Attendance Line-24 Hours: (847) 472-3890


Rob Bowers
Principal
(847) 593-4390
[email protected]
Read Letter from Principal Bowers


Jane Schwartz
Assistant Principal
(847) 593-4390
[email protected]


Will Hogan
Assistant Principal
(847) 593-4390
[email protected]


 

Holmes Junior High is a 6th through 8th grade school located in Mt. Prospect, Illinois. Mt. Prospect is a northwest suburb of Chicago and is located in the general vicinity of O’Hare airport. Holmes Junior High is one of fourteen schools that together comprise Elk Grove Township Community Consolidated School District 59. The enrollment at is approximately 545 students who represent many different backgrounds and cultures. The school mascot is the hawk, and our school colors are red and black. Our school is named after Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr. (1841-1935). He is remembered as a United States Supreme Court Justice. Holmes was highly regarded for his defense of free expression and his eloquently written case dissents. It is fitting that our school is named for Oliver Wendell Holmes, because we value the diversity and exchange of ideas. Holmes was built in 1967 and is picturesquely situated on a large campus area. Great care has been taken to maintain the many bright interior spaces as well as the exterior appearance of our building.

Attendance Line-24 Hours: (847) 472-3890


Rob Bowers
Principal
(847) 593-4390
[email protected]
Read Letter from Principal Bowers


Jane Schwartz
Assistant Principal
(847) 593-4390
[email protected]


Will Hogan
Assistant Principal
(847) 593-4390
[email protected]


 

Holmes Junior High is a 6th through 8th grade school located in Mt. Prospect, Illinois. Mt. Prospect is a northwest suburb of Chicago and is located in the general vicinity of O’Hare airport. Holmes Junior High is one of fourteen schools that together comprise Elk Grove Township Community Consolidated School District 59. The enrollment at is approximately 545 students who represent many different backgrounds and cultures. The school mascot is the hawk, and our school colors are red and black. Our school is named after Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr. (1841-1935). He is remembered as a United States Supreme Court Justice. Holmes was highly regarded for his defense of free expression and his eloquently written case dissents. It is fitting that our school is named for Oliver Wendell Holmes, because we value the diversity and exchange of ideas. Holmes was built in 1967 and is picturesquely situated on a large campus area. Great care has been taken to maintain the many bright interior spaces as well as the exterior appearance of our building.

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