honor roll Illinois Honor Roll - 2010




    The 2010 Illinois Honor Roll recognizes 834 schools across the state for their continued academic progress. The honor roll is divided into three categories – Spotlight Schools, Academic Excellence and Academic Improvement. Each award has unique criteria that best reflect the diverse circumstances of Illinois schools.

    • Spotlight Schools – Recognizes 300 high-poverty, high-performing schools that are beating the odds to overcome the achievement gap.
    • Academic Excellence Awards – 459 schools have sustained high performance over at least three years.
    • Academic Improvement Awards – 93 schools are showing substantial improvement.

    A complete listing of the 2010 Illinois Honor Roll Schools can be found online at http://www.ilhonorroll.niu.edu/


2010 Honor Roll Press Releases



April 11, 2011 -- State Superintendent celebrates success of 21 Southern Illinois Honor Roll Schools

Cobden — Illinois State Superintendent of Education Christopher A. Koch recognized 21 Southern Illinois schools today for being named to the 2010 Illinois Honor Roll. The schools were honored during a school assembly at Cobden High School. con't.

March 14, 2011 -- State Superintendent celebrates success of 17 Madison County Honor Roll Schools

Marine  — The Illinois State Board of Education recognized 17 Madison County schools today for being named to the 2010 Illinois Honor Roll. The schools were honored during a school assembly at Marine Elementary School in Marine. con't.

March 3, 2011 -- State Superintendent celebrates success of 19 Fox Valley Honor Roll Schools

St. Charles — Illinois State Superintendent of Education Christopher A. Koch recognized 19 Tri-City schools today for being named to the 2010 Illinois Honor Roll. The schools were honored during a school assembly at Munhall Elementary School in St. Charles. con't.

January 31, 2011 -- Illinois’ 2010 Honor Roll recognizes more than 830 schools for academic excellence

Annual list shows continued academic achievement; Number of consistently high-performing schools increased to 459 in past year

The Illinois State Board of Education (ISBE) and Northern Illinois University (NIU) announced today that 834 schools made the Illinois Honor Roll for their continued academic progress. The 2010 honor roll includes 71 schools that are being recognized for the seventh or eighth consecutive years. All of these outstanding schools are being honored for their accomplishments in making progress toward or maintaining academic excellence. con't.

 

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