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School-Based Health Center

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There are two locations for the Maine Township School-Based Health Center.

Maine East High School 
Maine West High School


Contact the Maine Township School-Based Health Center at:
847.825.4059 – Phone

847.825.4060 – Fax

Schedule a medical appointment at Maine East.

Schedule a medical appointment at Maine West.

Learn more about a mental health appointment at Maine East, Maine South, Maine West or Frost Academy including consent forms.


forms for parent/guardian to sign and submit electronically:

School Based Health Center Consent Form

School Physical History Form



Students should select the appropriate form based upon age.  This form should be completed independently by the student.  To submit the form, students can either email the completed form to [email protected] or print the form and bring to the visit:

what is THE school-based health center?

The Maine Township School-Based Health Center (SBHC) is available to ALL students in District 207 (Maine West, Maine South, Maine East and Frost Academy).

The SBHC is located at both Maine East High School and Maine West High School. The SBHC is a partnership between Maine Township High School District 207 and Advocate Medical Group, in affiliation with Advocate Lutheran General Hospital. The goal of the SBHC is to improve the physical and emotional health of students attending Maine East, Maine South, Maine West and Frost Academy.

The SBHC is a comprehensive primary care program located and linked to community-based services. The District 207 SBHC is one many across the country. A SBHC provides medical and mental health screenings and treatment for young people who might otherwise not have access to primary care. School-based health centers have proven to be successful vehicles for addressing the challenges of adolescent health care. They are designed to be accessible, affordable, confidential, and teen friendly. More information on school-based health centers can also be found from the School-Based Health Alliance and EverThrive Illinois.

For hours of operation at each school, please call to learn more.

The SBHC is separate from the health office at each school that attends to students’ health needs throughout the school day and school year.

School-Based Health Center Services

Most services are provided free-of-charge, and these services are essentially the same as those that one would receive in any doctor’s office. Services include, but are not limited to:

  • General health assessments and screenings
  • Routine physicals ($35, if there is no state Medicaid)
  • Sports and employment physicals ($35, if there is no state Medicaid)
  • Dental services
  • Immunizations
  • Assessment of stress/emotional state
  • Assessment of alcohol and drug use and abuse
  • Individual and family counseling
  • Counseling on emotional, behavioral, and adjustment-related issues
  • Infections
  • Earaches
  • Sore throats
  • Throat cultures
  • Sprains, cuts, and burns

Learn more here about accessing care at the School-Based Health Center as well as fee and insurance information.


The District 207 SBHC staff includes a full-time nurse practitioner, a full-time mental health worker, a part-time physician, and a secretary. In addition to the staff, an Advisory Board of school personnel and community members oversee these efforts.


The cost of operating the School-Based Health Center comes from a variety of grants as well as the generous support of community members and the Maine Township High School Foundation.