Naperville Community Unit School District 203

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Naperville Community Unit School District 203 is a school district headquartered in Naperville, Illinois, United States.

History[edit]

District 203, established in 1972 through the merger of elementary and high school districts, serves central Naperville (as well as portions of neighboring Lisle and Bolingbrook). All but two of the district's buildings are within the limits of the city of Naperville. Kennedy Junior High School is in Lisle. Steeple Run is in an unincorporated portion of Lisle Township in DuPage County. The current District 203 school buildings were constructed between 1928 (Ellsworth) and 2010 (Ann Reid Early Childhood Center). Additionally, throughout the district's history they have conducted many renovations and additions to schools. For information about renovations and additions to Naperville Central High School or Naperville North High School see their Wikipedia pages. For information on the 2010 additions, renovation, and construction of the Ann Reid E.C.C., visit Building the Future on District 203's website. Dan Bridges has served as Superintendent since the 2012-2013 school year.

Early childhood[edit]

School's name School's namesake Year opened Principal Mascot Website
Ann Reid Early Childhood Center Ann Reid (educator and administrator in D203) 2010 Tarah Allen Ducklings Ann Reid

Elementary schools[edit]

School's name School's namesake Year opened Principal Mascot Website
Beebe Elementary School Ralph Beebe (School Superintendent) 1955 Christine O'Neil Bobcats Beebe
Ellsworth Elementary School Lewis Ellsworth, Mayor who established original school 1928 Cheryl DeGan Eagles Ellsworth
Elmwood Elementary School Elmwood Street 1960 Lisa Polomsky Eagles Elmwood
Highlands Elementary School Highlands subdivision 1957 Laura Noon Whales Higlands
Kingsley Elementary School Kingsley Street 1990 Erin Marker Knights Kingsley
Maplebrook Elementary School Maplebrook I & II subdivisions 1974 Ryan DeBora Wildcats Maplebrook
Meadow Glens Elementary School Combination of The Meadows subdivision and The Glens subdivision 1989 Katy Lynch Eagles Meadow Glens
Mill Street Elementary School Mill Street 1967 Suzanne Salness Mustangs Mill Street
Naper Elementary School Captain Joseph Naper, city founder 1929 Julie Beehler Knights Naper
Prairie Elementary School The school's prairie-style architecture 1969 Tracy Dvorchak Prairie Dogs Prairie
Ranch View Elementary School Ranch View subdivision 1985 Rangers Ranch View
River Woods Elementary School River Woods subdivision 1987 Gina Baumgartner Robins River Woods
Scott Elementary School Willard Scott - Naperville Pioneer 1978 Nick Micensky Eagles Scott
Steeple Run Elementary School Steeple Run subdivision 1977 Debbie Doyle Super Stars Steeple Run

Junior High Schools[edit]

School's name School's namesake Year opened Principal Mascot Website
Washington Junior High School George Washington 1977 (current building) Jon Vogel Wildcats WJHS
Lincoln Junior High School Abraham Lincoln 1963 Patrick Gaskin Lancers LJHS
Jefferson Junior High School Thomas Jefferson 1970 Megan Ptak Patriots JJHS
Madison Junior High School James Madison 1978 Erin Anderson Warhawks MJHS
Kennedy Junior High School John F. Kennedy 1990 Brian Valek Eagles KJHS

High schools[edit]

School's name Year opened School's namesake Principal Mascot Website
Naperville Central High School 1963 Central Part of Town Bill Wiesbrook Redhawks NCHS
Naperville North High School 1970 Northern Part of Town Stephanie Posey Huskies NNHS

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