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Robin Burisek, Home Buyer in Sandwich, IL

Where can I get information on Grayslake schools?

Asked by Robin Burisek, Sandwich, IL Thu Aug 23, 2007

I'd like to know the quality of schools, how districts are mapped out, and what high school the kids will eventually go to.

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Hi Robin,

This is a pretty comprehensive site for Illinois schools. Click on the link and it will take you to Grayslake schools.

http://webprod.isbe.net/ereportcard/publicsite/searchBySchoo…

Cathi Weaver
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0 votes Thank Flag Link Thu Aug 23, 2007
Robin,
You can cut and paste this link. http://www.d46.k12.il.us/images/d46map07.jpg
This will show you the district boundaries for the grade schools in Grayslake. Grayslake has two high schools. Normally those that live south of Washington will go to Grayslake Central. Those that reside to the north of Washington in the Grayslake High School District will go to the Grayslake North High School. There is a map for the high schools at http://www.d127.org/pdf/d127/maph.pdf. It is difficult to read. You best bet is to call District 127 at 847-986-3400.
You can view the report cards for the Grayslake high schools at http://www.d127.org, the grade schools at http://www.d46.k12.il.us/district.
Also greatschools.com is a great resource.
Thanks
Elizabeth Splitt
0 votes Thank Flag Link Tue Oct 16, 2007
Robin,

A site I recommend to many clients is http://www.greatschools.net. It's been a consistent award-winning site and most recently won a People's Choice Webby award as the "Best Family & Parenting Site".

John
0 votes Thank Flag Link Fri Oct 5, 2007
Hi Robin,
Trulia's real estate guide might be able to help. You can plot schools on the map and get information about them, including contact information.
Good luck!
0 votes Thank Flag Link Thu Aug 23, 2007
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