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Queen Bee School District 16

About Us

District Background

Queen Bee School District 16 is one of two elementary (PreK-8) school districts located in Glendale Heights, Illinois. Glendale Heights, approximately 25 miles west of Chicago, is situated in Northwest Dupage County and Bloomingdale Township. It is governed by a Board of Education, whose seven members are elected by the citizens in the community. The Board meets monthly in open meeting sessions at the Queen Bee Operations Center located at 1560 Bloomingdale Rd on dates publicized locally. The Queen Bee Operations Center which houses the district’s central office is located next to Glenside Middle School. In addition to the Office of the Superintendent of Schools and the Offices of Teaching & Learning, Fiscal Services, English Language Learners, and Student Services are located in the Queen Bee Operation Center.


Early Childhood Center: is located at 1525 Bloomingdale Road. The Queen Bee Early Childhood Center offers both Early Childhood and PreK At-Risk programs. Students are screened for eligibility prior to enrollment. Screening sessions are posted and appointments are made through the Queen Bee Early Childcare Center, (630) 344-5600

Elementary Schools: District 16 has two primary grade level schools, Glen Hill Elementary School and  Americana Elementary School, which serve Kindergarten through 4rd-grade students.

Glen Hill Elementary School is located at 1324 Bloomingdale Road. The office phone number is (630)260-6141.
Americana Elementary School is located at 1629 President Street (across the street from the Glenside Public Library). The office phone number is (630)260-6135.

Middle School: Glenside Middle School is located at 1560 Bloomingdale Road. The office phone number is (630)260-6112. The Middle School serves the developmental needs of more than 700 young adolescents in grades 5, 6, 7, and 8.

In addition to the regular education programs, schools provide special education, remedial reading, STEM, math, gifted education, speech, bilingual education, physical education, art and music. Parent-Teacher Organizations and parent volunteer programs are an integral part of each of the schools.

District lunch supervision programs are also in operation and parents may choose to have their children eat at school.