Des Plaines Schools Named to State Academic Honor Roll

Devonshire Elementary and Iroquois Community School were given the honor for sustaining high academic performance for three consecutive years.


Two Des Plaines schools have been given high honors by the Illinois State Board of Education this week. Devonshire Elementary and Iroquois Community School have been named to the Academic Honor Roll and given the 2012 Academic Excellence Award.

The schools are among 454 Illinois schools receiving the award. The schools honored all sustained high academic performances over the past three years.

According to the Illinois State Board of Education, schools who receive the Academic Excellence Award must have at least 90 percent of elementary and middle students meeting or exceeding state standards in reading and math for three straight years. At the high school level, at least 85 percent of the students must meet or exceed standards on the Prairie State Achievement Exam given in 2010-2012. 


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