27 W. Stephenson Street Freeport, IL 61032
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Orangeville Community Unit School District #203

Orangeville CUSD 203 LogoSuperintendent: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
310 South East Street
Orangeville, IL 61060
Phone: (815) 789-4450
Website: www.orangevillecusd.com

School Details

Orangeville C.U.S.D. #203 is a K-12 district with an Elementary school and a Jr./Sr. High School. Orangeville is located 3 miles south of the Wisconsin border between Freeport and Monroe, WI.

Orangeville Elementary School is located at 310 S. East Street and houses students in grades Pre K-6. The elementary school has a gymnasium, cafeteria, library and a technology room. The curriculum in grades K-6 stresses the basics of reading and mathematics and uses the self-contained classroom as the mode of delivery. Small class sizes and this year's emphasis on differentiation of instruction and mapping of the curriculum should enrich the K-6 curriculum to an even greater extent. Physical education is taught by a specialist.

Orangeville Jr./Sr. High School is located at 201 S. Orange Street and housed grades 7-12. The high school has a cafeteria, industrial arts and agriculture area, a gymnasium and a library. The grounds include a football field and 2 baseball diamonds. The students in grades 7-8 and 9-12 experience a traditional junior high and high school curriculum. Band and choir are imbedded in the schedule for grades 7-12. The high school offers electives in every discipline and also offers a full program in Agriculture. Seniors may also apply to take advanced classes at Highland Community College.

The District runs its own transportation service and cooperates with other area districts for special transportation needs.

Both the elementary building and the high school building belong to the National School Lunch Program and offer food cooked at each site.

Related Links

For more information, visit the Orangeville Community Unit School District #203 website.
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Workforce Ready Statistics

THE NATIONAL CAREER READINESS CERTIFICATE (NCRC)

The National Career Readiness Certificate (NCRC) is an industry-recognized, portable, evidence-based credential that certifies essential skills needed for workplace success. With the NCRC earned prior to graduation, the student is able to work with educators toward career readiness preparation programs with the confidence they have met the job applicant requirements many employers are looking for. The NCRC provides the individual a differentiator in the job applicant process allowing them to stand out from candidates not having this credential. They will be able to gain employment and begin developing their career path sooner. Over 76 businesses in the area support NCRC.

CERTIFICATE OF EMPLOYABILITY (COE)

Students have qualified to receive Certificate of Employability recognition, have met criteria in the areas of Academic Achievement (including Grade Point Average and Work Keys scores), Attendance, and Attitude. The Certificate has been developed in partnership with the Freeport Area Mid-Sized Manufacturers Council and has been endorsed by several business and industry organizations. The recipients will be able to refer to the Certificate in seeking employment region wide.

 

 

Contact Us

27 W. Stephenson Street
Freeport, IL 61032
Phone: 815-233-1356
Fax: 815-235-4038
email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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