Summer School 2022 is underway! 

Lincoln Park Day

Lincoln Lions enjoy meeting each other at Park Day!

School Counselor of the Year3

Congratulations to Mary Wilson, school counselor at Churchville Middle School, for being named the Illinois School Counselor of the Year! 

School Counselor of the Year 2

Mary was recently notified that she had been selected as the Middle School Counselor of the Year by the Illinois School Counselor Association but, in a surprise ceremony at CMS, was notified that she has also been named the Illinois School Counselor of the Year.

Field Elementary Groundbreaking

Field students assist the Board of Education in breaking ground on construction of a new Field Elementary!

Year in Review Session

Superintendent Dr. Keisha Campbell presents a Year-in-Review to community members at the Elmhurst Library.

Congratulations to the York High School Class of 2022!

Explore

Elmhurst Community Unit School District 205 is a national leader in future-ready learning. The District currently serves more than 8,000 students who reside primarily in the City of Elmhurst and small portions of Oak Brook, Bensenville and Addison.

Strategic Planning 2022

 

Churchville PLTW Class

Schools

Jefferson Kindergarten Class

Student Registration

District News

We are excited to announce that District 205 has adopted a new form of school-to-home communication called ParentSquare. This communications platform is designed to keep parents and guardians informed and encourage greater engagement and connection and replaces our previous system.

Elmhurst Community Unit School District 205 fifth grade students from Field and Hawthorne elementary schools entered the Celebrate America Fifth Grade Creative Writing Contest. As they have done in recent years, the D205 students placed in first, second and third place locally and fifth grade student, Elin Seiler (Field) also went on to win the national competition. 

In accordance with Illinois statute, Elmhurst Community Unit School District 205 will destroy temporary records for students who left or graduated from the District before 2016.  Additionally, the District plans to destroy permanent records for students who left the District prior to 1962. This destruction of records will occur on July 1, 2022.

Parents/guardians or adult students who have graduated, transferred or withdrawn from the schools and would like to take possession of their temporary records (Class of 2012) or permanent records (1962) may do so by contacting 630-834-4530 and asking for Micki Dobrowski prior to July 1, 2022.

Calendar Events

DISTRICT 205 BY THE NUMBERS

1:1

iPad & Chromebook to Student Ratio

47

York Alumni inducted into the Dukes of Distinction Hall of Fame

75%

Students involved in an extracurricular activity or athletics at York High School

57

Languages Spoken by D205 Families

96%

Elmhurst District 205 Graduation Rate

$2M

raised by Foundation 205 since 1989

$115,000

rasied by Foundation 205's Community Response Fund to support students and their families

63%

 D205 teachers with advanced degrees

31

sports programs, both cut and non-cut, offered to students each season