Thomas Edison School 8200 Gross Point Rd, Morton Grove, IL60053 Thomas Edison School, founded in 1956, is part of School District 69. Despite its location in Morton Grove, the student…More body is largely made up of children from Skokie. Edison prides itself on being a very diverse school, made up of students from a wide range of backgrounds, both social and cultural. Robert Halipern is principal, and his office focuses on good behavior and character.
Northridge Prep is an academically rigorous boys' school for grades 6-12. The middle school, for grades 6-8, and the…More high school are distinct, with two different principals, though they are housed in the same building.
The school was founded in 1976, partly because parents wanted a school with a serious academic foundation and a focus on personal virtue. Students wear uniforms that include blazers, ties and trousers.
Athletics is also taken seriously at Northridge Prep, and its football and basketball teams have a history of success. The school mascot is the Knights, and a display of a knight in armor stands in the school office.
Notre Dame College Prep 7655 W Dempster St, Niles, IL60714 The Catholic boys' high school was named after Our Lady of Notre Dame. It provides a college preparatory program that…More also offers athletics, theater, music, arts and clubs. The Burke program helps students who have disabilities such as Down's Syndrome, and the Andre program helps students with learning disabilities. Dan Tully, a 1994 graduate of the school, is principal, and Rev. John Smyth is president. Students are called the dons, which means gentlemen in Spanish and are known as the gentlemen of Mary. The school's athletic teams are also named the Dons.