• 2023-24 Student Registration

    Online Registration is now live.

    Click here to begin.

    Parents need to verify all student demographic, emergency, and medical information for every child prior to the start of the new school year, review and sign documents. Student fees may be submitted electronically or by check. Students are not officially enrolled until fees are paid. 

    Registration for New Students

    Families who have moved into the district need to contact the school office and submit  proof of residency documents prior to registering online. First, verify that your address is within District 28 boundaries.

    All students in grades 6-8 within District 28 boundaries attend Northbrook Junior High. To determine which elementary school is your home school, please check the District 28 Elementary School Boundary Map.

    See information below to contact the school which your child would attend to register as a new student.

    Please complete these forms by downloading them, filling in the required information and saving them to your device. 

     Please provide all of these forms to the school administrative assistant, whose contact information is listed below.

    InfoSnap Access

    For new students, after you have spoken with the school administrative assistant and received your Snap Code, please complete InfoSnap Registration here.

    Our schools

    Greenbriar School, 2195 Cherry Lane (847-498-7950)
    Principal: Dr. Ginny Hiltz   |   Administrative Assistant: Diane Gillis

    Meadowbrook School, 1600 Walters Avenue (847-498-7940)
    Principal: Ericka Garza       |   Administrative Assistant: Anne Danstrom

    Northbrook Junior High School, 1475 Maple Avenue (847-498-7920)
    Principal: Dr. Scott Meek   |    Administrative Assistant: Sharon Gail

    Young Explorers Early Childhood Program, 2500 Cherry Lane (847-498-7960)
    Director: Dr. Jenna Eberhardt  |  Administrative Assistant: Helene Josephson

    Westmoor School, 2500 Cherry Lane (847-498-7960)
    Principal: Mary Sturgill      |    Administrative Assistant: Tracy Ferraro

    Financial Assistance

    Families experiencing financial difficulties can apply for free and reduced lunch. This application is also used to access assistance with student fees. This application can be completed at any time throughout the school year. Children whose parent(s) or guardian(s) become unemployed may become eligible for free and reduced-price meals if the household income drops below the income limit. Families that don't qualify for the full or partial fee waiver, may work out a payment plan for student fees with the business office by contacting Jessica Donato, Chief School Business Official in confidence.