Skokie is served by many exceptional public and private schools. Public school district boundaries are depicted in the School District Map. Both Newsweek and U.S. News & World Report recently cited Niles North High School as one of the country's best. The U.S. Department of Education has recognized Niles Township High Schools for Excellence in Education. Most recently, the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts singled out Niles Township High Schools as having the #1 arts education program in the nation.
Skokie Public Schools
School District 65 - www.district65.net
School District 68 - www.sd68.k12.il.us
School District 69 - www.skokie69.k12.il.us
School District 72 - www.fairview.k12.il.us
School District 73 - www.eps.n-cook.k12.il.us
School District 73 1/2 - www.sd735.org
School District 202 - www.eths.k12.il.us
School District 219 - www.niles-hs.k12.il.us
Skokie Colleges and Universities
Oakton Community College - www.oakton.edu, 7701 North Lincoln Avenue, Skokie
The OCC Ray Hartstein Campus is located in Skokie and offers a variety of day, evening, and weekend courses as well as online classes through the teleconferencing and distance learning center.
National Louis University - www.nl.edu, 5202 Old Orchard Road, Skokie
NLU North Shore at Skokie opened in 2006 as a state-of-the-art modern campus boasting 44 wireless classrooms equipped with high-tech media equipment, four computer labs and a walk-in lab in the library.
Sanford-Brown College - www.sanfordbrown.edu, 4930 Oakton Street, Skokie
Sanford-Brown College-Skokie is part of a network of private schools committed to educating trained, confident professionals for a growing number of career opportunities in the healthcare and related industries.
Everest College - www.everest.edu, 9811 Woods Drive, 2nd Floor, Skokie
Everest College Skokie campus offers degrees in the healthcare field, while also offering online degrees in many other subjects.
Hebrew Theological College - www.htc.edu, 7135 Carpenter Road, Skokie
Hebrew Theological College is committed to the advancement of scholarship in accordance with the principles of Orthodox Judaism, providing academic programs to produce Torah Scholars, who will provide Rabbinic and lay leadership, serving the Jewish community in their professional and personal vocations.