About District 58:
We achieve academic excellence.
District 58 supports learning to meet the needs of all students. We vetted and adopted new English-Language Arts resources in 2018 and Science resources in 2019, new Math resources in 2020, new Social Studies resources in 2021 and 2022 and new Writing Resources in 2023. We proudly equip our teachers with rigorous and updated curricular materials to help our students succeed!
The State of Illinois awarded all District 58 schools with either an Exemplary or Commendable academic designation in 2022. 54% of District 58 schools earned Exemplary, the State's highest school designation.
By comparison, 27% of DuPage County schools and 10% of Illinois schools earned the Exemplary rating.
The median District 58 student scores at the 70th percentile in Math and the 76th percentile in Reading.
Plus, our Grove Children's Preschool program have earned Gold Ratings for the third time from the State of Illinois Preschool Audit. This is the highest rating a preschool can earn for excellence in teaching and learning!
No wonder 93% of District 58 parents say: "My child is getting a quality education."
We care for the whole child.
District 58 incorporates social-emotional learning into its daily instruction for all students. In fact, the District was an early adopter of social-emotional learning curricular resources that foster student well-being.
District 58 keeps students at the center of every decision. Our dedicated teachers and staff work collaboratively to nurture each student's academic, social and emotional needs. To better support all students, the average District 58 classroom has 21 students.
95% of parents say: "My child's school is a supportive and inviting place for students."
92% of parents say: "My child's school focuses on teaching the whole child, including social and emotional skills."
96% of parents say: "Adults at this school believe my child can be a success."
We prepare students for success.
All District 58 schools feed into District 99 for high school.
63% of District 58 students enter District 99 ready for a sophomore level class or above.
94% of District 99 students graduate, compared to 88% of Illlinois students.
We plan for the future.
The District 58 Board of Education approved a Strategic Plan in 2018 that charged District 58 with three goals: Focusing on Learning, Connecting the Community, and Securing the Future. Read a brief summary of how the District has met those goals and grown throughout that process. Now, the District is embarking on a new Strategic Plan that will guide the future from 2023-28.
The District 58 community overhwhelmingly supported a building referendum in the fall of 2022 that will provide for a safe, modern and effective learning environment for all students. The master facility plan was developed with input from all stakeholders, including District 58 staff, parents and the broader community. We are very excited for the future of our fantastic schools! Follow our progress at Building for Success.