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Information about online degrees, distance education, financial aid, and accreditation.

A comprehensive resource that provides a database of Accredited Online Colleges and Universities in Illinois along with many other features resources such as searching for specific online degree programs from schools throughout the US.


Registration and test dates, score reports, college codes, as well as sample questions.

Illinois Prepaid Tuition Program.

National Center for Education Statistics.

Lesson plans, quizzes and a puzzlemaker.

Status of schools, businesses, daycare centers and organizations.

Official website for federal financial aid for students.

Free scholarship search and application site.

Free information on financial aid.

Free driver education program with practice tests.


Details about the Graduate Record Examination.

Test results and other school improvement information for Illinois schools.

Support groups for people involved in homeschooling.

Services and resources for parents, students, teachers, and administrators in Illinois.

Information and sample questions from MAP tests.

Free online courses from a variety of different topics and disciplines.

Helps you find a major, school or occupation most suitable for you.

Information taken from the print guide, a financial aid Q and A section, and a section on how to write college application essays.

Lessons and web resources for K-12 teachers.

Students with intellectual disabilities and their families will find this site helpful while planning their college careers.

College Entrance Examination Board.


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6:30-7:00 Pajama Story Time will take place on the 2nd Monday of the month. January 7th, February 11th, March 11th, and April 8th. Children ages 3 to 6 are invited to come hear stories and have a bedtime snack. Wear your pajamas and bring your favorite stuffed animal friend. Registration is required.  
Spend the afternoon enjoying a classic movie with your friends. Refreshments provided. Registration is not required. 1:00pm  
Boy Scouts of America– January 21st 2:00- 3:00. Since 1910, Scouting hasn’t been so much about twigs and leaves, camping or hiking as it is about the spark. The spark may be a leader’s encouraging words, achieving a merit badge for engineering or going on a high adventure rafting trip. A representative will be at
Club 345– Club 345- 3rd through 5th graders are encouraged to read the books then join us the third Monday of the month at 5:30 to view the movie and compare and contrast the two. Monday, January 21st – The Jungle Book by Rudyard Kipling Monday, February 18th– The House with a Clock in its
Wednesday Mornings 10:30-11:00. Lap-Sit is an interactive program for children ages birth to 24 months and their caregivers. You’ll sing songs, fingerplays, and enjoy reading time together. Registration is required, caregiver must attend with child.  
Thursdays 10:00-11:00. Toddlers and their caregivers can explore and play with different toys and sensory materials each week, develop fine and gross motor skills, as well as social interaction and language skills. Caregivers must accompany child during program. Recommend for ages birth-four years. Registration required