Are You Thinking of Moving Your Family Into District 303?

Are You Thinking of Moving Your Family Into District 303?

Moving your family is a huge decision and we are pleased that you are considering joining the District 303 community.  In order to help with your decision-making, we have compiled on this page information about our District that you might find helpful.  On this page are links to our school boundary maps, student registration, financial data, school report cards, and individual school websites.

Information on Boundaries 

District 303 has established geographic planning areas.  Each planning area is assigned to a specific elementary, middle, and high school. District 303 serves students from the City of St. Charles and portions of West Chicago, South Elgin, Wayne, Campton Hills, Wasco, Elburn and unincorporated Kane County.


Before a student can be enrolled, a family must establish residency within the boundaries of District 303. All enrollment forms must be submitted in person at the school your children will attend.  You can expedite the enrollment process by downloading and completing the appropriate residency and enrollment forms by clicking here.

School Report Card is the state’s official source for information about public schools across Illinois. Families, researchers, policy makers, and community members can use the site to find school data, including academic performance, school environment, educators, students, and highlights provided by principals.


District 303's educational program is characterized by a tradition of recognized academic achievement, talented faculty, many highly successful championship level athletic teams and award winning fine arts programs. District 303 schools perform very well on state standardized tests and other local assessments.

Financial Data

Responsibilities of the Department of Business Services include many aspects of financial planning for the District, including budgeting, the annual tax levy, investments, and financial reporting. The goal of the department is to increase student achievement by providing financial support to staff and students of the District as directed by the School Board.

Our Schools

The district operates 10 elementary schools, one primary school, one intermediate school, two middle schools, and two high schools.

If you have questions, please do not hesitate to call the District Administration office at (331) 228-2000.