Mission Statement: Embracing its diversity, ETHS dedicates itself to educating all students to their fullest potential.
In pursuit of excellence, we dedicate ourselves to these guiding principles. Evanston Township High School is committed to educating all of its students to their maximum potential. This commitment requires not only respect for the differences in students and staff from widely diverse social, economic, cultural, linguistic, intellectual, racial, educational, and religious backgrounds but also a sustained effort to use that diversity to fulfill its commitment.
Our commitment to excellence requires that our students develop the knowledge, skills, attitudes, and behaviors necessary for full participation in a democratic society and in the global community. Active involvement and hard work are required on the part of the entire educational community. Since adolescence is a period of change and questioning, our school must guide and nurture students as they strive to become responsible citizens. Our quest in all that we do is excellence, the standard against which we must measure our students and ourselves. Freedom of thought, of expression, and of intellectual exchange as well as disciplined effort are essential if we are to attain this excellence. To these ends, ETHS commits itself to fostering an atmosphere conducive to intellectual inquiry, innovation, enhanced self-esteem, mutual respect, and caring among all of the school community.
ETHS recognizes the right of parents to participate in decisions pertaining to the education of their children. Parents shall have the right to request a conference with a teacher, counselor, or administrator anytime during the school year and the right to approve a student's courses, course level placement, special education placement and IEP. Parents and students shall have due process rights regarding disciplinary matters and special education decisions as provided by state and federal statute. Information about parent rights shall be published and distributed to students and parents at the beginning of each school year and shall be available in the Public Relations Office throughout the year.
Evanston Township District 202 is a publicly funded organization
No. of Schools: 1
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