Summit Hill 161 School District

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There are 7 public schools managed by Summit Hill 161 School District serving 3,733 students in Mokena, IL.
Minority enrollment is 21% of the student body (majority Hispanic), which is less than the Illinois state average of 50%.
The student:teacher ratio of 13:1 is equal to the state average of 13:1.

Summit Hill 161 School District

  • School Location Grades Students
  • MokenaArbury Hills Elementary School
    19651 Beechnut Dr
    MokenaIL 60448
    (708)479-2106
    Gr. 1-4 | 258 students                      
  • FrankfortDr Julian Rogus School
    20027 South 88th Ave
    FrankfortIL 60423
    (815)464-2034
    Gr. KG-4 | 803 students                      
  • FrankfortFrankfort Square Elementary School
    7710 West Kingston Dr
    FrankfortIL 60423
    (815)469-3176
    Gr. 1-4 | 295 students                      
  • FrankfortIndian Trail Elementary School
    20912 South Frankfort Square R
    FrankfortIL 60423
    (815)469-6993
    Gr. 1-4 | 456 students                      
  • FrankfortMary Drew Elementary School
    20130 South Rosewood Dr
    FrankfortIL 60423
    (815)469-9103
    Gr. 1-4 | 346 students                      
  • FrankfortSummit Hill Junior High School
    7260 West North Ave
    FrankfortIL 60423
    (815)469-4330
    Gr. 7-8 | 794 students                      
  • Tinley ParkWalker Intermediate School
    19900 80th Ave
    Tinley ParkIL 60487
    (815)464-2285
    Gr. 5-6 | 781 students                      
Overview
Summit Hill 161 School District (IL) District Average
# of Students 456 students 595 students
# of Teachers 34 Teacher(s) 100 Teacher(s)
Student : Teacher Ratio 13:1 6:1
# of Male Students 222 students 370 students
% Male Students 50.1% 55.1%
# of Female Students 678 students 791 students
% Female Students 49.9% 45.0%
Students by Ethnicity:
# of American Indian Students 4 students 14 students
% American Indian Students
0.5% 2.2%
# of Asian Students 19 students 119 students
% Asian Students
3.7% 15.0%
# of Hispanic Students 42 students 337 students
% Hispanic Students
9.4% 41.1%
# of Black Students 23 students 273 students
% Black Students
4.1% 39.7%
# of White Students 339 students 409 students
% White Students
78.6% 52.9%
# of Two or more races Students 11 students 57 students
% of Two or more races Students
2.3% 8.1%
# of Hawaiian Students 1 students 10 students
% of Hawaiian Students
0.1% 1.4%
Diversity Score
The chance that two students selected at random would be members of a different ethnic group. Scored from 0 to 1, a diversity score closer to 1 indicates a more diverse student body.
0.36 0.30
Students by Grade:
# of Students in Pre-Kindergarten: 59 students 101 students
# of Students in Kindergarten: 323 students 103 students
# of Students in 1st Grade: 91 students 98 students
# of Students in 2nd Grade: 88 students 98 students
# of Students in 3rd Grade: 78 students 102 students
# of Students in 4th Grade: 90 students 102 students
# of Students in 5th Grade: 363 students 114 students
# of Students in 6th Grade: 418 students 165 students
# of Students in 7th Grade: 395 students 178 students
# of Students in 8th Grade: 399 students 177 students
# of Students in 9th Grade: n/a 244 students
# of Students in 10th Grade: n/a 248 students
# of Students in 11th Grade: n/a 234 students
# of Students in 12th Grade: n/a 241 students
# of Ungraded Students: n/a n/a
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