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Wilmette Public Schools District 39

Serving more than 3,500 students in grades K - 8, Wilmette Public School District 39 includes a significant portion of Wilmette and a small portion of adjacent Glenview.

Children in grades K-4 attend one of four existing neighborhood elementary schools: Central School, Harper School, McKenzie School, or Romona School.

Students in grades 5 and 6 attend Highcrest Middle School. Students in grades 7 and 8 attend Wilmette Junior High School. Average class size ranges from 22 to 24 students, with the highest levels at the older grades.

Student test scores consistently reflect achievement well above state and national norms. Graduates of Wilmette Public Schools District 39 attend the highly acclaimed New Trier High School.

Avoca School District 37

The Avoca School District 37 serves students from parts of four surrounding communities: Glenview, Northfield, Wilmette, and Winnetka. The greatest number of our students live in Wilmette.

There are two schools in the district: Avoca West, a K-5 elementary school; and Marie Murphy, a 6-8 middle school.

Graduates of Avoca District 37 attend the highly acclaimed New Trier High School.

New Trier High School

New Trier High School is one of the most highly acclaimed public high schools in the State of Illinois.  The major campus is located in Winnetka and freshman students attend the Northfied campus. 
 
 
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