Bloom Trail High School 22331 Cottage Grove Ave, Chicago Heights, IL60411 Initially, the Freshman-Sophomore Division of Bloom High School, Bloom Trail got its name in 1976, when it became the…More second four-year high school in District 206. The two schools share sports teams and often work together to promote events in the district. Trail also keeps almost the same amount of students as Bloom. Joseph Schimmelis is the principal of Bloom Trail.
Bloom High School 101 W 10th St, Chicago Heights, IL60411 Founded in 1900 and home of the Blazing Trojans sports teams, Bloom High School is a distinctly valuable part of Chicago…More Heights. Beyond being the alma mater of sports mogul Jerry Colangelo, Bloom continues to be a central location for local events and is a member of the Southland Athletic Conference. Bloom High School has an average class size of 17.5 students, placing it below the state average of 19.7.
Managed by Superintendent Glen Giannetti, District 206 oversees and makes administrative decisions regarding Bloom…More and Bloom Trails High Schools. Located directly across the street from Bloom, the administration building is where parents can get in touch with the director of athletics, the alternative school's principal and the director of special education.
The District 206 board of education consists of a president, vice president, secretary and four members. The district administration consists of a superintendent, an assistant superintendent of instruction, an assistant superintendent of business affairs, a director of special education, an alternative principal and an athletics director.