Baker Demonstration School

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Baker Demonstration School
Evanston, Illinois
United States
Type Independent, demonstration
Motto "Love to learn. Cherish the journey. Serve the world."
Established 1918
Locale Chicago area
Head of School Daniel Schwartz
Faculty 69
Grades Toddler Program–8th grade
Number of students 350
School color(s) Red and white
Athletics Basketball, track, soccer, flag football, swimming, monopoly
Mascot Baker Demon
Publication The Baker Bulletin

Baker Demonstration School is an independent school located in Wilmette, Illinois.

Until 2005, Baker was the laboratory school of National-Louis University. In 2005, Baker became an independent school, though still affiliated with National-Louis University. That affiliation will come to an end in June, 2012. Baker has begun a relationship with Northwestern University. Baker, a progressive school whose teachers differentiate and provide experiential learning environments for its students, is a provisional member of the Independent School Association of Central States and in the final phase the three year full accreditation process.

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Coordinates: 42°04′09″N 87°41′00″W / 42.069066°N 87.683237°W / 42.069066; -87.683237