Our mission is to create a diverse learning environment that fosters lifelong learning, maximizes educational opportunities for all students, and lays the foundation for respectful, responsible citizenship.
Evergreen Park Community High School District 231 is a single building district in Cook County, southwest of Chicago. Located on approximately 20 acres, the boundaries of District 231 are coterminous with the village of Evergreen Park: Pulaski Avenue on the west, 87th Street on the north, Western Avenue on the east, and 103rd Street on the south between Central Park and California. EPCHS draws students from Evergreen Park District 124, Most Holy Redeemer School, Queen of Martyrs School, and St. John Fisher School. District 231 serves only the residents of the village of Evergreen Park.
Evergreen Park Community High School Graduates:
embrace lifelong learning
value physical and emotional health
give back to their community
achieve their full potential
inspire those around them.
- We provide a curriculum meant both to enlighten and to challenge - an educational foundation that offers each student the opportunity to reach his or her full academic potential.
- We monitor the social and emotional well-being of all students and maintain a safe learning environment.
- We promote acceptance, respect, and an appreciation of diversity.
- We maintain transparency and accountability with all stakeholders, including students, staff, parents, and members of the Evergreen Park community.