Barrington Middle School-Station Campus is one of two middle schools in the Barrington 220 School District. Station Campus opened in 1966, on grounds that were once a chicken farm. Previously named “The Barrington Middle School”, it was one of the nation’s first middle school campuses serving grades 6-8. After the creation of Barrington Middle School-Prairie Campus, “The Barrington Middle School”, was renamed “Barrington Middle School - Station Campus”. The name of the school comes from the proximity to the train station and today Station Campus is known for its excellence in education, innovative programs and supportive community.
For general questions, please contact the main office at 847-756-6400.
Please contact the attendance line at 847-756-6400. To report absences, please use Infinite Campus. Once you are logged in, click the "Report Student Absence" from the options on the left side of the screen. Then, just follow the prompts. If you know of an absence in advance, you may enter that as soon as you have the information. If need be, you may also call the office prior to 9:00 a.m. to report the reason for your child's absence. If you have an extended absence and know the dates, contact the attendance office with the dates.
On Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday the school day begins at 8:52am and runs until 3:40pm. Every Wednesday there is an early release at 3:10pm.