Golf School District 67 is a K-8 district with two schools: Hynes Elementary School and Golf Middle School. Hynes Elementary School houses grades Preschool through fourth grade and Golf Middle School houses fifth through eighth grades. The District also offers a tuition-based Preschool program for a limited number of students at Hynes Elementary School. Students graduating from Golf Middle School attend Niles North High School District 219.


Hynes Elementary School was built in 1957 and is named after former district teacher, principal and superintendent Irene E. Hynes.

The original Golf Elementary School was built in 1927 as a four-room school. It was expanded four times before being supplemented by Hynes Elementary School in 1957. Golf Junior High School was added in 1961. The Golf Middle School building remains at the site.

District 67 owns Frank Hren Discovery Park, which is adjacent to Golf Middle School. Frank P. Hren was a teacher and principal at the former Golf Junior High School, and the park was named in his honor.

After graduating, students continuing with public education attend Niles North High School (Niles Township Community High School District 219).

In August 2015, District 67 entered into the Collaborative for Curriculum partnership with Niles Township High School District 219. Goals of the Classrooms First initiative include focusing on literacy and on science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) as a distinct part of elementary and secondary curricula, aligning curricula between the elementary and high school districts, creating operational efficiencies, providing increased access to educational infrastructure to the elementary school district, establishing a uniform system of curricular targets and accountability, and increasing high school and college readiness.