Lincoln Elementary School 211 S 6th Ave, St Charles, IL60174 Lincoln Elementary School is located about a block south from the St. Charles Library. It opened in 1928 and is the…More oldest Kindergarten to 5th grade school in the district. During the 2000-2001 school year, the Learning Resource Center was built, along with additional office space. Like other district schools, students at various grade levels are formed into teams for learning.
Pioneer Sholes School 37w370 Dean St, St Charles, IL60175 This 1872 school house has been relocated to the Leroy Oakes Forest Preserve from Burlington Road in Burlington…More Township. Pioneer Sholes School is open Sundays from May through October and during the school year by appointment to classes wishing to re-enact a school day from 1872.
Wasco Elementary School 04n782 School Rd, St Charles, IL60175 Wasco Elementary School serves students in kindergarten through grade five. The school offers a comprehensive…More curriculum that includes a wide range of subjects, including art, music, math, science, physical education and more. The school has an orchestra program, reading resources and a number of extracurricular activities. Visit the website for more information.
St. Charles East High School was once the site of the city's only high school -- St. Charles High School -- until St.…More Charles North was built and students relocated there in 2001. The school is on the same campus as the Norris Cultural Arts Center and neighbors Wredling Middle School.
In 2010, Newsweek named East as one of America's "Best High Schools." It offers a diverse and rigorous academic program.
Home of the East Saints, the school has maintained a successful athletics program, with several teams earning state titles.
Norton Creek Elementary 2033 Smith Rd, West Chicago, IL60185 Norton Creek is one of a handful of Community Unit School District 303 schools not located in St. Charles. Located…More just west of the city in West Chicago, Norton Creek first opened its doors to students during the 2003-2004 school year. The school describes itself as a community of learners that values and supports diverse thinking.
Spanning more than 57 square miles in the Fox River Valley, District 303 serves more than 13,000 students from St.…More Charles and several surrounding communities. It has a dozen elementary schools, three middle schools and two high schools. For the 2009-2010 school year, the district ran a balanced budget of a little more than $168 million.
Officials see the district as having a tradition of academic excellence in both its programs and faculty.