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First Day of Summer School
Session 1

First Day of Freshman Academy

Independence Day Observed

Session 2 of Summer School Begins

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West Leyden High School
1000 Wolf Road
Northlake, IL 60164
(847) 451-3122

East Leyden High School
3400 Rose Street
Franklin Park, IL 60131
(847) 451-3000

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The second semester report cards are available on the Home Access Center and have been mailed home.


This summer three Leyden students and two faculty members are going to Zambia, Africa with World Vision, which is helping AIDS orphans to overcome extreme poverty and to develop their full potential.

We’ll meet with teachers, development workers, AIDS caregivers, and children to learn how Zambians are working to turn the tide against the AIDS pandemic and how we in the U.S. can join them in the fight.

 Each team member must raise $4,500 each for the trip. You can help them get to Africa by donating online. Click here to learn how to donate: http://www.firstgiving.com/leydenafrica


At the May 21st Board of Education meeting, the School Board adopted the 2010-2011 school calendar. The 2010-2011 school year will be starting earlier than normal and the Board felt it was important to give everyone as much time as possible to plan. The 2009-2010 calendar had been adopted earlier in the year.

2009-2010 Calendar ---------- 2010-2011 Calendar


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Home Access Center

The Leyden High Schools serve all or part of the following suburban communities: Franklin Park, Northlake, Rosemont, Schiller Park, River Grove, Melrose Park, and unincorporated Leyden Township. For a more complete description of the district boundaries, please click here.

District 212 has two high schools (East & West Leyden) and one combined athletic program. The athletic merger took place in 1981.



Leyden High School District 212 is an equal opportunity institution and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, or disabilities.