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8th Grade Nights at D155

High School District 155 information for incoming freshmen for the 2017-2018 school year.

Crystal Lake Central High School
8th Grade Night for the Class of 2021

Thursday, February 2, 2017

5:00 p.m. - 6:30pm  Last names beginning with A-K
7:00 p.m. - 8:30pm  Last names beginning with L-Z
If you cannot make your scheduled time, you may attend the other session. 

Students and parents will have an opportunity to choose academic courses and attend an Athletic and Activity fair. At that time, your student will receive his/her core academic course recommendations and  the results from the PSAT 8/9 test. We look forward to seeing you in February!. If you have any questions prior to 8th Grade Night, please feel free to contact Student Services at extension 2249.

Crystal Lake South High School

Welcome Class of 2021 to Crystal Lake South High School!

Curriculum Night:
January 26, 2017
6:00 - 8:00 p.m.

Curriculum Night is new for the Class of 2021 and it is designed to help students/families have a much better understanding of the course selection process. Your attendance at this evening presentation is STRONGLY RECOMMENDED.  It is our goal to have your child understand the four year planning process so he/she can select the appropriate courses at 8th Grade Night. Families in attendance will learn the intricacies of scheduling and will outline a four year plan. We are asking all families to RSVP for the event as portions of the evening will be designed specifically for your child. RSVP HERE:

8th Grade Night:

February 2, 2017

8th Grade Night is MANDATORY for all incoming Crystal Lake South High School students. On this evening, students will finalize academic courses selections for the 2017-2018 school year and are encouraged to attend the Athletic and Activity fair.

In mid-January, your student will receive his/her core academic course recommendations and  the results from the PSAT 8/9 test. Course recommendations are made based on a combination of test scores and conversations with middle school teachers.

8th Grade Night presentation times are listed below:

  • Thursday, February 2nd from 5:00-6:30

(Last name beginning with A, C, D, H, I, J, K, N, O, P, Q, S, Z)

  • Thursday, February 2nd from 7:00-8:30

(Last name beginning with B, E, F, G, L, M, R, T, U, V, W, X, Y)

We look forward to seeing you at each of these events in the coming months. Please feel free to contact us at (815) 455-3860 x3226 if you have any questions about the course selection process.

Prairie Ridge High School


8th Grade Night - Welcome Class of 2021

Eighth Grade Night will be held on Thursday, February 2 at 6 p.m. in the gym. Please enter through the main lobby doors and stop by the registration table to pick up the evening’s program and your student’s packet.

During the presentation, building leaders will discuss a variety of topics of high importance to PRHS families. Your attendance at this program is mandatory as it marks the first step in the high school registration process. The parents’ task for the evening will be to help your child select two electives for each semester, for a total of five academic subjects each semester. Physical Education, Freshman Seminar, Band, and/or Chorus are options that can be chosen in addition to these two electives. Please note that if you do not attend this evening event, classes for the next school year will be automatically selected.

Your student’s PSAT 8/9 results, as well as a working copy of the registration form that contains the English, math, and science courses for which your student has been recommended, will be mailed home before January 18, 2017. Please note, an official copy of the registration form will be filled out and turned in on February 2, 2017.

Besides the presentations on academics, we will be hosting a PR Showcase to promote increased involvement and awareness of the activities Prairie Ridge has to offer. Involvement in school athletics and activities plays a vital role in your student’s academic success in high school. In fact, one of the most accurate predictors of post-secondary success for students is their involvement in extracurricular activities of some kind during high school.