Chicagoland Jewish High School
It's hard to miss the modern building right off of Lake Cook Road that houses Chicagoland Jewish High School, an architecturally impressive facility that was built in 2001. The goal at the school is to combine academic excellence with Jewish studies, and it has been extremely successful in doing so thus far. The curriculum is a mix of regular academics, like humanities, sciences, and fine arts, plus courses in Judaic studies, including Hebrew and modern Jewish thought.
- Fax: 847-324-3701
- Founding Date: 2001
- Number of students: 155
- Public/Private: Private
- Features: Auditorium/stage, Cafeteria, Computer lab, Infirmary, Language lab, Library, Science lab, Sports facilities
- Extracurricular activities available: Student Government, Va'ad Tefillah, Va'ad Israel Va'ad Tikkun Olam, U.S Politics Club, Interfaith Youth Core, Gender Identity Awareness Club, Mathletes, The Crocheting Club, Va'ad Vogue, The Bike Club, Student Ambassadors, Peer Helpers
- Sports teams: Tennis, golf, soccer, coed cross country, basketball, coed bowling, coed swimming, badminton, coed ultimate frisbee.