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Libertyville School District 128 is comprised of two schools in the Lake County area: Libertyville High School and Vernon Hills High School. Originally, the Libertyville Township High School District was established in 1916, with Libertyville High School being opened one year later. At present, Libertyville School District 128 serves students living in: Green Oaks, Indian Creek, Livertyville, Mettawa, Rondout, Mundelein, Waukegan, and Vernon Hills. Both schools have received frequent praise for the performance of their students. The Illinois State Board of Education date from 2009-2009 revealed that, out of the top ten paying suburban high schools in the state, District 128 was the only district that met Adequate Yearly Progress. Libertyville High School was also ranked third out of all suburban high schools for exceeding science standards. In 2009, U.S News & World Report named both Libertyville High School and Vernon Hills High School in its rankings for America’s Best High Schools for the third year in a row, earning both schools a silver medal status as well as being only two of the six high schools in Lake Coutny to be honored as such.
Libertyville experiences fairly consistent weather throughout the months, most often in the lower ranges, especially when it comes to the winter months. Residents and visitors can expect fog, occasional thunderstorms and generally cloudy weather due to the effects of chilling, Northern winds and the surrounding Great Lakes and other bodies of water.
Libertyville is a great area for families and tourists alike. For those looking to take their kids out on the town, or just for an afternoon adventure, Libertyville and its surrounding areas are affluent in recreation, natural beauty and attractions for the whole family
Independence Grove Forest Preserve – 16400 W Buckley Rd – (847) 968-3499
Lambs Farm – 14245 W Rockland Rd – (847)
Good Times Summer Day Camp – 1601 Northwind Blvd – (847) 362-2351
Centre Club – 200 W Golf Rd – (847) 990-5757
Libertyville and Vernon Hills are both affluent areas with plenty to offer in the way of shopping. Whether you have teens looking to window-shop or hang out in the mall with friends, or need to pick-up some new close for your growing grade-schooler, the district has more than enough to offer
Singalila Gallery – 531 N Milwaukee Ave – (847) 816-3820
Forest Bootery – 525 N Milwaukee Ave – (847) 362-1201
Dreamland Comics – 105 W Rockland Rd – (847) 680-0727
Audio Consultants – 757 N Milwaukee Ave – (847) 362-5594
Craving some sumptuous sushi or something more on the classic side of American cuisine? Whatever your stomach is craving, Libertyville has no shortage of offerings from a fantastic range of restaurants and eateries
Milwalky Trace – 306 N Milwaukee Ave – (847) 530-7172
The Green Room – 624 N Milwaukee Ave – (847) 362-2292
Avocado Express Cafe – 101 W Rockland Ave – (224) 424-4406
Shakou Sushi – 625 N Milwaukee Ave – (224) 433-6675
The teens and tots might not be able to enjoy the nightlife, but the adults certainly can. Let’s face it, raising kids sometimes requires a night on the town or two to keep our sanity intact. Fortunately, Libertyville and the surrounding burbs have just as much to offer adults as they do the rest of your family
Island Tap – 112 E Cook Ave – (847) 367-4445
Austin’s Saloon & Eatery – 481 Peterson Rd – (847) 549-1972
Café Pyrenees – 1762 N Milwaukee Ave – (847) 362-2233
Improve Playhouse – 735 N Milwaukee Ave – (847) 968-4529
The school systems around Libertyville are highly rated by residents, the board of education and by the national ranking systems alike. It goes without saying that you won’t find any better high schools in Lake County
Libertyville High School – 708 W Park Ave – (847) 327-7000
Vernon Hills High School – 145 Lakeview Pkwy – (847) 932-2000
Population Density: 2,316
Median age: 44.2
Male / Female ratio: 0.9:1
For those who are looking to make the move to Libertyville, the local job market is not in short supply. There are a feature of many big names and hubs, as well as smaller boutiques, shops and restaurants that can make use of all kinds of varying talent residents might have to offer. Especially for college graduates, Libertyville has plenty of opportunities
State of Illinois – 2323 E Lincolnway – (815) 625-1970
Lake County, IL – 18 N County St – (847) 377-2000
Northwestern Medicine – 87 N Milwaukee Ave – (847) 680-3666
Ear, Nose and Throat Specialists of Illinois LTD – 8780 Gold Road Ste 200 – (847) 266-6200
Libertyville is an area with some truly fascinating history, and several old historical buildings still around – one of them even serves pizza! Regardless, if you want to enjoy the natural beauty of northern Illinois, Libertyville is in close proximity to plenty of landmarks, historical sites and spectacles to behold. So, if you’re trying to drag your kid or teen out to absorb some local culture, history or the natural beauty of Illinois, you won’t find yourself in short supply
Ryerson Woods Forest Preserve – 21950 N Riverwoods Rd – (847) 968-3321
The Rondout Trail Robbery – 13620 Rockland Rd
Mill Creek Park – N Atkinson Rd
Deerfield Area Historical Society – 517 Deerfield Rd – (847) 948-0680
The Libertyville School District 128 is not just a great set of schools for high-schoolers, but one that has one plenty of awards and receives consistent praise all across America; what more could you want in a high school? The local areas are quite affluent, and offer many of the nicer amenities that culminate in an overall better quality of living. Whether it is shopping, restaurants, local culture or even attending a school event, those that both attend the schools or parent kids that attend the schools will find themselves never in short supply of things to enjoy. House-hunters or those looking to move to the area don’t need to worry about their teen’s education, nor the quality of life for their families. If the awards, high praise and beloved nature of Libertyville and Vernon Hills aren’t enough, then the gorgeous homes, great culture and beautiful area should more than suffice.
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