• College and Career Success at East St. Louis Sr. High School

    The Class of 2018 has currently earned $12,352,176 in scholarship totals. Of this class, 100% applied to at least five colleges, military or trade schools and 100% were accepted to a four-year or two-year college, military or trade school. Eastside celebrated 6 students who earned both a high school diploma and associate’s degree from Southwestern Illinois College (SWIC) through the Running Start program. An additional 20 seniors completed a math transitions course (Intermediate Algebra) designed to ensure they will not have to take a remedial math course in college.

    In 2017, 100% of 12th grade students applied to at least five colleges, military or trade schools; 97% of class of 2017 was accepted to a four-year or two-year college, military or trade school. The Class of 2017 earned over $14 million. 



Featured News and Headlines

  • Remote Learning Plan

    In response to Illinois State Board of Education's recommendations and in accordance with Illinois State Governor JB Pritzker's executive orders, District 189 and IFT Local 1220 have developed a Remote Learning Plan to meet learning needs and ensure future academic success for all students during this unprecedented school closure.

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  • April 2020 School Closure

    Illinois Gov. JB Pritzker announced schools will remain closed and that remote learning in Illinois will be extended through April 30, 2020 to slow the spread of COVID-19. During this time, at-home learning will continue. Our schools’ commitment to learning and education will remain open and learning will continue for all students - just through a different format. Our teachers, administrators and support staff are fully engaged and willing to take on this new challenge and push forward with remote learning, engaging with students and continuing with our food distribution program.

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  • Need Help? Resources for You

    There are resources available to those needing assistance now during the COVID-19 pandemic – anything from where to find food and childcare support to numbers for County Health Departments and mental health and counseling hotlines.

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  • Student Chromebook Support

    All 1st-12th grade students were required to pick up school-issued chromebooks from the school they attend to continue their learning during this mandated school closure. Learning activities are available on our website and have been distributed by teachers. These chromebooks will allow students access to the Clever Portal, Google Classroom and other educational resources in order to keep up with essential coursework from home. If you did not pickup a chromebook, please contact your child's school principal to discuss options. If you have tech difficulties, contact your school principal.

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  • Grab and Go Student Meals on Wheels

    TIME CHANGE - NOW SERVING 10AM-NOON! Grab and go meals will be provided during school closure. Meals available 10am-Noon, Monday-Friday, at our nine K-12 schools and at 11 participating centers. Brief bus stops will also provide Grab and Go meals. Meals will include one day of breakfast and lunch provided in one bag and are to be picked up then taken home to eat. Meals may be picked up by students or guradians.

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  • Ed Resources During School Closure

    Families, students, leaders, teachers and staff are concerned anytime students are away from school for an extended period of time. For this reason, the Curriculum and Student Support Services departments have compiled a list of resources and websites for students and their families to engage in learning activities. Please use the links provided and activities shared by teachers to keep students engaged in academic and social-emotional activities during our school closure.

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  • Información de Emergencia para Familias

    Recursos para estudiantes de inglés

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  • All Coronavirus-Related Communication

    The health and safety of our students is our top priority. Please read notices to families and staff about COVID-19 and access links to trusted state and federal sites for current information. School closure begins Monday, March 16, 2020 for students. CHECK INFO FREQUENTLY FOR UPDATES.

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  • Transcript Requests During School Closure

    If there is an urgent need for transcripts or student records, please follow steps to make requests while we are under school closure due to COVID-19 precautions. There may be a delay. Please understand that unique circumstances may not be resolved until we return.

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