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BATAVIA PUBLIC SCHOOLS DISTRICT 101

Rosalie Jones Administrative Center
335 W. Wilson St.
(630) 937-8800
www.bps101.net

Alice Gustafson Elementary School/Early Childhood Center
905 Carlisle Rd.
(630) 937-8000

Grades: PK-5
Batavia High School
1201 Main St.
(630) 937-8600

Grades: 9-12
Grace McWayne Elementary School
3501 Hapner Way
(630) 937-8100

Grades: KG-5
H.C. Storm Elementary School
305 N. Van Nortwick Ave.
(630) 937-8200

Grades: KG-5
Hoover-Wood Elementary School
1640 Wagner Road
(630) 937-8300

Grades: KG-5
J.B. Nelson Elementary School
334 William Wood Ln.
(630) 937-8400

Grades: KG-5
Louise White Elementary School
800 N. Prairie St.
(630) 937-8500

Grades: KG-5
Sam Rotolo Middle School
1501 S. Raddant Rd.
(630) 937-8700

Grades: 6-8 Private Schools
Holy Cross Catholic School
2300 Main St.
Phone: (630) 593-5290

Grades: PK-8
Immanuel Lutheran Church and School
950 Hart Rd.
(630) 406-0157

Grades: PK-8
Montessori Academy
595 S. River St.
(630) 448-0824

Grades: PK-8
Marmion Academy
1000 Butterfield Rd., Aurora
(630) 897-6936

Grades: 9-12
Rosary High School
901 N. Edgelawn Dr., Aurora
(630) 896-0831

Grades: 9-12
Higher Learning
Waubonsee Community College
Sugar Grove Campus (Main Campus)
Route 47 at Waubonsee Drive, Sugar Grove
(630) 466-7900
www.waubonsee.edu

Aurora University
347 S. Gladstone Ave., Aurora
Aurora, IL 60506-4892
(630) 892-6431
www.aurora.edu

Helping students learn and grow in all aspects of their development is the mission of Batavia Public School District 101. There are literally thousands of ways this mission is carried out inside and outside of classrooms, and the impact is enormous. Here are just a few examples:

Batavia High School has a 94 percent graduation rate and 92 percent of students in the Class of 2017 reported that they are attending a college or university in the fall of 2017.

40 percent of students in the Class of 2017 earned college scholarships totaling $2.75 million.

In partnership with the Batavia Foundation for Educational Excellence, BPS101 launched an INCubator Entrepreneurship course at Batavia High School. Now in its third year, the course gives high school students the opportunity to develop a real product or service and pitch it to business professionals for funding.

Every year, 50 BPS101 students in grades 3-8 have the opportunity to enroll in the John C. Dunham STEM Partnership School on Aurora University’s Campus. This unique learning environment is designed for students with an interest in science, technology, engineering and math.

BPS101’s tuition-free preschool program, housed in the Early Childhood Center at Alice Gustafson Elementary School, offers an academic and social-emotional curriculum aligned with the district’s curriculum and Illinois Early Learning and Development Standards.

All K-12 students at BPS101 are issued an electronic device. This one-to-one technology program enhances the learning process in all subject areas.