Serena Hills Elementary School 255 Pleasant Dr, Chicago Heights, IL60411 Part of Flossmoor District 161, Serena Hills is in Chicago Heights, with most of its students coming from the Heights.…More Serena Hills has consistently met adequate yearly progress in math. Lynn Westerlund is the principal of Serena Hills.
Beacon Hill Primary School 401 Concord Dr, Chicago Heights, IL60411 Serving as both a primary and an elementary school, Beacon Hill is part of Park Forest and Chicago Heights District 163.…More The school has students ranging from pre-kindergarten to third grade. Beacon Hill's class size 15.4, five students lower than the district average. Ericka Patterson is the principal of Beacon Hill.
Serena Hills Play Area 255 Pleasant Dr, Chicago Heights, IL60411 This play area is located next to Serena Hills Elementary School. With the added advantage of a parking lot right next…More to the equipment, the play area can serve parents driving from another part of the city. Pet owners must leash and clean up after their pets in and around the play area.
Beacon Hills Play Area 401 Concord Dr, Chicago Heights, IL60411 This play area is located next to Beacon Hills Primary School and consists of a large playcenter with slides and monkey…More bars. The play area is fenced in, but has no signage to indicate the name of the location.
Flossmoor School District 161 is comprised of four schools: Flossmoor Hills Elementary, Heather Hill Elementary,…More Parker Junior High, Serena Hills Elementary and Western Avenue Elementary.
The district serves the public education needs of Flossmoor and portions of Chicago Heights, Hazel Crest, Homewood and Olympia Fields.
Over the past few years, District 161 has made it a primary initiative to better integrate technology within its schools and inside the classroom. District 161 works to ensure that their curriculum will provide all graduates of Parker Junior High with the educational base required to excel in high school and beyond.
The District 161 administration offices are in the old Normandy Villa School.
Beacon Hill Missionary Baptist Church 275 Plymouth Dr, Chicago Heights, IL60411 Beacon Hill Missionary Baptist Church offers Sunday worship, Sunday school and the Lords supper on the 1st…More Sunday of each month during morning worship. Other activities they offer are choir, weekly prayer, mid-week refreshing bible study and weekly Sunday school lessons. A Wednesday evening bible study and the carpenters men's ministry meets once a month, for a time of fellowship, prayer, bible study, life discussions and a potluck meal provided by the brothers.
Beacon Hill Groceries 1725 Western Ave, Chicago Heights, IL60411 Find lottery, groceries and liquor at this local mart. Check back regularly for special pricing on liquors, posted on…More the well-lit outside marquee. Occasionally, it also has in-store liquor tastings.
Arcadia Park Arcadian Dr & Ionia Ave, Olympia Fields, IL60461 Located next to Arcadia Elementary School, the park consists of a playground, a soccer field and a baseball field. The…More playground includes a large playcenter with a walking trail and benches along the side. Arcadia also has grills and picnic tables for summer cookouts, and a sledding hill for winter fun.
Swanson Park W 207th St & Travers Ave, Chicago Heights, IL60411 This park is easily identifiable by the large hill on its west end, by the soccer field. It is ideal for picnics and…More accomodates children of all ages. The baseball field is restricted to those who are issued a permit by the Chicago Heights Park District.
Sergeant Means Park 20712 Western Ave., Olympia Fields, IL60461 One of the largest parks in Olympia Fields, Sergeant Means has four tennis courts, two soccer fields, a baseball diamond…More and even an 18-hole disc golf course that spans the entire park. Dedicated in 1994, Sergeant Means also has a long walking path and a sledding hill for fun in the wintertime.
Elliott Woods Park 1000 Evergreen Cir, Olympia Fields, IL60461 A large naturally wooded park, Elliott Woods is located in a residential area at the end of Evergreen Circle. No…More motorized vehicles are allowed into the area, but anyone can walk through the woods. There is no walking path and residents will encounter logs and hills once inside the woods. Elliott Woods also does not have a parking lot, making it more ideal for people who live close by.