Local Schools

Photo of Prospect Height School, Mount Prospect IL

School District Map for Mount Prospect

Pre-Schools / Child Care

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Middle Schools and Junior Highs

Friendship Junior High School
847/593-4350

Holmes Jr. High School
847/593-4390

Holmes Middle School
847/520-2790

Lincoln Middle School
847/394-7350

River Trails Middle School
847/298-1750

High Schools

The Academy at Forest View
847/718-7772

Buffalo Grove High School
847/718-4000

Elk Grove High School
847-718-4400

John Hersey High School
847-718-4800

Prospect High School
847/718-5200

Rolling Meadows High School
847/718-5600

Vanguard School
847/718-7870

Wheeling High School
847/718-7000

Special Education

Camelot Therapeutic Schools
847/391-8036
Residential and Day School for students age 5-21 with autism, learning disabilities, developmental delay or other health impairments.

Clearbrook Center
847/870-7711
Clearbrook is committed to being a leader in creating innovative opportunities, services and supports for people with disabilities. With a staff of 900+ and more than 50 locations across Chicagoland, Clearbrook is proud to report that 92 percent of every dollar raised goes directly into our programs and services.

Maryville Jen School
847/390-3020
Offering therapeutic educational services in a hands-on learning environment. The Maryville Jen School also provides opportunity for students through Maryville’s Life Skills and Vocational Training. Jen School is an Illinois State Board of Education approved Non-Public Special Education Facility (14-7.02) licensed to serve males ages 5 – 21.

Northwest Suburban Special Education Organization (NSSEO)
799 W. Kensington Road
Mount Prospect, IL
847/463-8100
Organization that insures that all students ages 3-21 with disabilities have access to special education programming and services.

Search, Inc.
773/271-8282
Search Adult Learning services are provided at four program locations, in Chicago, Evanston, Mount Prospect, and Waukegan. Over 400 individuals attend daily. More like continuing education than traditional developmental training, Search Adult Learning services are curriculum based and community inclusive.