Butterfield School 1441 Lake St, Libertyville, IL60048 Butterfield School was established in 1970 and has evolved from a school that teaches kindergarten through to 8th grade…More to a K-5 learning environment. More than 50 percent of the teachers at Butterfield School have masters degrees and the school believes in helping students explore "the tools of creative problem solving." The school offers a host of student clubs, extra curricular activities and a podcast of book reviews. The school's mascot is Buddy the Bulldog.
Highland Middle School is the only middle school in Libertyville. The school's motto, "If it's to be, it's up to me,"…More reflects its desire to create self-motivated students.
Twice honored with the National Blue Ribbon School of Excellence award, once in 1990 and again in 2010, the school was also awarded the Academic Excellence Award in 2008, which honors schools where more than 90 percent of students met or exceeded state's reading and math standards for three consecutive years.
The school's mascot, Harry the Hornet, can be seen at many of the school's athletic events.
St. John School 501 W Park Ave, Libertyville, IL60048 St. John Lutheran School offers a Christ-centered education for children age 3 through 8th grade. As soon as children…More turn 3 and are toilet trained, they may enroll. There are half and full day options for preschool and kindergarten. St. John Lutheran School is available to members of the church as well as to members of the community. St. John Lutheran School operates a before school and after school care program as well as a summer care program. There are many co curricular and extra curricular enrichment programs for the students to participate in throughout the school year. Come and check out St. John Lutheran School's safe, loving, and family orientated learning environment by setting up a tour today.
Adler Park School was originally established in 1959 but closed down in 1980 due to declining enrollment. It later…More reopened in 1987 and expanded to serve students from pre-school to fifth grade. The school's test scores are consistently above the state's average. Gifted education is offered to fourth and fifth graders, and there are classes for preschoolers with special needs. Sporty the Gator is the school's mascot, which "symbolizes the spirit of family and learning at the school."
Libertyville Cooperative Nursery School 225 W Maple Ave, Libertyville, IL60048 Libertyville Cooperative Nursery School has been offering nursery school classes for children since 1945 when it was…More founded by a group of mothers. This school has a strong belief in parents' involvement in a child's learning process and educational experience. The nursery school offers core classes two or three days a week and specialty classes that meet once a week, as well as the regular school, which is offered September through May. Regular school classes are offered in the morning (from 8:45 a.m. to 11:15 a.m.) and afternoon (from 12:45 p.m. - 3:15 p.m.). Classes are available for 3 year olds to kindergartners. Check online for registration information.
Rockland School 160 W Rockland Rd, Libertyville, IL60048 Rockland School was established in 1949. The original building features classrorms with wooden window, door moldings and…More cloakrooms. More than 80 percent of teachers hold a master's degree. The school features a computer lab with desktop computers for a whole classroom. Each classroom also has a document camera, LCD projector and each grade level has access to an interactive white board. The school's mascot is Rocky the Raptor, which leads the schools Halloween Parade.
Copeland Manor School, established in 1957, is a K - 5 school with three classrooms for each grade. The school has…More been honored as an Academic School of Excellence since 2006. Its current 4th and 5th grade students all meet or exceed the state's standard for ISAT math tests. More than 80 percent of its teachers have a master's degree. Mascot Cougie the Cougar appears at school athletic events.
The school's 2009-2011 goals focus on "employing scientifically based instructional and behavioral interventions aligned with students' needs, and providing a continuum of skills in the area of technology."