Scullen Middle School 2815 Mistflower Ln, Naperville, IL60564 Scullen Middle School focuses on challenging students to grow intellectually, socially and emotionally. This sixth,…More seventh and eighth grade school was named after Thomas Scullen, who served as the superintendent for Indian Prairie School District 204 from 1986 to 1995. He launched the Indian Prairie Educational Foundation which later led to the school-business partnership program. Scullen is one of seven middle schools in the district, which serves about 28,000 students.
Welch Elementary School 2620 Leverenz Rd, Naperville, IL60564 Welch Elementary School is one of 21 elementaries in Indian Prairie School District 204. The district has a total of 35…More schools and educates more than 28,000 students — 850 of whom attend Welch. The school's mission is to encourage and assist students in becoming life-long learners. An interactive Library Media Center is part of the school's education plan.
Metea Valley High School 1801 N Eola Rd, Aurora, IL60502 Metea Valley High School is part of Indian Prairie School District 204. It is one of three high schools in the district.…More Its principal is James Schmid. The school provides education to students between grades of 9-12.
Cowlishaw Elementary School 1212 Sanctuary Ln, Naperville, IL60540 Nestled in the Ivy Ridge subdivision east of Route 59, between Ogden Avenue and 75th Street, Cowlishaw Elementary School…More represents a community of learners that includes parents, families, children and staff. The school is named after Mary Lou Cowlishaw, who served on the neighboring school district 203 's board of education from 1972 - 1983. It is one of 21 elementary schools in Indian Prairie School District 204. The district has a total of 35 schools and educates more than 28,000 students each year.
Spring Brook Elementary School 2700 Seiler Dr, Naperville, IL60565 Spring Brook Elementary School is located near the intersection of Seiler Drive and Delasalle Avenue in a quiet,…More residential subdivision. It is one of 21 elementary schools in Indian Prairie School District 204, which serves almost 29,000 students — two-thirds of whom live in Naperville. Students educated at the school are in kindergarten through fifth grades. Administrators in both the school and the district place a high priority on communicating with parents. The principal at Spring Brook issues a weekly message to relay important news at the school.
Longwood Elementary School 30w240 Bruce Ln, Naperville, IL60563 Longwood Elementary School starts each day with the mantra, "Let's focus on making today a great day to learn." Staff…More members know their kindergarten through fifth-grade students are diverse learners, and they work to tailor educational plans to such needs. A strong support staff is used to lead small-group instruction. Longwood is one of 21 elementary schools in Indian Prairie School District 204. The district serves more than 28,000 students, two thirds of whom are from Naperville.
White Eagle Elementary School 1585 White Eagle Dr, Naperville, IL60564 White Eagle Elementary School is one of 35 schools in Indian Prairie School District 204. The district serves more than…More 28,000 students, two-thirds of whom are from Naperville. White Eagle is built on the theme and foundation of respect. At the conclusion of every week, each class that has demonstrated proud, respectful and kind behavior receives an award that allows them to participate in leading the Pledge of Allegiance.
Hill Middle School 1836 Brookdale Rd, Naperville, IL60563 Thayer J. Hill Middle School became part of Indian Prairie School District 204 in 1981. The sixth, seventh and eighth…More grade school is focused on growing as a community—adults and children alike. Student assessments are ongoing so teachers can measure their understanding and tailor lesson plans to suit specific learning styles. Administrators often recite that the mission of Hill Middle School is to "create a school where students, teachers and parents work together, learn together and grow together."
Waubonsie Valley High School 2590 Ogden Ave, Aurora, IL60504 The philosophy at Waubonsie Valley High School is based on the "four Rs" of rigor, relevance, relationships and…More reflection. Teaching at the school focuses on instilling in students the value of lifelong learning. It also upholds the principles of Indian Prairie School District 204, which emphasizes community involvement in students' education. The school has a well-rounded staff of one principal, an associate principal and three assistant principals.
Peterson Elementary School 4008 Chinaberry Lane, Naperville, IL60564 Danielle Joy Peterson Elementary School is one of 35 schools in Indian Prairie School District 204, which serves about…More 28,000 students—two-thirds of whom are from Naperville. The school was named after Danielle Joy Peterson, who was born in Florida and moved to Naperville as a child. Despite an early diagnosis of cystic fibrosis and rheumatoid arthritis, Peterson lived every day with enthusiasm. Today, the school is decorated in several shades of purple, which was Danielle's favorite color.
Patterson Elementary School 3731 Lawrence Dr, Naperville, IL60564 Patterson Elementary School serves students in kindergarten through fifth grades. It is one of 21 elementary schools in…More Indian Prairie School District 204. Staff members strive to create a positive environment for all members of its community including parents, students and teachers. Not only do teachers focus on building basic learning skills, but infusing in children values like respect, responsibility, acceptance and cooperation.
Brookdale Elementary School 1200 Redfield Rd, Naperville, IL60563 With its own bell tower, Brookdale Elementary School is among the more identifiable buildings in Indian Prairie School…More District 204. It is nestled in a forested area in a residential subdivision. Among the highest priorities for the school is honing students' literacy skills. But specific benchmarks for children in kindergarten through fifth grade have been established for all subjects, including language arts, math, social studies, science, health and physical education. The school also upholds the district's fundamentals, which include the fostering of positive social and emotional growth in students and ensuring that they maintain positive attitudes throughout their education.