.

Our Schools District Boundary Map School Report Cards


History

During the period 1947-1971, student population increased dramatically, reaching a peak enrollment of 11,398. This period of growth was followed by a gradual decrease in enrollment that reached a low point in 1988 of 5,365 students, resulting in the closing of eight schools. During the next ten years, student enrollment increased by approximately 100 students per year. Beginning in 1998, the district began experiencing modest enrollment decline.

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