COVID-19 building closure: As we do our part to help flatten the curve and stop the spread of COVID-19, our students are engaged in remote learning. Currently, the building is closed until at least April 30.
The best way to see what Countryside is doing during this time is to engage with us on social media: Countryside Facebook
To learn how we are delivering our classes digitally: E-Learning during COVIDTo see our basic school communications: COVID-19 Updates
Middle School Applications: Applications are due March 31. With the building currently closed, please submit applications via email to our Admissions Director, Judy Kaplan, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Scan or photograph each page and email to Judy Kaplan
- Send photo of your child to Judy Kaplan
- Ask your recommender to email the teacher recommendation directly to Judy Kaplan
- Mail your check for the application fee to the school
Questions? Email us: email@example.com
Governance and Accreditation
Countryside is non-profit and fully accredited.
Countryside School exists as a not-for-profit corporation under the laws of the State of Illinois. There are no owners. The school is governed by a Board of Directors, which is responsible for long term strategic planning. The Board of Directors hires the Head (the principal), who manages the daily operation of the School.
Countryside School is fully accredited through the Independent Schools Association of the Central States, is a member of the Illinois Coalition of Non-Public Schools, and is recognized by the Illinois State Board of Education. The extensive ISACS accreditation process, which must be repeated every seven years, assures that the school adheres to the highest quality educational and operational standards, and it holds the school accountable for achieving our mission: Joy in Learning, Excellence in Education.