About the Registrar's Office
The Registrar's Office staff is dedicated to providing professional, efficient and courteous service to ETHS students, families, and alumni of the school. Several important district services are located in the Registrar's Office suite, including Registrar and Attendance Office staff, the Residency Officer and Truancy Officer. Registrar's Office staff respond to phone calls and written requests for information on the topics listed below.
Walk-ins are welcome on a first-come, first-served basis during office hours. Families are encouraged to call (847) 424-7180 to schedule an appointment in advance. Appointments are highly recommended from June to November due to high volumes of student registrations and/or staffing levels. Please note our Visitor Guidelines prior to arriving at ETHS. Para más información en espanol, llamen a la Oficina del Enlace Latino al 847-424-7166.
Registrar's Office staff provide services related to student registration and enrollment, including:
- Processing incoming freshmen and transfer student registration
- Providing enrollment and student status verification
- Processing change of permanent address requests
- Certifying students for graduation
- Maintaining custodianship of student records
- Processing official withdrawals from ETHS
- Providing and distributing academic transcripts for students and alumni
For more information about registrar services, contact the Registrar's Office at (847) 424-7180.
The Residency Officer fulfills the responsibilities assigned by Evanston Township High School District 202 to verify residency. Students who attend ETHS must reside within its boundaries on a full-time permanent basis (seven days and seven nights). If a parent or legal guardian is registering a student with ETHS for the first time, or has changed residence since registering, the parent/guardian will need to verify the student resides within the ETHS District 202 boundaries and must provide new proof of residence to the Registrar’s Office in Room S127.
ETHS additionally requires proof of residency for all rising juniors. If, at any time, a student’s residence is in question, ETHS will investigate. The District may ask for additional documents for verification. If a student is not living within the ETHS District 202 boundaries full-time, or if a student’s living arrangements do not agree with statements provided by a parent or legal guardian, the student will be disenrolled from school, and their parent or guardian will have to pay tuition for the time their child attended ETHS. For more information about residency requirements, contact the Residency Officer at (847) 424-7182.
The Truancy Officer fulfills the responsibilities assigned by the State of Illinois to address chronic absenteeism and truancy. Students who attend ETHS are required by state law to attend school each day school is in session until age 17, except as provided in the law. If a student is absent nine (9) or more days in six (6) or more classes, the student may be referred to the Cook County Truancy Office. Parents/guardians are responsible for their student’s attendance at school, and for notifying the school when their student will be absent for a valid reason. Additional truancy information is provided in the Attendance section of The Pilot handbook. If you have questions about truancy, contact the Truancy Office at (847) 424-7183.
Registrar and Attendance Office SupervisorVal Bonner(847) 424-7186ReceptionistMaria Adames-Cordero(847) 424-7180Office Location S127
Regular Summer Monday-Thursday 8:00am-4:30pm 8:00am-4:30pm
Friday 8:00am-4:00pm Closed