On March 31, Governor Pritzker announced that the closure of Illinois schools will extend through April 30. District 303 school buildings are closed. Remote learning will begin April 6 and continue through April 30.
St. Charles CUSD 303
201 South 7th Street
St. Charles, IL 60174
The District 303 School Community empowers and inspires ALL to:
Community Unit School District 303 is a high-achieving, Pre K-12 system covering 57.4 square miles in the picturesque Fox River Valley, 40 miles west of Chicago. District 303 serves about 12,000 Pre K-12 students from the City of St. Charles and portions of West Chicago, South Elgin, Wayne, Campton Hills, Wasco, Elburn, and unincorporated Kane County.
SCHOOL BOARD CULTURE STATEMENT
While being mindful of the expectations of the community, the Board will continue to make fiscally responsible decisions in the best interest of all students.
SCHOOL BOARD COMMITMENTS
When formal school districts were originally created in the late 1800s and early 1900s, they were usually drawn along township boundaries. However, legislation was passed in 1946-47 that encouraged school districts to consolidate.
Community Unit School District 303 was born in 1949 when, through a referendum, voters approved consolidating High School District 150, Elementary District 87 and Little Woods District 79.
People served by the Wasco two-year high school program voted in 1950 to consolidate with District 303 after another change in state law eliminated two-year high schools.
The district operates 11 elementary school buildings, including one early childhood center, one primary school (K-2), and one intermediate school (3-5), two middle schools, and two high schools.
Community life in the area of District 303 is enhanced by the presence of great schools and 54 park sites with settings for tennis, swimming, walking, running, bicycling, boating, canoeing, picnicking, soccer, baseball, softball, football, and more.
There are four golf courses within the community and more than a dozen more in the adjacent towns. The community is also home to the Q Center, DuKane Corp., Pheasant Run Resort-Convention Center, Armour-Swift-Eckrich, Coca-Cola Bottling, Omron, Wallace Computer Systems, Bison Gear, and the historic Baker Hotel.
Numerous higher education opportunities exist right at District 303's doorstep:
District 303's closeness to Chicago affords its residents easy access to all the advantages of living in the metropolitan area. The cultural, sport, shopping and scenic attractions of Chicago are all within an hour of our community.