GEM (Grow, Excel, Magnify) is a flexible learning program for seniors at Barrington High School.
The Health Sciences Lab at Barrington High school is an innovative 1,660 square foot classroom that mimics a hospital room and lab.
The Blended Learning Program gives students in grades K-12 the opportunity to learn through face-to-face interaction with their teachers in a classroom and use technology to complete some work outside of class.
Barrington 220’s Elementary STEM program engages students in collaborative problem solving through engineering design and robotic challenges.
The FRESH INC program, which is similar to the Business Incubator course at BHS, teaches entrepreneurism and start-up business management to elementary students.
BHS one of the first high schools in the nation to pioneer the Mobile Makers course.
The One to World initiative provides iPad devices to all Barrington 220 students.
Believed to be the first of its kind in the nation, the Business INCubator course was started at Barrington High School during the 2013-14 school year.
Barrington 220’s Chinese Immersion Program begins in kindergarten, where 50% of the day is instructed in Mandarin and the other 50% is instructed in English.
Project Lead the Way (PLTW) gives middle and high school students a chance to see a range of STEM-related paths they can take in middle school, high school and beyond.
The nationally recognized BHS-TV program at Barrington High School trains students to become top-of-the-line filmmakers and work in television news.
Barrington 220’s Spanish Dual Language Program teaches students to become bilingual, bicultural and biliterate in Spanish.