• Student Handbook

    This handbook aims to provide information on policies, procedures, and support that Township High School District 113 contributes. This student handbook is only a summary of our District's policies. It seeks to address frequently asked questions and provides information so that each student receives the support needed to reach their unique potential. Please feel free to request additional information from specific departments, and be aware that the handbook is subject to amendments throughout the year without notice. 

    District Mission


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    School rules published in this document are subject to revision to ensure compliance with federal, state, or local laws and regulations and allow the district to continue operating routinely.

    Please note that Policy 7-190 is currently pending approval by the Board of Education. After thoroughly reviewing and considering all relevant factors, the policy will be updated and finalized in early August 2024. Once the approval process is complete, we will link the revised version of the policy to our student handbook. Thank you for your understanding and patience as we work to ensure our policies reflect the best interests of our students and the school community.

  • Non-Discrimination Notice

    In Township High School District 113, we believe in treating every student and member of our community with fairness and respect. Our commitment to this principle is unwavering. We want to make it clear that we do not discriminate against anyone based on their race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or age in any of our school programs or activities. We also ensure equal access to participation for the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups.

    If you ever feel that you or your child has experienced discrimination or harassment, including violations of Title IX (a law prohibiting sex-based discrimination in education), we want to know about it. We have a fair and efficient process to address such concerns through a grievance procedure.

    You can file a grievance with any District Complaint Manager, and you can request a Complaint Manager of the same sex or gender identity if that makes you more comfortable. The Complaint Manager may ask you to provide a written statement explaining the nature of the complaint, or they may request a meeting with you and your parent(s)/guardian(s) if you're a student. Rest assured that the Complaint Manager will assist you throughout the process.

    To learn more about our commitment to non-discrimination, our administrative procedures, and to find contact information for our Non-Discrimination and Title IX Coordinators, as well as Complaint Managers, please explore the links provided below.


    Equal Educational Opportunities

    Board Policy 7-10

    Board policy 2-260,


    Title IX/Nondiscrimination and 504 Coordinator Information:

    Title IX Coordinator

    Assistant Superintendent of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

    Mirah Anti, manti@dist113.org, 224-765-1028

    1040 Park Ave, Highland Park 60035


    504 Coordinator

    Assistant Superintendent of Student Services

    Dr. Tiffany Rowe, trowe@dist113.org, 224-765-1019

    1040 Park Ave, Highland Park 60035


    The following agencies may also be able to answer inquiries about some of the laws cited above:

    U.S. Department of Education Office for Civil Rights (OCR)
    Chicago Office

    JCK Federal Building
    230 S. Dearborn Street, 37th Floor
    Chicago, IL 60604
    Telephone: (312) 730-1560
    Facsimile: (312) 730-1576
    Email: OCR.Chicago@ed.gov

    See www.ed.gov/ocr

    U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC)
    Chicago District Office

    JCK Federal Building
    Chicago, IL 60604
    Telephone: (312) 872-9744
    Facsimile: 312-588-1260
    Email: Info@EEOC.org

    See www.eeoc.gov

    Illinois Department of Human Rights (IDHR)
    Springfield Office

    535 West Jefferson
    1st Floor, Intake Unit
    Springfield, IL 62702
    Telephone: (217) 785-5100
    Facsimile: (217) 785-5106
    Email: IDHR.webmail@Illinois.gov

    See www2.illinois.gov/DHR