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If you are interested in enrolling your incoming kindergarten student into the Dual Language Program at Conrad Fischer Elementary, please watch the video below for some great information about our Two-Way Immersion program. An informational meeting for parents interested in learning more about the program will be held on Tuesday, January 22nd at 6:30 PM at the District Office (162 S. York). Applications for the program are due by March 1. Depending on the number of applications received, a lottery may take place in mid-March. 




Elmhurst D205 is proud to announce that York High School Business Department Chair Jim Borel has been named the 2019 Junior Achievement for the Educator of the Year. Former teacher and Elmhurst Kiwanis President Rich Rosenberg also has been named Junior Achievement Volunteer of the Year. Both gentlemen received their honor for their co-sponsorship of JA Titan Simulation with the York H.S. Honors Business Management class.  The duo has run JA Titan with this class since 2008. 

JA Titan is an on-line business simulation, where students run virtual companies and make decisions regarding price, marketing, research and development, capital investment and charitable giving.  These decisions are changed up to 12 times to simulate a 3-year, business cycle.  The computer then ranks the companies by their total amount of retained earnings. 

“­­­It's a great simulation and Rich is awesome relating his experiences with our students.  We are both very proud to represent York and the Elmhurst community,” Borel said.

Junior Achievement will honor both award recipients on February 28, 2019 at the JA DuPage Annual Fundraiser. JA DuPage serves more than 88,000 students with the help of teachers and volunteers like Jim Borel and Rich Rosenberg.


Elmhurst District 205 salutes three of its teachers, who recently earned their National Board Certification. Congratulations to:

  • Stephanie DiPaolo - Generalist/Middle Childhood

  • Patricia Rowe - Exceptional Needs Specialist/Early Childhood Through Young Adulthood

  • Shelley Rzewuski - Literacy: Reading-Language Arts/Early And Middle Childhood 

Considered by many to be the gold standard in teacher certification, becoming a NBCT can take anywhere from a year to five years to complete and costs nearly $2,000.


Congratulations and job well done to all York High School First Semester High Honor and Honor Roll students.


Congratulations to our Elmhurst D205 artists whose entries have advanced to state-level competition:  Elizabeth Anderson, Emma Barron, Annabelle Belich, Dylan Bennett, Ronan Bishof, John Carey, Franchesca Cortes, Nicholas Deligiannis, Rose Donato, Alexandra El Etr-Garofalo, Elyssa Hall, Mason Hildy, Elizabeth Isyanov, Delilah Kamins,  Courtney Kutza, Austin Lee, Jack Mathias, Luke McCarthy, Chelsea Pinto, Scarlet Prunty, LilyAnn Tompos, Drew Walker, Victor Walkowiak, Moxey Wehrle


The Elmhurst PTA also is hosting an Elmhurst Reflections Exhibit celebrating the accomplishments of our artists with the community.  Come see the creative work of our District 205 students. D205 had 111 entries in the program this year.  The exhibit is free and open to the public at the Judith B Salon, 463 N York St. We are kicking off our exhibit with an Opening Celebration on Friday, February 22nd 6:30-8:00pm.  Entries will be on display throughout the public space, musicians will play their pieces and dance and film videos will be on the big screen. 


If you cannot make it on February 22nd, don't worry!  You can still visit!   The display will be open from February 22 through March 30 during normal business hours. Questions?  Please contact Michelle Wehrle at


Congratulations to the Elmhurst Chamber of Commerce for celebrating 100 years and more. Click here to watch their video highlighting Elmhurst businesses and residents. Thank you for all your support in our referendum campaign last fall! 


This morning, Superintendent Dr. David Moyer addressed District 205 staff as part of Institute Day. That presentation has been posted here.


Registration will open at 9:00 am on Tuesday, January 8 for 24 hours.  During this initial registration period you may only register a student for one semester class with the exception of math classes where you may register for 2 semesters.  There will be no wait lists created during the first 24 hour registration period.  The 2nd registration period will open on Friday, January 11, with no restrictions.  At that time you will be able to put a student's name on a waitlist if the class is full.


Please click here for all of the 2019 summer school information.


Thank you to all the families who attended the middle school course selection meeting on Tuesday, Nov. 27. For those who were not able to make it, materials shared at the meeting are available below: 


Congratulations to the eight York High School seniors named today as Semifinalists in the 2019 National Merit Scholarship competition! The students representing York are Michael Bindeman, Joseph Black, Calvin Carta, Christian Glosner, William Phillips, Edward Ryan, Hayden Snyder and Cecilia Stumpf.

Our students will have the opportunity to advance in the competition, and be considered for some 7,500 National Merit Scholarships worth more than $31 million that will be offered next spring.

Congratulations, Dukes!



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Elmhurst Community Unit School District 205 currently serves more than 8,000 students who reside primarily in the City of Elmhurst and small portions of Oak Brook, Bensenville and Addison. Approximately 93 percent of students live in Elmhurst with the remainder living outside of the City, but within the District 205 boundaries.