Helen Keller Junior High School (Schaumburg, Illinois)

Helen Keller Junior High School (Schaumburg, Illinois)

Helen Keller Junior High School (or Keller Junior High) is an American middle school in Schaumburg, Cook County, Illinois; which educates children in grades seven and eight. The school was named in honor of Helen Keller, a deaf-blind American author, activist, and lecturer. It is operated by Community Consolidated School District 54.

As of 2008, the school principal is Mrs. Sue Mayernick. The school enrolls approximately 660 students annually. The school mascot is the wildcat. Lakeview, Enders-Salk, Hoover, and Fairview elementary schools all feed into Keller.

In 2002, teacher David Howard Kayson won the 2002 Golden Apple Award from the Golden Apple Foundation for his unique teaching skills at the school. [http://www.goldenapple.org/news_0202a.htm] [http://web54.sd54.k12.il.us/new.asp?NewsNum=179]

External links

* [http://web54.sd54.k12.il.us/schools/keller/ Helen Keller Junior High School website]
* [http://web54.sd54.k12.il.us/schools/keller/about/default.htm Helen Keller Junior High School fact sheet]
* [http://schools.publicschoolsreport.com/Illinois/Schaumburg/KellerJrHighSchool.html Helen Keller Junior High School report] provided by publicschoolsreport.com
* [http://www.greatschools.net/modperl/browse_school/il/3624 Helen Keller Junior High School profile] provided by greatschools.net (contains pop-ups)


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