63rd Street Park 3000 63rd St, Woodridge, IL60517 The 63rd Street Park is located near Summerhill Park, in a residential community between I-53 and I-355. The park…More includes elementary play equipment, swings and a tot swing. The 63rd Street Park also includes one baseball and softball field and two basketball courts. The park has its own parking lot near the baseball and softball field. A walking and biking trail winds through the park.
Benet Academy is a four-year college-preparatory high school. It was founded in 1887 and is affiliated with the…More Roman Catholic Church's Diocese of Joliet. The facility is owned and operated by St. Procopius Abbey.
Benet Academy emphasizes extracurricular activities, religious instruction and opportunities for a faith-filled life. The dedicated staff creates a supportive environment for academic excellence.
Tuition is $8,800 for the 2010-2011 school year. Admission is based on an applicant's score on the standardized entrance exam. Priority is given to Catholic applicants. The school also considers the applicant's relation to Benet alumni and current students, and his or her elementary school test scores and essays.
Stephen Marth is the principal at this home of the Redwings, which offers the following activities and more: intramurals, choir and chorus, color guard, chamber orchestra, concert band, concert chorale, drama, debate, jazz band, Madrigals, marching band, Marians, mass choir, Model U.N., Mr. Redwing, Muse Literary Magazine, musicals, National French Honors Society, National Honors Society, newspaper, outreach, peer leaders, peer ministry, pep band, pit orchestra, ping pong, stage crew, string orchestra, student ambassadors, student government, St. Wenceslaus Servers, symphonic band, wind ensemble and the yearbook committee.
Lakeview is the sole junior high school in District 66, enrolling students in sixth through eighth grades. Woodridge…More students who live south of 75th Street and east of Woodward Avenue, including Windsor Lakes residents, attend District 66 schools. Paul Windsor is the principal. Lakeview holds an annual eighth grade class trip to Washington D.C.
Lakeview's specialty is music. It has several bands, including two jazz bands, a wind ensemble, symphonic band and concert band. It also has a marching band and color guard, a drama club and performs an annual musical. There are also general music classes and an extra-curricular choir program. (More information about District 66's fine arts program can be found at http://www.ccsd66music.com.)
Lakeview also has several athletic teams, from swimming to football and intramurals, as well as several extracurricular clubs. Project Challenge is the gifted/academically talented program at Lakeview. Students in this program are enrolled in advanced classes in math, language arts and/or reading. These students also meet two days a week for alternative assignments, projects and novel studies during study hall time or before school.
Lakeview has made adequate yearly progress under the federal No Child Left Behind Act every year since the Act was enacted.