Diamond Lake School District 76

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Diamond Lake School District 76 is a PK-8 school district centered on the village of Mundelein, Illinois, which is located in central Lake County. The district mainly feeds into Mundelein High School in Mundelein, Illinois with some students feeding into Adlai E. Stevenson High School in Lincolnshire, Illinois after the eighth grade. The Mundelein district is composed of three schools: two elementary schools and one middle school. The first elementary school, Fairhaven School, educates those in the first grade and kindergarten and also upholds a prekindergarten program; the principal of the school is Michele Allen.[1] Fairhaven School students move on to attend Diamond Lake Elementary School in the grades succeeding first before feeding into the district middle school after fourth grade; the principal is Jodie Benton,[2] and the mascot of the school is the dolphin.[3] The school that educates the eldest of the district students is called West Oak Middle School, serving grades five through eight. The principal of West Oak is Christopher Willeford,[4] while the mascots are the Spirits.

West Oak Middle School runs a choir program[5] and a band program;[6] the school also runs a specialized band program called the "Spirit Jazz."[7]


  1. ^ (Note) From the Fairhaven School Principal, retrieved 2008-5-12
  2. ^ Page of the Diamond Lake School Principal, retrieved 2008-5-12
  3. ^ Diamond Lake Dolphin Mascot Logo, retrieved 2008-5-12
  4. ^ Page of the West Oak School Principal, retrieved 2008-5-12
  5. ^ West Oak Choir Page, retrieved 2008-5-12
  6. ^ West Oak Band Page, retrieved 2008-5-12
  7. ^ West Oak Spirit Jazz Page, retrieved 2008-5-12

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