All parents/guardians are required to provide proof of residency every year in order for students to continue enrollment in our schools. The District 219 Board of Education is proud of the educational opportunities provided to our students at Niles Township High Schools. As a result, our intent in verifying each student’s residency is not only to ensure that we are in compliance with state law, but also to fulfill our obligation to District 219 taxpayers by allocating our resources to educate only those students who are entitled to attend our schools. Students who have not verified residency will not be able to start school at District 219 for the 2017-2018 school year.
The Illinois School Code mandates that you and your child actually reside, in the attendance area on a permanent basis, in order for your child to attend school in the district. Owning property in District 219 in which you do not reside does not make you a legal resident, and therefore DOES NOT qualify your child to attend school at District 219.
Beginning July 6, 2017 through July 16, 2017, you can verify residency via the Campus Portal.
- Log in to Campus Portal
- Click “Parent Forms & Resources”
- Click on “D219 Residency”
- Scan and upload FOUR documents (one document from Category 1 and three documents from Category 2)
|Category 1||Category 2|
|One document required||Three different documents required
Limit one per document
If you are unable to upload documents, Niles North and Niles West will be open to upload the documents into your Campus Portal for you. Please be sure to bring valid identification and originals of the required type of documents as outlined in the June 26th Letter and in your Campus Portal under “Residency”. The Residency Office is available by appointment only.
|North & West:||Monday - Friday 8am to 3pm|
|Residency Office (7800 Gross Point Road):||Monday - Friday 8am to 3pm|
The District reserves the right to conduct a thorough investigation, which may require additional proof of residence. Parents, who falsify their residence information for the purpose of obtaining tuition-free attendance for their children, commit a criminal offense and may be subject to legal action, including recovery of tuition for attending the school.