Vehicle Stickers

Our Drive for Education vehicle sticker upgrade program is the mainstay of the 112 Education Foundation’s fundraising efforts.  Thanks to the support and cooperation of the City of Highland Park and the City of Highwood, sales of these colorful vehicle stickers enable the Foundation to fund dozens of Foundation Grants each year.

To renew and upgrade your 2017 City of Highland Park vehicle sticker, click here. Remember to select the 112 Education Foundation UPGRADE.

Last year the Foundation awarded more than $65,000 to District 112 teachers and staff for creative and innovative programs.  By simply checking the box on your annual vehicle sticker registration and paying the $30 upgrade amount on each vehicle, you can help support next year’s Foundation grants to enrich and enhance programs for our students.  Click here to see our 2015-2016 Grants in Action video.

 Calling All Middle School Artists — 2018-2019 Vehicle Sticker Design Contest
Every car registered in Highland Park must have a city vehicle sticker. Residents who make a minimum $30 donation to the 112 Education Foundation by upgrading their sticker receive a special vehicle sticker.  YOU CAN BE THE DESIGNER!

This contest is open to all District 112 middle school students. Entries must:

• be black and white
• hand drawn design
• 8-1/2” x 11” unlined paper
• Contain original/unpublished artwork
• Illustrate the 150th anniversary of the City of Highland Park—Celebrating 150 Years of the City’s History & Progress
The contest is open to NSSD112 middle school students only.  All entries must be received by March 15, 2018.  Click here for more details and complete contest rules.

The winner of our Vehicle Sticker Design Contest held in 2016 was Maddie Gordon, an 8th grader from Edgewood Middle School.  Her design was selected  as the best representation of the theme “Drive for Education”.  This sticker design will be featured on the Highland Park 2016 and 2017 and the Highwood 2017 and 2018 upgraded stickers.

Sticker design 2016