Fisher Community Unit School District prepares students in a small, rural, community environment for success in the larger, rapidly changing, and diverse society. Our #1 priority is to provide what is best for each student, especially a superior education, producing student achievement levels that are among the very best in the state of Illinois.
Fisher Community Unit School District #1 serves students located in Fisher, Illinois and the surrounding townships: Brown, Condit, Newcomb, and East Bend.
Fisher Community Unit District #1 is a K-12 school district. It is comprised of a K-6 grade school and a junior-senior high school. The district has a current enrollment of 601 students. Most students continue their education after high school taking advantage of the close proximity of the secondary education facilities. Students have performed well scoring above the state averages on the IGAP, ISAT tests and the ACT tests.
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign is a national
and global leader in education and research, attracting the
best students from across the country and around the world.
You’ll select from 150 undergraduate majors and more than
4,000 courses and learn with an award-winning, world-class faculty.
The university takes pride in ensuring students make the most
of their time here at Illinois, both in and out of the classroom.
Illinois State University
Join our diverse, friendly, and broadly accomplished student
body. For the academically skilled student, we offer: a wide
variety of majors, essential student-faculty connections, internship
and research opportunities, and an active residential campus.
We encourage you to schedule a visit and see for yourself why
Illinois State University is the right choice for you. - Normal
Now is an exciting time to be at Millikin as we celebrate more
than 100 years of excellence!! Millikin University is well on
its way to becoming a distinctive, small University that is
nationally recognized for its quality education. We've spent
the last decade renewing our mission and vision, growing our
campus, and continuing to improve upon the quality of our academic
and recreational programs and facilities. - Decatur
Eastern Illinois University
Eastern Illinois University was established in 1895 as the Eastern
Illinois State Normal School. Originally a teacher's college
offering a two-year degree, it gradually expanded its curriculum
to include Baccalaureate and Master's degrees in most of the
arts, sciences, and humanities. Eastern Illinois University
has prominent Communication Disorders and Sciences and Biological
Sciences programs, though the College of Education remains the
largest department. There are approximately 10,000 undergraduates,
1,700 graduate students, and 2,000 faculty and staff. - Charleston
Parkland College has provided affordable vocational-technical
and academic education to area residents since 1966. Today more
than 11,600 credit and noncredit students come to us for our
career and transfer programs, community classes and workshops,
and online courses. Stop here and learn more about Parkland's
history and facilities, its people, and its vital role in District
505 community and business life.
Illinois Wesleyan University
Illinois Wesleyan University, an independent, residential, liberal
arts university founded in 1850, strives to attain the ideal
of a liberal education while providing unique opportunities
with its distinctive curricula and programs. A liberal education
at Illinois Wesleyan fosters creativity, critical thinking,
effective communication, strength of character and a spirit
of inquiry; it deepens the specialized knowledge of a discipline
with a comprehensive world view.
Heartland Community College
Founded in 1991, Heartland Community College is a two-year,
fully accredited institution of higher education with campuses
located in Normal, Pontiac and Lincoln, Illinois. Heartland's
main campus in Normal, which opened for classes in 2000, is
located halfway between Chicago and St. Louis.
Guide to On-line Colleges in Illinois