Homewood-Flossmoor High School announced on Wednesday, Feb. 1, that it is the newest member of the MSAN Network, a national coalition of multiracial school districts that share a history of high academic achievement and connections to major research universities.
MSAN districts come together to understand and eliminate racial opportunity gaps that persist in schools.
“Homewood-Flossmoor High School is proud to join this accomplished network of school districts throughout the United States,” said District 233 Superintendent Scott Wakeley. “This partnership allows us to work collaboratively with districts that look like ours with diverse . . .