Building Learning Communities
  
Dance Lessons
 

Sign up for Community Education classes to fuel your passion

Are you looking at the New Year wanting to pick up a new hobby or rekindle an old passion? It’s never too late to start now! This New Year, District 214 Community Education is offering four ways that you can do that. One, sign up for the Old Time Radio Group class and fulfill your dream of reliving the good old days of shows like Jack Benny and The Shadow. It has a new format and meets for seven classes starting February 23. » Continue Reading

Unique Community Education tradition continues with April luau

The unique District 214 Community Education tradition of having older adults and District 214 high school students come together in a social setting will highlight the month of April with a luau-themed party on Saturday, April 16, at Forest View Educational Center. Tickets for the party are $15 for adults and $5 for District 214 high school students which will include dinner, show and dancing from 6:00-10:30 p.m. It is encouraged to come dressed according to the theme and win a prize! » Continue Reading

2 Elvis stars to headline February 27 concert at Forest View

District 214 Community Education welcomes two of the country’s hottest Elvis performers on February 27 at Forest View Educational Center in Arlington Heights. Mark Hussman, named the No. 1 Elvis in the country by America Online, and Quentin Flagg, rock ‘n’ roll extraordinaire whose Elvis impersonation gets you to snap your fingers and stomp your feet, will perform Elvis Presley’s hits in two 45-minute sets. » Continue Reading

Hard work is paying off for 2 Adult Ed students with sights on college

Community Education is excited to highlight the efforts of two of its students who are working very hard to pass their high school equivalency tests in order to go to college. Here are their stories. Stephanie first came to Community Education in the fall of 2015. Stephanie, born in the United States, is the daughter of immigrant parents from Mexico and speaks both English and Spanish fluently. » Continue Reading

Budget impasse affects CE programs

The state budget impasse is having a terrible impact on Adult Education and Family Literacy programs statewide. We need to make sure that our legislators are aware that our funding is not being allocated as a result of not having a state budget. The time to contact your legislator is now. Please take a moment to view the powerful video that was made by Howard Area Community Center to highlight three participants who are directly impacted by the budget impasse. » Continue Reading

 

Upcoming Events

FEB
17
Wednesday, February 17, 2016
Cabaret
FEB
17
Wednesday, February 17, 2016
ABSOLUTELY ARIZONA! PHOENIX AND TUCSON
FEB
18
Wednesday, February 17, 2016
ABSOLUTELY ARIZONA! PHOENIX AND TUCSON
FEB
19
Wednesday, February 17, 2016
ABSOLUTELY ARIZONA! PHOENIX AND TUCSON
» View More Events
 

Welcome from the Director

Mike Field
 
Welcome to the District 214 Community Education website. 

While you may be aware of our district’s six comprehensive high schools and three alternative programs, you may not be as familiar with Community Education. The Township High School District 214 Board of Education believes strongly in serving the educational needs of the entire community, and that belief is reflected in the District’s mission, which includes providing lifelong learning opportunities for all its residents..... » Continue Reading

 

Community Education| 2121 S. Goebbert Rd. Arlington Heights, IL 60005| 847-718-7700 | Fax: 847-718-7713| Email: ce@d214.org
© 2011 Township High School District 214. All rights reserved. Site Map|Building Locations|Terms & Conditions|Policies|Contact Us