Batavia Public School District 101's headquarters is located at the Rosalie M. Jones Administration Center. The…More district's administrators, including the superintendent, work out of the center. The Batavia Board of Education meetings are also held at this location.
The center was named after former Batavia School Board President and member Rosalie Jones. It opened in 2002 on the former site of the Batavia Public Library in downtown Batavia.
The district includes six elementary schools, one middle school and one high school. The district covers about 20 square miles and was formed in 1911 when the separate eastside and westside Batavia school districts combined into one.
Batavia High School 1201 Main St, Batavia, IL60510 Batavia High School is located on Batavia's west side between Wilson and Main streets. It offers multiple…More honors-level and Advanced Placement classes in topics such as math, science and English.
About 89 percent of the school's graduates in 2009 went to attend a two-year or four-year college, according to the school's web site.
In 2008, the school began a multi-year expansion of its current building.
Immanuel Lutheran School 950 Hart Rd, Batavia, IL60510 Immanuel Lutheran School is accredited by National Lutheran Schools Accreditation and recognized by the State of…More Illinois. Its curriculum meets or exceeds all State of Illinois Goals for Education. Preschool teachers meet or exceed education standards set by the Illinois Department of Children and Family Services, grade school teachers are certified, and all incorporate Christian precepts into their classes. Preschool programs begin at age two and the day school offers classes for students in kindergarten through eighth grade.
Alice Gustafson Elementary School 905 Carlisle Rd, Batavia, IL60510 Alice Gustafson Elementary School was merely a hallway of classes when in opened in 1957 on Batavia's west side. Since…More then it has received four additions and houses the district's Early Childhood Center. The center serves children ages 3 to 5 with an identified developmental disability. The school was named after longtime Batavia teacher and principal Alice Gustafson.