Central Cusd 301 School District

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There are 7 public schools managed by Central Cusd 301 School District serving 3,524 students in Burlington, IL.
Minority enrollment is 28% of the student body (majority Hispanic), which is less than the Illinois state average of 50%.
The student:teacher ratio of 10:1 is less than the state average of 13:1.

Central Cusd 301 School District

  • School Location Students Grades
  • BurlingtonCentral High School
    1 Negative Reviews
    44w625 Plato Rd
    BurlingtonIL 60109
    (847)464-6030
    1090 students | Gr. 9-12                      
  • BurlingtonCentral Middle School
    44w303 Plato Rd
    BurlingtonIL 60109
    (847)464-6000
    250 students | Gr. 8                      
  • ElginCountry Trails Elementary School
    3701 Highland Woods Blvd
    ElginIL 60124
    (841)717-8000
    528 students | Gr. KG-5                      
  • BurlingtonHoward B Thomas Grade School
    44w575 Plato Rd
    BurlingtonIL 60109
    (847)464-6008
    319 students | Gr. PK-5                      
  • Maple ParkLily Lake Grade School
    5n720 Il Route 47
    Maple ParkIL 60151
    (847)464-6011
    178 students | Gr. KG-5                      
  • ElginPrairie Knolls Middle School
    225 Nesler Rd
    ElginIL 60124
    (847)717-8100
    533 students | Gr. 6-7                      
  • ElginPrairie View Grade School
    10n630 Nesler Rd
    ElginIL 60124
    (847)464-6014
    626 students | Gr. KG-5                      
Overview
Central Cusd 301 School District (IL) District Average
# of Students 528 students 595 students
# of Teachers 48 Teacher(s) 100 Teacher(s)
Student : Teacher Ratio 11:1 6:1
# of Male Students 267 students 370 students
% Male Students 51.8% 55.1%
# of Female Students 799 students 791 students
% Female Students 48.2% 45.0%
Students by Ethnicity:
# of American Indian Students 2 students 14 students
% American Indian Students
0.6% 2.2%
# of Asian Students 51 students 119 students
% Asian Students
6.4% 15.0%
# of Hispanic Students 67 students 337 students
% Hispanic Students
13.8% 41.1%
# of Black Students 16 students 273 students
% Black Students
3.0% 39.7%
# of White Students 364 students 409 students
% White Students
73.2% 52.9%
# of Two or more races Students 9 students 57 students
% of Two or more races Students
1.4% 8.1%
# of Hawaiian Students 1 students 10 students
% of Hawaiian Students
0.2% 1.4%
 
Diversity Score
The chance that two students selected at random would be members of a different ethnic group. Scored from 0 to 1, a diversity score closer to 1 indicates a more diverse student body.
0.43 0.30
Students by Grade:
# of Students in Pre-Kindergarten: 4 students 101 students
# of Students in Kindergarten: 39 students 103 students
# of Students in 1st Grade: 34 students 98 students
# of Students in 2nd Grade: 49 students 98 students
# of Students in 3rd Grade: 46 students 102 students
# of Students in 4th Grade: 52 students 102 students
# of Students in 5th Grade: 58 students 114 students
# of Students in 6th Grade: 257 students 165 students
# of Students in 7th Grade: 269 students 178 students
# of Students in 8th Grade: 3 students 177 students
# of Students in 9th Grade: 270 students 244 students
# of Students in 10th Grade: 295 students 248 students
# of Students in 11th Grade: 243 students 234 students
# of Students in 12th Grade: 282 students 241 students
# of Ungraded Students: n/a n/a
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