District 214 offers a comprehensive curriculum with courses in language arts, mathematics, science, computer science, world languages, social science, business, technology, life studies, fine arts, physical education, health, driver education, and NJROTC.
Advanced Placement courses are available in English, U.S. History, European History, World History, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Environmental Science, Computer Science, Calculus, German, French, Spanish, Art, Psychology, Statistics, Economics, Government and Politics, Human Geography, and Music.
Special Education courses are available in District 214 schools as well as through area cooperative programs.
Social, academic, and career counseling is provided at each school.
Each school has a psychologist, social worker, police counselor, nurse, and school counselor.
Each school has a Talent Development program (TDP).
World language programs of study are provided in French, German, Spanish, Italian, Japanese, Mandarin Chinese, and American Sign Language.
Each school is fully recognized by the Illinois State Board of Education.
Two three-week summer school programs are provided with a broad scope of course selections.
A Young Adult Education evening program is provided to District 214 students seeking graduation. Students must be 17-21 years of age; have 10 units of high school credit; live within District 214 boundries; and must get prior approval from their home school before registering.
An English Language Learner/Bilingual program also is provided.