Arlington Heights Schools
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ARLINGTON HEIGHTS, ILLINOIS SCHOOLS AND NEIGHBORHOODS: WE ARE HERE TO HELP
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ABOUT Arlington Heights, Illinois SCHOOLS
Arlington Heights schools boast a total student population of 17,699 attending 35 schools in 12 public school districts and 20 private schools. Public school revenue and expenditures vary by school district but Arlington Heights public schools spend an average of $9,255 per student each year.
Student teacher ratio is an important statistic cluing parents into the probable attention their child might receive individually in a classroom setting. Arlington Heights public schools average a student teacher ratio of 13:1. Arlington Heights private schools average 9:1. Also, high schools in Arlington Heights average a student body population of 426, while Arlington Heights middle schools and elementary schools average student body populations of 344 and 373 respectively.
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CHOOSING THE BEST SCHOOL FOR YOUR CHILD: WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW
It wasn\'t so long ago that a child\'s education was limited to geographical boundaries set by the local school district. Increasingly, government is injecting "choice" into the equation by allowing children to enroll in the school of their choosing, regardless of where they live, as long as there is sufficient classroom space available.