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Husmann Elementary School
131 W Paddock St, Crystal Lake, IL 60014
Husmann Elementary offers kindergarten through fifth grade. Founded in 1884, the school was originally named UnionMore School and served both Crystal Lake and Nunda. After Crystal Lake and Nunda united in the early 1900s, the school was renamed Central Elementary School. In 1985, the school was renamed John L. Husmann Elementary School in honor of a retiring principal who served District 47 for 35 years.
St Thomas the Apostle School
265 King St, Crystal Lake, IL 60014

St. Thomas the Apostle School opened its doors in September of 1927 after Libby Reynolds donated the land for theMore school and church. In 1958 more land was added and a second school opened next to the original building. In the 1990s, the two schools were combined after the City of Crystal Lake donated part of King St. At this time a new gymnasium, a science lab and a music room were added.

The Catholic school offers full-time pre-school through 8th grade, and now hosts approximately 400 students. The school also offers a number of extra-curricular activities, including school plays, student council, music classes and athletic teams, which compete as part of the Northwest Suburban Catholic Conference.

Cary School District 26
2115 Crystal Lake Rd, Cary, IL 60013
District 26 is composed of five public schools: four elementary schools (Prairie Hill, Briargate, Deer Path and ThreeMore Oaks) and one junior high school (Cary Junior High School). Teachers in all schools are certified, experienced and dedicated to all the students. From kindergarten through 8th grade, the average class ranges from 20-27 students. Additionally, 75.2% of teachers have a masters degree or above.
Canterbury Elementary School
875 Canterbury Dr, Crystal Lake, IL 60014
The eighth school to be added to District 47, Canterbury Elementary School opened its doors in the fall of 1971. TheMore school was opened with the idea of focusing on team teaching. The school tries to teach to the individual student rather than the student body as a whole. To do this, the school uses programs such as Dual Language, Extended Curriculum, Special Education, and Speech. Extra-curriculars such as band, reading programs and art shows are offered.
Faith Lutheran High School
174 S McHenry Ave, Crystal Lake, IL 60014
Faith Lutheran High School, founded in 2003, is a private, Lutheran school. Its curriculum includes AP and college-levelMore courses. Faith Lutheran High School also offers extra-curricular activities, including sports, drama, student publications and music.
Prairie Grove School District 46
3223 Il Route 176, Crystal Lake, IL 60014
Prairie Grove School District 46 is composed of two schools housing approximately 1,000 students. Prairie GroveMore Elementary serves students from kindergarten through fifth grade. This school employs more than 60 staff members and offers a number of activities such as Spanish, Young Rembrandts and Mad Science. Prairie Grove Junior High School serves students from sixth to eighth grades. The school offers a number of extracurricular activities such as drama, newspaper and choir. The Panthers compete in a variety of sports including basketball, volleyball, track & field, soccer and cheerleading. Victor Wight is the principal of the elementary school and Chad May is the principal of the junior high.
Three Oaks Elementary School
1514 3 Oaks Rd, Cary, IL 60013

Three Oaks Elementary School, part of the Cary School District, serves about 415 students in kindergarten throughMore fourth grade. Students here study core subjects of math, social studies, science and language arts, but also have music, physical education and art classes. Internet access is available to students and staff.

The school is located on Three Oaks Road, next to the Cary Public Library and close to Cary Grove High School and Cary Grove Park. It is within walking distance to many major Cary subdivisions, and walking paths provide easy access from many of these neighborhoods to the school.

Three Oaks School has been given "exempt" status based on its performance on the Illinois State Assessment Program for the past five years.

Students here start school at 8:45am and are dismissed at 2:30pm. Students who live more than 1.5 miles from the school are provided bus service.

The school's mission is to "provide Three Oaks students with the knowledge and skills they will need in leading productive lives and to foster an enthusiasm for learning."

South Elementary School
601 Golf Rd, Crystal Lake, IL 60014

South Elementary School serves about 400 students from kindergarten to fifth grade. Built in 1952 on 11 acres ofMore land, the school sits adjacent to Dole Mansion.

The school holds three SEDOM hearing-impaired classrooms for instruction for deaf and hard-of-hearing students. South School offers a number of extra-curricular activities, including band, an art club, a bike rodeo and spelling and geography bees. Mary Katzler currently serves as principal.

Indian Prairie Elementary School
651 Village Rd, Crystal Lake, IL 60014

Located on a beautiful open campus, Indian Prairie Elementary School serves students from kindergarten to fifthMore grade.

The entrance of the school reminds visitors of early school houses with Indian Prairie's antique school bell. Indian Prairieoffers a number of extracurriculars including band, spelling bees, reading programs and art shows.

 

SS. Peter and Paul School
414 1st St, Cary, IL 60013

Saints Peter & Paul Catholic School is an elementary school serving children in kindergartenMore through the 8th grade in Cary, Illinois. It is accredited by the state of Illinois and is a member of the Diocese of Rockford. Founded in 1929, SS. Peter & Paul School is designed to contribute to the total development of the child: spiritually, academically, socially and physically. More than half of the teachers at the school have a masters degree and at least 19 years of experience.

 

Immanuel Lutheran School
300 S Pathway Ct, Crystal Lake, IL 60014

Immanuel Lutheran School, who opened its doors over 125 years ago, aims to give students a religion-based education.More The school now offers a new chapter in its history, through the opening of its new school off of Route 14 on Pathway Court. Serving students from preschool to eighth grade, the school combines education, religion, and extra-curricular activities to provide each student with the best opportunity to succeed while offering a private education and enjoyable experience. The school offers athletics, including boys and girls basketball, volleyball and track.

 

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