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Streamwood Community Guide

Community Overview

Streamwood is a village of about 36,500 33 miles northwest of downtown Chicago. It has been a community attractive to first time home-buyers and continues with that via its single-family mortgage revenue bond program (contact the village hall or George K. Baum & Co., 312-645-9497). Rental housing is also available. Streamwood hosts industrial development as well in its Industry and Business Center where such companies as Wickes Lumber are located. Recreational opportunites for residents include Park District programs and the Municipal Streamwood Oaks Golf Club. Elgin U-46 School District takes in elementary-and secondary students, who attend Streamwood High School. (See below for details on schools).

Transportation needs are served by area highways (I-90-Kennedy Expwy.), and major local roads (I-59, U.S. 20, & Schaumburg Road). Commuter service to downtown is provided at the nearby Hanover Park train station by the Metra/Milwaukee West Line (MD-W). Travel time to the downtown Chicago station is about 50-60 minutes. Local bus service is available from PACE. The RTA Travel Info. Number is 1-800-972-7000. Metra has schedule and ticket information online.

Important Phone Numbers:

Village Hall: 630-837-0200 NICOR: 1-888-642-6748 Ameritech (Phone): 1-800-244-4444.

Commonwealth Edison: 1-800-334-7661 Police & Fire: For emergencies, 911. Otherwise, 630-213-6300 (Fire)

630-837-0953 (Police) Gail Borden Library, 200 North Grove Ave., Elgin, 847-742-2411 (Residents west of Rt. 59)

Poplar Creek Library, 1405 South Park Avenue, 630-837-6800 (Residents east of Rt. 59) Community Information

Schaumburg Township Library, 130 S. Roselle Road, Schaumburg, 847-985-4000 (Residents east of Barrington Road). * 3 library districts have reciprocal agreements for sharing and use of facilities.

Editor's Note: Public School Information comes from the state report cards, school district publications, and school district web sites.

Note: All ISAT & Prairie State Test Percentages are from the 2000/2001 school year.

Special Note: The ISAT and Prairie State Tests measure students against absolute standards in various subjects, rather than in relationship to each other. Scores are reported as Exceeding Standards, Meeting Standards, Below Standards, or "Academic Warning". ISAT test information is also available on the Illinois State Board of Education's web site.

School District U-46

355 E. Chicago St.

Elgin, IL 60120

630-888-5000

School System Statistics: See tables below.

District-Wide Programs: Special Education, Gifted Program, Foreign Language, (High School), Counseling, Tutoring, Early Childhood (Developmental Preschool), Music Instruction, Art Instruction, P.E. Classes, Outdoor Education, Band (Middle & High School), Orchestra, (Middle & High School), Chorus (Middle & High School), Sports (Middle & High School), Extra-Curricular Activities, Computer Literacy, Hot Lunch Program, Planetarium/Observatory, Educational Radio Station, Adult Education, Alternative Education (High School), English as a Second Language (ESL).

Academic Performance: ISAT & Prairie State Test Percentages: See tables below.

Features (High School Level): Music Room/Area, Art Room/Area, Computer(s)/Computer Lab(s), Gym(s), Library, Outdoor Stadium/Arena, Cafeteria, Auditorium/Stage, Swimming Pool.

Features (Middle Level): Music Room/Area, Gym(s), Library, Auditorium/Stage, Cafeteria, Art Room/Area, Computer(s)/Computer Lab(s).

Personnel (High School Level): Teachers in academic curriculum areas, plus Art, Music, P.E., Library, Vocational Education, Guidance, Special Education, Social Work, Nurse.

Personnel (Middle Level): Teachers in academic curriculum areas, plus Art, Music, P.E., Gifted/Talented, Library, Special Education, Guidance, Social Work, Vocational Education, Nurse.

Curriculum/Courses (High School Level): Basic Math, Algebra, Geometry, Calculus, Trigonometry, Computer Science, Refresher Math, Journalism, Creative Writing, American & World History, Civics, Anthropology, Sociology, Psychology, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Geology, General Science, Basic Science, Environmental Science, Spanish, French, German, Latin, Band, Chorus, Orchestra, Music Theory & Appreciation, Art, P.E.

Curriculum (Middle Level): Math, Science, Language Arts, Social Studies, Music, P.E., Library, Applied Arts in 7th grade (Home Economics, Industrial Education, Art). Seventh Grade - rotate through speech, reading & general music, can substitute band and orchestra for the speech or reading segment. Eighth Grade - choice of two electives from among art, chorus, band, orchestra, speech, reading, industrial arts and home economics.

Curriculum (Elementary Level): Math, Science, Language Arts, Social Studies, Art, Music, P.E., Library.

Elective Courses (High School Level): Algebra, Calculus, Geometry, Trigonometry, Journalism (Newspaper), CreativeWriting, Acting, Speech, Debate, Yearbook, Children's Theatre Workshop, Fundamentals of Grammar, Anthropology, Sociology, Psychology, World Geography, Introduction to Law, Today's Problems, Current World Problems, Student Leadership, International Relations, Career Planning, Spanish, French, German, Latin, Band, Chorus, Orchestra, Drawing, Painting, Ceramics, Photography, Exploratory Art, Printmaking, Fundamentals of Design.

Honors/AP Courses (High School Level): Math, Science, English, Foreign Language, History, Social Science.

Extras: Hot Lunch, Field Trips, Transportation.

Special Needs: Physically Handicapped, Learning Disabled, Mildly/Moderately Retarded, Behavior Disordered, Hearing-Impaired, Sight-Impaired, Gifted students. Speech Therapy, Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Tutoring, Counseling provided.

Extracurricular (High School Level): Sports, Theater/Drama, Orchestra, Band, Chorus, School Clubs.

Extracurricular (Middle Level): Sports, Orchestra, Band, Chorus, School Clubs.

District Schools (Streamwood only):

Streamwood High 701 W. Schaumburg Rd., Streamwood, IL 60107, 847-213-5500.

Tefft Middle 1100 Shirley Ave., Streamwood, IL 60107, 630-213-5540.

Canton Middle 1100 Sunset Circle, Streamwood, IL 60107, 630-213-5525.

Glenbrook 315 Garden Circle, Streamwood, IL 60107, 630-213-5555.

Hanover Countryside 6 S. Bartlett Rd., Streamwood, IL 60107, 630-213-5560.

Heritage 507 Arnold Ave., Streamwood, IL 60107, 630-213-5565.

Oak Hill 502 S. Oltendorf Rd., Streamwood, IL 60107, 630-289-5220.

Ridge Circle 420 Ridge Circle, Streamwood, IL 60107, 630-289-3200.

Streamwood 410 Streamwood Blvd., Streamwood, IL 60107, 630-213-5605

Sunnydale 716 Sunnydale Blvd., Streamwood, IL 60107, 630-213-5611.

Woodland Heights 900 S. Park Blvd., Streamwood, IL 60107, 630-289-5661.

School System Statistics

School Name

Grade Levels

Enrollment - School/District

Number of teachers (district)

District % Bach. Degree only

District % Master's & Above

District Ave. - Pupil/ Teacher Ratio Elementary/Secondary

District Per-Pupil Cost

Streamwood

9-12

1,926

36,108

2,272

49.1

50.9

N/A

16.8

$7,339

Tefft

7-8

717

36,108

2,272

49.1

50.9

19.6

N/A

$7,339

Canton

7-8

881

36,108

2,272

49.1

50.9

19.6

N/A

$7,339

Glenbrook

K-6

567

34,983

2,120

52.4%

47.5%

N/A

17.3:1

$6,953

Hanover Countryside

K-6

582

36,108

2,272

49.1

50.9

19.6

N/A

$7,339

Heritage

K-6

589

36,108

2,272

49.1

50.9

19.6

N/A

$7,339

Oak Hill

PK-6

551

36,108

2,272

49.1

50.9

19.6

N/A

$7,339

Ridge Circle

K-6

621

36,108

2,272

49.1

50.9

19.6

N/A

$7,339

Sunnydale

K-6

545

36,108

2,272

49.1

50.9

19.6

N/A

$7,339

Streamwood

K-1

482

36,108

2,272

49.1

50.9

19.6

N/A

$7,339

Woodland Heights

K-6

421

36,108

2,272

49.1

50.9

19.6

N/A

$7,339

ISAT Table - Grade 3 (Reading, Math, Writing), Grade 4 (Science, Social Science)

Elgin U-46

Exceeds Standards

Meets Standards

Subjects

Reading

Math

Writing

Science

Social Studies

Reading

Math

Writing

Science

Social Studies

State Percentages

19

19

3

11

6

43

43

55

54

55

District Percentages

14

25

2

8

4

46

49

56

57

60

School Percentages

Glenbrook

19

19

3

11

6

43

43

55

54

55

Hanover Countryside

14

25

2

8

4

46

49

56

57

60

Heritage

10

31

0

0

0

48

56

55

46

46

Oakhill

10

16

2

3

3

43

49

35

48

47

Parkwood

2

4

0

0

0

30

33

36

29

26

Ridge Circle

10

16

0

3

0

47

73

57

67

61

Sunnydale

3

19

0

7

2

62

68

69

65

63

Woodland Heights

13

31

0

5

5

52

58

45

63

58

Below Standards

Academic Warning

Subjects

Reading

Math

Writing

Science

Social Studies

Reading

Math

Writing

Science

Social Studies

State Percentages

31

18

33

26

28

7

8

9

8

11

District Percentages

34

19

34

27

27

6

6

8

7

9

School Percentages

Glenbrook

40

32

29

26

24

13

12

18

5

6

Hanover Countryside

29

25

35

29

30

2

3

10

6

8

Heritage

40

13

43

44

40

2

0

2

10

15

Oakhill

41

24

41

32

31

6

12

22

17

19

Parkwood

41

36

40

61

61

28

27

25

11

13

Ridge Circle

42

6

40

25

32

2

5

3

5

8

Sunnydale

28

13

31

22

27

7

0

0

7

8

Woodland Heights

33

12

50

28

33

2

0

5

5

5

ISAT Table - Grade 5 (Reading, Math, Writing).

Elgin U-46

Exceeds Standards

Meets Standards

Subjects

Reading

Math

Writing

Reading

Math

Writing

Statewide Percentages

25

6

12

34

55

58

District Percentages

21

5

7

33

56

60

School Percentages

Glenbrook

29

15

6

35

53

52

Hanover Countryside

21

2

2

39

67

68

Heritage

12

0

6

27

44

65

Oakhill

13

0

17

28

62

60

Parkwood

11

0

2

28

34

57

Ridge Circle

15

0

2

25

47

49

Sunnydale

15

2

3

28

51

54

Woodland Heights

17

2

2

45

70

48

Below Standards

Academic Warning

Subjects

Reading

Math

Writing

Reading

Math

Writing

Statewide Percentages

40

34

27

1

4

4

District Percentages

44

35

30

1

4

3

School Percentages

Glenbrook

35

27

41

2

5

2

Hanover Countryside

40

28

29

0

2

1

Heritage

52

44

23

8

11

6

Oakhill

59

34

23

0

3

0

Parkwood

62

55

33

0

11

9

Ridge Circle

59

46

41

1

8

8

Sunnydale

57

48

43

0

0

0

Woodland Heights

38

27

40

0

2

11

ISAT Table - Grade 7 (Science, Social Science), Grade 8 (Reading, Math, Writing).

Elgin U-46

Exceeds Standards

Meets Standards

Subjects

Reading

Math

Writing

Science

Social Studies

Reading

Math

Writing

Science

Social Studies

State Percentages

10

13

7

20

13

56

37

55

52

13

District Percentages

7

9

5

12

6

54

37

53

51

41

School Percentages

Tefft Middle

9

13

6

13

6

48

39

52

53

43

Canton Middle

6

5

2

14

6

60

36

49

52

39

Below Standards

Academic Warning

Subjects

Reading

Math

Writing

Science

Social Studies

Reading

Math

Writing

Science

Social Studies

State Percentages

34

42

32

17

47

1

7

6

11

2

District Percentages

39

47

35

21

51

1

7

7

16

2

School Percentages

Tefft Middle

41

41

35

20

49

1

7

7

14

2

Canton Middle

34

52

45

21

52

0

7

4

13

3

Prairie State Table - Grade 11 (Reading, Math, Writing, Science, Social Science).

Elgin U-46

Exceeds Standards

Meets Standards

Subjects

Reading

Math

Writing

Science

Social Studies

Reading

Math

Writing

Science

Social Studies

State Percentages

12

9

9

11

15

46

45

50

39

43

District Percentages

8

8

4

9

10

42

41

46

36

39

School Percentages

Streamwood High

4

5

2

5

8

43

39

42

32

35

Below Standards

Academic Warning

Subjects

Reading

Math

Writing

Science

Social Studies

Reading

Math

Writing

Science

Social Studies

State Percentages

34

37

35

38

33

8

9

6

12

9

District Percentages

39

41

41

43

39

11

10

9

12

11

School Percentages

Streamwood High

43

47

47

53

44

10

10

9

10

13

Graduation Rate-%/ACT Average-Composite

Elgin District U-46

87.5

21.7

Streamwood High

91.1

20.5

Child Care & Preschool Programs

Editor's Note: Tuition quoted is the weekly rate for full-time care. Codes in parenthesis: I for Infant, T for Toddler, 2 for Age 2, P for Preschool (Ages 2-5 or 3-5), K for Kindergarten, SA for school-age. For part-time preschool programs (2, 3, or 5 mornings or afternoons per week), the tuition quoted is monthly, with 2x, 3x, or 5x in parenthesis to indicate the number of days per week for each program. Child Care and Preschool information comes directly from the centers and preschools, by phone and/or mail. While we make a reasonable effort to maintain accuracy, we don't guarantee that all information is correct. For any categories that are blank, please call the center for that information.

Name

Address

Phone

Ages Enrolled

Hours

Tuition

Grace Lutheran Preschool

780 S. Bartlett Rd.

630-289-9658

3 to 6

 

 

KinderCare

648 S. Green Meadows Blvd.

630-850-6565

6 weeks to 5

6:00 - 6:00

$97 - $126

Comprehensive child care and preschool listings are available in our off-line publication Child Care Connections.

Editor's Note: Recreation Information is obtained from the recreation program's brochures or catalogs (Park District, YMCA, etc.).

Recreation

Streamwood Park District

777 Bartlett Rd.

Streamwood, IL 60107

630-372-7275

Equipment/Physical Features: Outdoor Playground(s), Handicapped Accessible, Gym(s), Ice Rink(s), Sports Fields, Tennis Court(s), Swimming Pool(s).

Parent/Tot & Children's Classes/Leagues/Camps: Fitness, Cooking, Gymnastics, Arts & Crafts, Music, Reading/Stories, Soccer, Roller Skating, Softball, Bowling, Cheerleading, Football, First Aid for Little People, (Ages 6-9), Hockey, Basketball, Karate, Tae Kwon Do, Dance, Ballet, Ice Skating.

Adult Classes/Leagues/Activities: Basketball, Softball, Volleyball, Pet Obedience Training, Fashion/Cosmetics, First Aid, CPR, Downhill Skiing, Poker, Golf, Dance, Financial Planning, Arts & Crafts, Karate, Tae Kwon Do, Gardening, Fitness, Ice Skating.

Senior Adult Classes/Clubs/Services/Programs: Trips, Men's Group, Women's Group, Newsletter.

Special Needs: Physically Handicapped, Developmentally Delayed, Hearing-Impaired, Sight-Impaired.

Special Services: Adapted Materials, Adapted Equipment, Programs through the Northwest Special Recreation Association (NWSRA).

Other Services: Preschool, Child Care (School-age; After-school), Summer Day Camp.

 

Schaumburg Community Guide

Community Overview

Schaumburg is a village of about 75,400 29 miles northwest of downtown Chicago. Schaumburg has a mix of residential, industrial, and commercial development, including well-known Woodfield Mall. Recreational and cultural opportunities include an active Park District Program and the offerings of the Schaumburg Prairie Center for the Arts, located in the Municipal Center. Grade school-aged children attend district 54. District 211's Schaumburg High School serves secondary students. (See below for details on schools).

Transportation needs are served by area highways (I-355/North-South Tollway, I-90/Northwest Tollway), and major local roads (Woodfield Rd., Golf Rd.). Commuter service to downtown is provided by the Metra-Milwaukee District West Line (MD-W). Travel time to the downtown Chicago station is about 32 minutes (express). Local bus service is available from PACE and the village operates a dial-a-ride (DART) service that is handicapped-accessible. The RTA Travel Info. Number is 1-800-972-7000. Metra has schedule and ticket information online.

Important Phone Numbers:

City of Schaumburg: 847-895-4500 Village Profile NICOR: 1-888-642-6748 Commonwealth Edison: 1-800-334-7661 Ameritech (Phone): 1-800-244-4444 Fire and Police Dept. For emergencies, 911. Otherwise, 847-885-6300 (Fire), 847-882-3586 (Police) Schaumburg Public Library: 130 S. Roselle Road, 847-985-4000. Branches in Hanover Park and Hoffman Estates (1570 Irving Park Road, 630-372-7800, and 1890 Hassell Rd., 847-885-3511, respectively).

Good Shepherd Hospital: 847-831-9600 Hoffman Estates Medical Center: 847-843-2000

St. Joseph Hospital: 847-695-3200 Northwest Community Hospital: 847-259-1000 About Cities-Schaumburg

Real Estate Note: If you are looking to buy or sell a home, some local real estate offices are: Baird & Warner, 847-301-6868; Baird & Warner, 847-524-0001; Century 21 1st Class, 847-310-8700; Century 21 AAA Homes, 847-882-4855; Century 21 ABC Schiro, 847-985-9700; Century 21 Cambridge, 847-985-7800; Century 21 World Class, 1-800-331-1879; Coldwell Banker, 847-301-3100; ERA Callero & Catino, 847-310-9080 and Re/Max Suburban, 847-884-8870/847-985-7050.

Editor's Note: Public School Information comes from the state report cards, school district publications, and school district web sites.

Note: All ISAT & Prairie State Test Percentages are from the 2000/2001 school year.

Special Note: The ISAT and Prairie State Tests measure students against absolute standards in various subjects, rather than in relationship to each other. Scores are reported as Exceeding Standards, Meeting Standards, Below Standards, or "Academic Warning". ISAT test information is also available on the Illinois State Board of Education's web site.

Palatine Township High School District 211

1750 S Roselle Rd.

Palatine, IL 60067

847-359-3300

School System Statistics: See table below.

District-Wide Programs: Music Instruction, Band, Orchestra, Chorus, Computer Literacy, Hot Lunch Program, Sports, Counseling, Summer School, Extra-Curricular Activities, Gifted Program, Foreign Language (French, German, Spanish), Work-Study Program (auto mechanics, applied technology, distributive education, life & family studies, office education), Special Education, Art Instruction, P.E. Classes.

Academic Performance: Prairie State Test Percentages: See tables below.

Accreditation: Yes. State Department of Education, Regional Accrediting Agency.

Features: Gym(s), Music Room/Area, Library, Cafeteria, Art Room/Area, Outdoor Stadium/Arena, Computer(s)/Computer Lab(s).

Personnel: Teachers in academic curriculum areas, plus Art, Music, P.E., Special Education, Guidance, Social Work, Vocational Education.

Curriculum/Courses: Math, Science, English, Social Studies, Art, Music, P.E., Vocational Education.

Extras: Hot Lunch, Field Trips, Transportation, Summer School.

Extracurricular: Sports, Band, Orchestra, Theater/Drama, Chorus, School Clubs.

District Schools (Schaumburg only):

Schaumburg High School. 1100 W. Schaumburg Rd., Schaumburg, IL 60194, 847-882-5200.

School System Statistics

School Name

Grade Levels

Enrollment - School/District

Number of teachers (district)

District % teachers with Bach. Degree only

District % teachers with Master's & above Degree

District Ave. - Pupil/ Teacher Ratio

District Per-Pupil Cost

Schaumburg High

9-12

2,495

12,569

746

18.7

80.1

19.4:1

$11,847

Prairie State Table - Grade 11 (Reading, Math, Writing, Science, Social Science).

Palatine Distr. 211

Exceeds Standards

Meets Standards

Subjects

Reading

Math

Writing

Science

Social Studies

Reading

Math

Writing

Science

Social Studies

Statewide Percentages

12

9

9

11

15

46

45

50

39

43

District Percentages

15

15

14

15

22

53

54

58

49

49

School Percentages

Schaumburg High

15

11

13

12

23

53

59

59

53

49

Below Standards

Academic Warning

Subjects

Reading

Math

Writing

Science

Social Studies

Reading

Math

Writing

Science

Social Studies

State Percentages

34

37

35

38

33

8

9

6

12

9

District Percentages

27

27

26

30

25

5

4

3

6

4

School Percentages

Schaumburg High

27

27

25

30

25

5

3

3

5

3

Graduation Rate-%/ACT Average-Composite

Palatine District 211

95.3

22.5

Schaumburg High

91.8

22.1

Schaumburg School District 54

524 E. Schaumburg Rd.

Schaumburg, IL 60194

847-885-6700

School System Statistics: See table below.

District-Wide Programs: Foreign Language (Pilot after-school program at Collins School - paid for by parents, run by International Educational Systems - IES., - French, Spanish & Japanese offered.) Chorus, Orchestra, Band, Before & After-School Care, Art Instruction, PTA, Early Childhood, Music Instruction, P.E. Classes, Extra-Curricular Activities, Gifted Program, Partnership Programs, Counseling, Hot Lunch Program, Special Education, English as a Second Language (ESL), Computer Literacy.

Academic Performance: ISAT Test Percentages: See tables below.

Features: Gym(s), Music Room/Area, Art Room/Area, Cafeteria, Library, Auditorium/Stage, Computer(s)/Computer Lab(s), Outdoor Playground.

Personnel: Teachers in academic curriculum areas, plus Art, Special Education, Music, Social Work, Library, P.E., Gifted/Talented, Nurse.

Curriculum: Math, Science, Language Arts, Social Studies, Art, Music, P.E., Library.

Extras: Field Trips, Transportation, Hot Lunch, Before & After-School Care (Grades K-6). Before-School Care Sites: Armstrong, Blackwell, Dirksen, Campanelli, Churchill, Collins, Enders-Salk, Link, Muir, Hoover. After-School Care Sites - Aldrin, Armstrong, Blackwell, Campanelli, Churchill, Collins, Enders-Salk, Fairview, Muir, Stevenson. Bus Service provided to and from sites from the other elementary schools.

District Schools (Schaumburg only):

Jane Addams Junior High. 700 Springsguth Rd. Schaumburg, IL 60193, 847-307-2110.

Robert Frost Junior High. 320 W. Wise Rd., Schaumburg, IL 60193, 847-307-2120.

Helen Keller Junior High. 820 Bode Rd., Schaumburg, IL 60194, 847-885-6530.

Edwin Aldrin Elementary. 617 Boxwood Dr., Schaumburg, IL 60194, 847-307-2106.

Campanelli Elementary. 310 S. Springinsguth, Schaumburg, IL 60193, 847-307-2135.

Winston Churchill Elementary. 1520 Jones Rd., Schaumburg, IL 60195, 847-885-6752.

Collins Elementary. 407 S. Summit Dr., Schaumburg, IL 60193, 847-307-2155.

Everett Dirksen Elementary. 116 W. Beech, Schaumburg, IL 60193, 847-307-2142.

Thomas Dooley Elementary. 622 Norwood Lane, Schaumburg, IL 60193, 847-307-2116

Nathan Hale Elementary. 1300 W. Wise Rd., Schaumburg, IL 60193, 847-307-2140

J. Edgar Hoover Elementary. 315 N. Springinsguth Rd., Schaumburg, IL 60194, 847-885-6770.

Enders/Salk Elementary. 345 N. Salem Dr., Schaumburg, IL 60194, 847-885-6762.

Blackwell Elementary. 345 N. Walnut, Schaumburg, IL 60194, 847-885-6758.

Twinbrook School (Special Education). 1035 Ash Road, Hoffman Estates, IL 60195, 847-885-6725.

School System Statistics

School Name

Grade Levels

Enrollment - School/District

Number of teachers (district)

District % teachers with Bach. Degree only

District % teachers with Master's & above Degree

District Ave. - Pupil/ Teacher Ratio

District Per-Pupil Cost

Jane Addams Junior High

7-8

814

15,575

1,010

42.9

57.1

18.4:1

$8,678

Robert Frost Junior High

7-8

717

15,575

1,010

42.9

57.1

18.4:1

$8,678

Keller Junior High

7-8

617

15,575

1,010

42.9

57.1

18.4:1

$8,678

Edwin Aldrin Elementary

K-6

659

15,575

1,010

42.9

57.1

18.4:1

$8,678

Campanelli Elementary

K-6

556

15,575

1,010

42.9

57.1

18.4:1

$8,678

Churchill Elementary

K-6

529

15,575

1,010

42.9

57.1

18.4:1

$8,678

Collins Elementary

K-6

574

15,575

1,010

42.9

57.1

18.4:1

$8,678

Dirksen Elementary

K-6

421

15,575

1,010

42.9

57.1

18.4:1

$8,678

Dooley Elementary

K-6

434

15,575

1,010

42.9

57.1

18.4:1

$8,678

Hale Elementary

K-6

557

15,575

1,010

42.9

57.1

18.4:1

$8,678

Hoover Elementary

K-6

672

15,575

1,010

42.9

57.1

18.4:1

$8,678

Enders/Salk Elementary

K-6

530

15,575

1,010

42.9

57.1

18.4:1

$8,678

Blackwell Elementary

K-6

420

15,575

1,010

42.9

57.1

18.4:1

$8,678

ISAT Table - Grade 3 (Reading, Math, Writing), Grade 4 (Science, Social Science).

Schaumburg 54

Exceeds Standards

Meets Standards

Subjects

Reading

Math

Writing

Science

Social Studies

Reading

Math

Writing

Science

Social Studies

Statewide Percentages

19

28

3

11

6

43

46

55

54

55

District Percentages

27

44

7

10

6

50

45

64

67

68

School Percentages

Aldrin Elementary

23

33

2

11

5

50

49

68

65

74

Campanelli Elementary

19

31

0

4

5

49

59

36

76

72

Churchill Elementary

30

48

8

8

3

48

35

60

69

71

Collins Elementary

35

45

9

15

16

45

46

70

69

61

Dirksen Elementary

32

46

6

5

5

58

48

67

86

75

Dooley Elementary

25

38

5

22

15

48

56

61

54

58

Hale Elementary

19

49

4

9

16

67

43

68

79

70

Hoover Elementary

27

50

8

12

2

51

44

69

78

82

Enders/Salk Elementary

29

32

7

8

5

39

54

61

62

58

Blackwell Elementary

41

39

0

12

22

41

51

63

76

65

Below Standards

Academic Warning

Subjects

Reading

Math

Writing

Science

Social Studies

Reading

Math

Writing

Science

Social Studies

Statewide Percentages

31

18

33

26

28

7

8

9

8

11

District Percentages

20

9

25

20

22

3

2

4

2

3

School Percentages

Aldrin Elementary

23

16

25

24

21

5

1

5

0

0

Campanelli Elementary

17

10

51

16

16

15

0

14

4

7

Churchill Elementary

17

16

26

18

21

5

2

6

5

5

Collins Elementary

17

9

16

16

23

2

0

5

0

0

Dirksen Elementary

10

6

22

9

18

0

0

4

0

2

Dooley Elementary

20

7

30

21

23

7

0

5

3

3

Hale Elementary

12

6

27

11

12

1

3

1

1

2

Hoover Elementary

19

3

18

10

16

2

4

5

0

0

Enders/Salk Elementary

32

10

29

25

32

0

5

2

5

5

Blackwell Elementary

18

10

35

10

12

0

0

2

2

0

ISAT Table - Grade 5 (Reading, Math, Writing).

Schaumburg 54

Exceeds Standards

Meets Standards

Subjects

Reading

Math

Writing

Reading

Math

Writing

Statewide Percentages

25

6

12

34

55

58

District Percentages

33

11

20

38

68

62

School Percentages

Aldrin Elementary

35

13

7

33

66

68

Campanelli Elementary

21

7

7

43

58

63

Churchill Elementary

32

9

16

41

68

71

Collins Elementary

37

6

11

46

83

69

Dirksen Elementary

36

10

27

34

74

64

Dooley Elementary

33

23

11

46

57

54

Hale Elementary

43

8

33

39

77

59

Hoover Elementary

42

14

28

35

75

58

Enders/Salk Elementary

29

6

11

41

64

70

Blackwell Elementary

18

8

34

50

66

60

Below Standards

Academic Warning

Subjects

Reading

Math

Writing

Reading

Math

Writing

Statewide Percentages

40

34

27

1

4

4

District Percentages

28

20

17

1

2

1

School Percentages

Aldrin Elementary

32

21

25

1

0

0

Campanelli Elementary

36

31

30

0

3

0

Churchill Elementary

27

21

13

0

2

0

Collins Elementary

16

11

17

1

0

2

Dirksen Elementary

30

13

9

0

3

0

Dooley Elementary

21

19

33

0

0

2

Hale Elementary

17

16

8

0

0

0

Hoover Elementary

20

10

13

3

1

1

Enders/Salk Elementary

30

28

17

0

3

1

Blackwell Elementary

32

24

6

0

2

0

ISAT Table - Grade 7 (Science, Social Science), Grade 8 (Reading, Math, Writing).

Schaumburg 54

Exceeds Standards

Meets Standards

Subjects

Reading

Math

Writing

Science

Social Studies

Reading

Math

Writing

Science

Social Studies

Statewide Percentages

10

13

7

20

13

56

37

55

52

47

District Percentages

15

17

14

23

19

65

49

66

63

58

School Percentages

Addams Junior High

12

11

9

20

21

67

48

67

61

54

Frost Junior High

19

22

16

24

23

66

51

68

65

61

Keller Junior High

16

15

14

25

16

65

52

65

61

58

Below Standards

Academic Warning

Subjects

Reading

Math

Writing

Science

Social Studies

Reading

Math

Writing

Science

Social Studies

Statewide Percentages

34

42

32

17

38

1

7

6

11

2

District Percentages

19

31

18

11

23

0

3

2

4

0

School Percentages

Addams Junior High

20

36

22

12

25

0

4

2

6

0

Frost Junior High

14

25

14

9

16

1

2

2

2

0

Keller Junior High

19

30

19

11

26

0

3

2

4

0

Private Schools

Editor's Note: Annual tuition quoted in this table is for one child, Full-day Kindergarten (if available)/Grades 1-8 for Elementary Schools and Grades 9-12 for High Schools. For Catholic Schools, annual tuition quoted is for parishioners. For other denominations, annual tuition quoted is for members (whenever there is a difference between member/nonmember tuition). Any school with an asterisk (*) offers before- and/or after-school care. Private school information comes directly from the schools, by phone and/or mail, as well as from school web sites, when available. While we make a reasonable effort to maintain accuracy, we don't guarantee that all information is correct.

Name

Address

Phone

Grade Levels

Tuition

St. Peter Lutheran School*

208 E. Schaumburg Rd.

847-885-7636

PreK - 8th.

$2400

Schaumburg Christian School*

200 N. Roselle Rd.

847-885-3230

PreK - 12th.

$2120 (gr. 1-8)

Comprehensive school listings are available in our off-line publication School's In-Chicago.

Child Care & Preschool Programs

Editor's Note: Tuition quoted is the weekly rate for full-time care. Codes in parenthesis: I for Infant, T for Toddler, 2 for Age 2, P for Preschool (Ages 2-5 or 3-5), K for Kindergarten, SA for school-age. For part-time preschool programs (2, 3, or 5 mornings or afternoons per week), the tuition quoted is monthly, with 2x, 3x, or 5x in parenthesis to indicate the number of days per week for each program. Child Care and Preschool information comes directly from the centers and preschools, by phone and/or mail. While we make a reasonable effort to maintain accuracy, we don't guarantee that all information is correct. For any categories that are blank, please call the center for that information.

Name

Address

Phone

Ages Enrolled

Hours

Tuition

Children's World

2350 Bode Rd.

847-884-0810

6 weeks to 12

6:30 - 6:00

$161 (I), $141 (T), $131 (2)

KinderCare

1122 Westover Lane.

847-529-8787

6 weeks to 12

6:00 - 6:00

$143 (I)

Prince of Peace Lutheran Preschool

930 W. Higgins Rd.

847-885-7036

3 to 5

9:00 - 2:45

 

Greentree at Schaumburg Corp. Center

1501 Woodfield Rd., Ste. 105 S.

847-619-2722

6 weeks to 7

7:00 - 6:00

$677-$1,012. Monthly rates.

Home Away From Home Day Care Center

1833 W. Golf Rd.

847-843-1040

6 weeks to 5

6:30 - 6:00

 

La Petite Academy

651 Windsor Dr.

847-985-6776

6 weeks to 12

6:00 - 6:00

$147 (I), $130 (Ts), $116 (2), $112 (P), $95 (K), $69 (SA, before- & after-school), $52 (SA, after-school), $99 (SA, summer)

Bode Preschool & Child Care Center

946 Bode Rd.

847-885-1256

2 to 12

6:30 - 6:00

$54 - $95

Christian Corner Children's Center

1600 W. Schaumburg Rd.

847-882-9034

2 to 6

6:30 - 6:00

 

Children's World

650 W. Wise Rd.

847-894-1950

6 weeks to 12

6:30 - 6:00

$198 (I), $175 (T), $162 (2), $144 (P, K), $120 (K, Before or After), $90 (SA)

Creative Beginnings Preschool

1451 Bode Rd.

847-885-1988

3 to 5

9:15 - 3:15

$124 (2x); $186 (3x)

St. John Lutheran Preschool

1800 Rodenburg Rd.

847-524-5328

3 to 5

 

$675/$850, age 3/age 4.

KinderCare

653 Windsor Dr.

847-985-7470

6 weeks to 12

6:00 - 6:00

 

Kiddie Kollege - Twinbrook Family YMCA

300 W. Wise Rd.

847-891-9622

3 to 5

9:00 - 11:15

Basic Membership/Full-Privilege: $74/$102 (2x); $94/$120 (3x)

Kasper School-Aged Child Care Program - Twinbrook Family YMCA

300 W. Wise Rd.

847-891-9622

6 to 12

9:00 -6:00

$50.78 (3 days AM); $79.80 (5 days AM); $151.62 (5 days PM); $99.54 (3 days PM), $115 (school breaks). Sliding scale fees to families who qualify.

Acarath Montessori

22 Kristin Dr.

847-397-0111

2 1/2 - 6

7:00 - 6:00

$560 (monthly)

Community Child Care Center of Schaumburg/Hoffman Estates

701 E. Schaumburg Rd.

847-985-8130

6 weeks to 6

7:00 - 6:00

$195 (I, T, 2-2 1/2); $145 (P)

Kindercare

2601 N. Quentin Rd.

847-397-0799

 

6:30 - 6:30

 

Comprehensive child care and preschool listings are available in our off-line publication Child Care Connections.

Editor's Note: Recreation Information is obtained from the recreation program's brochures or catalogs (Park District, YMCA, etc.).

Recreation

Schaumburg Park District

235 E. Beech Dr.

Schaumburg, IL 60193

847-985-2115

Equipment/Physical Features: Outdoor Playground(s), Swimming Pool(s), Tennis Court(s), Track, Ice Rink(s), Sports Fields, Gym(s).

Parent/Tot & Children's Classes/Leagues/Camps: Reading/Stories, Music, Cooking, Arts & Crafts, Fitness, Foreign Language (French & Spanish), Baton & Pom Pon, Sign Language (13 years & up), Sewing, Fashion/Appearance, First Aid/CPR, Babysitting, Ballet, Dance, Gymnastics, Theater, Piano, Golf, Swimming, Volleyball, Hockey, Soccer, Basketball, Roller Skating, Karate, Tae Kwon Do, Tennis, Racquetball, Baseball, Ice Skating.

Adult Classes/Leagues/Activities: Fashion/Appearance, CPR, Pet Obedience Training, Women's Self-Defense, Financial Planning, Yoga, Tai Chi Chuan, Piano, Acting, Arts & Crafts, Golf, Swimming, Basketball, Roller Skating, Volleyball, Karate, Tae Kwon Do, Tennis, Dance, Fitness, Racquetball, Ice Skating.

Senior Adult Classes/Clubs/Services/Programs: Fitness, Bridge, Bowling, Pinochle, Pool, Chess, Shuffleboard, Ping Pong, Bocci Ball, Horseshoes, Library, Board Games, Crafts, Canasta, Poker, Movies, Men's Group, Women's Group, Driving, Transportation, Health Clinic, Organ, Line Dancing, Counseling, Legal Aid, Trips, Tours, Speakers, Golf.

Special Needs: Physically Handicapped, Developmentally Delayed, Hearing-Impaired, Sight-Impaired.

Special Services: Adapted Materials, Remedial Help, Adapted Equipment, Member of Northwest Special Recreation Association (NWSRA), located at 3000 W. Central Rd., Ste. 205 in Rolling Meadows, 847-392-2848.

Other Services: Preschool, Child Care.

Twinbrook Family YMCA

300 W. Wise Rd.

Schaumburg, IL 60193

847-891-9622

Equipment/Physical Features: Swimming Pool(s), Gym(s), Outdoor Playground(s), Basketball Court(s).

Parent/Tot & Children's Classes/Leagues/Camps: Swimming, Arts & Crafts, Music, Reading/Stories, Gymnastics, Fitness, Basketball, Volleyball, Hockey, Tae Kwon Do, Roller Hockey, T-Ball/Ragball, Soccer.

Adult Classes/Leagues/Activities: Swimming, Fitness.

Senior Adult Classes/Clubs/Services/Programs: Fitness.

Other Services: Preschool, Child Care (School-aged Programs & Babysitting-Komfort Zone, for children ages 6 months to 6 years while their parents attend class. Komfort Zone is open Mon.-Sat. mornings and Mon.-Thurs. eves. until 8:45. First 2 hours per visit are free for full-privilege family members and single parent family members, then the cost is $1.50 per hour).


 

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