As part of its multi-phase branding and signage project, Evanston Township High School is inviting stakeholders to participate in a signage and wayfinding survey to help improve to improve how students, staff, and visitors find their way around the high school. Survey results will be used to develop a new sign and information system to help people better navigate the 1.2 million square-foot school building and 62-acre campus. 

In the fall of 2014, ETHS kicked off a branding and signage project to help strengthen the high school’s brand identity and build a cohesive graphic identity and signage system for the high school. New logos, approved by the District 202 Board, were introduced in the spring of 2015 and will be used in the implementation stage of the signage project.  

The Branding & Signage project is funded through capital improvement funds and the signage portion will be completed in phases. Phase I implementation will focus on interior signage on the first floor, with additional floors to follow. Phase II implementation will focus on exterior signage around campus.

Members of the school community are encouraged to participate in a brief signage and wayfinding survey,, to share their thoughts. The survey is open through September 30, 2015, and is completely anonymous.

For more information about the branding and signage project, contact Evangeline Semark, Director of Communications and Engagement at or 847-424-7515.