There are surely other considerations, but please give us a clue as to what you're asking / looking for (diversity? train? population? median income?) so we can attempt to answer your question without running all over the field.
In Glencoe, there are three schools: South (elementary) West (middle) and Central (junior high). Cleverly named! The great thing about Glencoe is that every child in Glencoe goes to these schools, making it a close community where everyone knows each other.
Winnetka has a unique school system. It has a Progressive Education system, which is really unlike anything you can find in a public school system. It focuses on indiviualized instruction, hands-on learning and attention to the development of the whole child. Students in the Winnetka system don't recieve letter grades until 7th grade, although there is extensive conferencing and a unique portfolio review by the students. For more information on the Winnetka schools, visit http://www.winnetka36.org
Donald Yosef Marcus GRI,ABR,SRES,CCREC