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Mill Street Elementary School
1300 N Mill St, Naperville, IL 60563
Mill Street Elementary School, home of the Mustangs, is one of District 203's 14 elementary schools. The school was oneMore of 17 district schools honored in 2010 for academic achievement in meeting and exceeding state standards for reading and math for three consecutive years. Every year the school hosts a multicultural fair, which highlights the cultures of the school community.
Welch Elementary School
2620 Leverenz Rd, Naperville, IL 60564
Welch Elementary School is one of 21 elementaries in Indian Prairie School District 204. The district has a total of 35More 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.
Beebe Elementary School
110 E 11th Ave, Naperville, IL 60563
"PAWS" is the motto of Beebe Elementary School. It's an acronym that stands for: Perseverance, Attitude, WorkingMore together, Safety. The school is one of 14 elementary schools in Naperville Community Unit School District 203. In April 2010, the school's dual language program was awarded with an Office Max Innovator Award.
Spring Brook Elementary School
2700 Seiler Dr, Naperville, IL 60565
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.
Cowlishaw Elementary School
1212 Sanctuary Ln, Naperville, IL 60540
Nestled in the Ivy Ridge subdivision east of Route 59, between Ogden Avenue and 75th Street, Cowlishaw Elementary SchoolMore 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.
Naper Elementary School
39 S Eagle St, Naperville, IL 60540
Naper Elementary School is one of 14 elementary schools in District 203. The Naper Knights attend school in the heart ofMore downtown Naperville. The school ates back to 1928. The school offers students a variety of opportunities, such as the Naper Running Club, which allows students to meet before school for a fit start to the day. Students have participated in philanthropic programs including recycling used running shoes, packing food for Feed My Starving Children and holding crayon, food and cell phone drives. 
Ellsworth Elementary School
145 N Sleight St, Naperville, IL 60540
Ellsworth Elementary School is one of 14 elementary schools in District 203. Ellsworth, home to the Eagles, was openedMore back in 1928. Students who attend the school are encouraged to strive for "soaring virtues." In 2007, the school started the "Ellsworth Running Club" with a grant from Saucony Running Shoes. The club has continued based on its success.
School Readiness Center
430 S River Rd, Naperville, IL 60540
Located just off of Aurora Avenue in central Naperville, the School Readiness Center is a pre-school for childrenMore between the ages of 2 1/2 and 5. The school's main goal is to get children ready for the challenges and rigors of elementary school while simultaneously nurturing their creative and emotional development. The School Readiness Center prides itself on employing teachers who are genuinely interested in nurturing the growth of the children they teach. In addition to its regular pre-school program, the school now also offers enrichment classes in both the morning and afternoon. To find out more about the programs offered, visit the School Readiness Center Web site.
Metea Valley High School
1801 N Eola Rd, Aurora, IL 60502
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.
Excel Driving School
412 W 5th Ave, Naperville, IL 60563
For 25 years Excel Driving School has been offering driving classes to teens and adults in Naperville. The drivingMore school is located directly south of Naperville North High School and faces Mill Street. The school offers classes in manual and automatic.
The Compass School
3040 Reflection Dr, Naperville, IL 60564
The Compass School is a school for young children located at the southwest corner of intersection 95th street and routeMore 59. The school was opened in 1999. Programs include infants and two-year-olds, toddlers, kindergarten, after-school programs and summer camp.
Education City
55 S Main St, Naperville, IL 60540
Education City is a leading developer and publisher of educational content to elementary schools, high schools andMore special schools.
Hill Middle School
1836 Brookdale Rd, Naperville, IL 60563
Thayer J. Hill Middle School became part of Indian Prairie School District 204 in 1981. The sixth, seventh and eighthMore 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."
Scullen Middle School
2815 Mistflower Ln, Naperville, IL 60564
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.
Kennedy Junior High School
2929 Green Trails Dr, Lisle, IL 60532
Kennedy Junior High School has a new principal for the 2010-11 school year. Brian Valek is taking over the helm,More replacing Don Perry, who served the school for 13 years. In 2010, the school was named the state's seventh highest achieving middle school in the Chicago Sun-Times. Three student teams from Kennedy won highest honors in the WordMasters Challenge, a national language arts competition with more than 220,000 students participating each year. 
Washington Junior High School
201 N Washington St, Naperville, IL 60540
Washington Junior High, home of the Wildcats, is one of five junior high schools in District 203. The school was one ofMore 17 district schools recognized for achieving the Academic Excellence Award for 2009. To qualify for the award, a school had to have 90 percent of its students meeting or exceeding state standards in both reading and math for three consecutive years. The honor ties in with the school's mission: "We educate students to be self-directed learners, collaborative workers, complex thinkers, quality producers and community contributors."
Peterson Elementary School
4008 Chinaberry Lane, Naperville, IL 60564
Danielle Joy Peterson Elementary School is one of 35 schools in Indian Prairie School District 204, which serves aboutMore 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.
Naperville Christian Academy
1451 Raymond Dr, Naperville, IL 60563
The Naperville Christian Academy is a private Christian classical school. The school enrolls students from kindergartenMore through tenth grade. The school will be 11 years old in the fall of 2010. It provides a Christ-centered education for its students. The school is located behind the Trinity Church of the Nazarene but is not affiliated with the church.
Gregory Middle School
2621 Springdale Cir, Naperville, IL 60564
Students in sixth, seventh and eighth grades attend Gregory Middle School, where faculty members believe thatMore challenging students will allow them to reach their full potentials. The school is named after Gordon Arthur Gregory, 1916-1982. He was a Wheaton-born man who attended Naperville schools and dedicated his life to farming, family, the community and the church.