Welcome to Oak Park and River Forest High School! On this page you'll find some basic information about OPRF, as it's commonly known, as well as links to more detailed facts and figures.

Overview

Oak Park and River Forest High School is a comprehensive public high school located in Oak Park, Ill., a suburb eight miles due west of downtown Chicago. We are a one-school district, with the majority of our students coming from two sender districts, River Forest Public Schools District 90 and Oak Park Elementary School District 97. We offer more than 200 courses, a variety of programs for students with special needs, 75 clubs and activities, and 29 competitive sports. We prepare our students well for post-secondary success, with an average ACT composite score of 24 and a 94% graduation rate.

Oak Park and River Forest are communities that highly value diversity. OPRF is a founding member of the national Minority Student Achievement Network, and our school is racially mixed, with about 44% of our 3,300 students identifying as African-American, Hispanic, multiracial, or Asian. We are economically diverse as well, with a significant mix of homeowners and renters. Our villages have long embraced the LGBTQ community. 

We seek faculty and staff who have high expectations for all students, and who value student voice in education. As a school, we are particularly focused on closing opportunity gaps for our students of color. 

Vision, Mission, and Strategic Plan

Academic Information

  • Academic Catalog: The complete listing of courses offered.

  • School Profile: An informational summary about OPRF, including faculty qualifications, student demographics, attendance and graduation rates, and more.

  • School Report Card: Produced by the state in accordance with state and federal laws, the annual report card for each Illinois public school includes data on demographics, standardized test scores, school environment, etc.

  • Class of 2015 Post-Secondary Plans: The most recent report on colleges and universities to which graduates applied, were accepted, and planned to attend.

Maps, Directions, and Parking