Housed together in the same building, these schools serve children from all branches of Judaism. They are part…More of the Solomon Schechter Day School of Metropolitan Chicago, a school district that also includes the Skokie Solomon Schechter Day School. The district espouses a Conservative Jewish philosophy and provides both general and Judaic education.
The Sager day school serves kindergarten through fifth grade, while the Sager middle school includes grades six through eight. Each school has its own principal, faculty, personnel and office. Students share lunch periods, prayer services and other activities with students of Keshet, a Jewish day school for children with special needs that is also located in the Dundee Road building.
Northbrook School District 27 1250 Sanders Rd, Northbrook, IL60062 Serving northeast Northbrook, District 27 encompasses two elementary schools and one junior high school. Children in…More kindergarten through second grade attend Hickory Point School; third through fifth graders attend Shabonee School; and grades six through eight are held at Wood Oaks Junior High. The district is led by Superintendent David Kroeze.
Shabonee School 2929 Shabonee Trl, Northbrook, IL60062 Shabonee School serves as an intermediate center for District 27 that educates 3rd graders through 5th graders. At the…More beginning of the 2010-2011 school year, the school reopened in a revamped and expanded building and added 3rd graders to its roster. Along with a new entrance facing Pfingsten Road, construction crews added a new gym, eight classrooms and a new main office.
Field Middle School 2055 Landwehr Rd, Northbrook, IL60062 Students from Glenview, Northbrook and unincorporated Northfield Township attend Field Middle School, which is led by…More Principal Erin Murphy. Opened in 1965, the school added a fine arts wing and auditorium in 1991. Special programs include an artist in residence, "Field Idol" competition and annual school musical.
Countryside Montessori School 1985 Pfingsten Rd, Northbrook, IL60062 Founded in 1967, Countryside Montessori School employs the teaching methods of Maria Montessori. For over 40 years, this…More fully accredited school has been meeting the educational needs of children from all backgrounds and walks of life. The school accommodates grades pre-school through 6th grade. Tours are available for parents interested in enrolling their child at Countryside along with classroom observation.
Top Driver Driving School 1402 Techny Rd, Northbrook, IL60062 Top Driver Driving School is one of the nation's leading driving schools dedicated to educating new drivers as well as…More helping parents coach their teen to drive safely. The school specializes in contemporary training, state-of-the-art facilities and parent resources. Interested customers can enroll online and view class schedules for the Northbrook facility.
Winkelman School 1919 Landwehr Rd, Glenview, IL60026 Winkelman School is part of West Northfield School District 31, serving Glenview, Northbrook and unincorporated…More Northfield Township. The elementary school is led by Principal Maria Kalant and is notable for its dedicated science lab and science teacher, climbing wall and community garden, which was planted by students and staff in 2004.
Northbrook Community Nursery School 2700 Willow Rd, Northbrook, IL60062 Northbrook Community Nursery School is a not-for-profit early childhood school founded in 1952. The experienced teachers…More at this establishment have made it their goal to provide a safe and positive environment in which children learn through doing, which means they engage in a variety of creative play and active involvement with other children. Though the school rents space from St. Peter's United Church of Christ, Northbrook Community Nursery School is nondenominational and open to any child from age 18 months to 6 years-old.
North Suburban School of Dance 2705 Techny Rd, Northbrook, IL60062 Located at the North Suburban YMCA on Techny Road, the North Suburban School of Dance offers a variety of dance…More instruction programs for students of all ages. In addition to ballet, hip-hop, modern, jazz and tap dance classes, the school offers piano lessons and a baton twirling clinic. At the end of each season, the school conducts a student recital. Visit the North Suburban YMCA website for schedule and registration information.