Pearl City School District

Inspire In Everyone A Passion To Excel

Pearl City School Mission Statement

In partnership with parents and community, we will promote educational excellence in a positive environment to inspire lifelong learning and responsible citizenship.





    The 2016-17 Pearlanna, Pearl City High School's yearbook, is currently being sold in the school lobby (before school/during lunch) and online! Yearbooks cost $40, but personalization and other options are available at an additional cost. Hurry! In-school yearbook sales will end Friday, April 7, and online sales close Friday, April 28. Checks should be made payable to Pearl City High School (memo line: Pearlanna). Go to Josten High School Yearbook sales to purchase a yearbook with a credit card.

    Please note: The senior class is paying $20 of each senior yearbook this year. We ask that seniors purchase their yearbooks at school since the online sales will not account for the discount. Also, remember you may purchase your senior's yearbook, if you wish, with the senior parent-patron ad form that was mailed to you in early March.
    E-mail Mr. Greene ( if you have any questions. We expect yearbooks to be distributed on the first day of school in August. Thank you!



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  • Kindergarten registration for Fall of 2017 is now open.  New families to Pearl City should use this link to begin the online registration.

    Families who already have a Skyward account can simply add their child in Skyward.  If you are unsure if you have a Skyward account, please contact the main office.  Parents will be asked to bring their child’s official birth certificate from the court house and a copy will be made in the main office.  Please contact the school at 815-443-2715 if you have questions or to receive information.  No fees are due at this time.  


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Headlines & Features

Pearl City Education Foundation is a non-profit, Illinois Corporation. Here after shall be referred to as the Corporation. The purposes of the Corporation, as stated in its Articles of the Incorporation are: Educational (not including the operation of full secondary educational institutional or a vocational school), particularly:
  • to provide funds for experiments to improve instruction,
  • to provide funds for learning experiences for students beyond the regular academic program,
  • to provide funds for scholarships for students furthering their education beyond high school, and
  • to provide scholarships or grants for instructional staff for development of specific skills related to the improvement of instruction.

Bullying and Harassment 

The District does not tolerate acts of bullying and harassment on any prohibited basis, including acts of harassment based on disability, race and gender. The District has recently adopted revised bullying and harassment policies, which are available at    Any person who believes he or she has been subjected to harassment or a hostile environment should report the harassment or hostile environment to the District and the District will conduct a prompt and thorough investigation into the complaint. Persons who are found to have engaged in acts of harassment or other acts that create a hostile environment will be promptly disciplined in a manner consistent with the District’s anti-harassment and bullying policies and the student code of conduct. Bullying and harassment are best prevented by students, parents and District staff working together to identify and respond to such acts.

i.   7:180 Bullying, Intimidation and Harassment of Student  Prohibited

ii.  7:20 Sexual Harassment of Students Prohibited