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Fast Facts

Elmhurst Community Unit School District 205 (Pre-K through Grade 12):

  •  Was formed in 1974
  • Supports the needs of all students, including At-Risk Pre-K, Special Education/Gifted & Talented and English Language Learners
  • Encompasses the majority of the Elmhurst Community and portions of Oak Brook, Addison and Bensenville
  • Serves approximately 8,000 Students

Statistics from the
2016-2017 District 205 Illinois State Report Card

Fast Facts about Elmhurst Schools

 

Achievement

    Staff   
Average SAT Score (Class of 2016) ELA 582.4   Total Number of Employees 1,160
Average SAT Score (Class of 2016) Math
580.2   Total Number of Teachers 570
State SAT Average ELA 511.5   Teachers With Advanced Degrees 63%
State SAT Average Math 504.4   National Board Certified Teachers 21
         
Budget        
Overall $121,927,937      
Per Pupil Expenditure $13,860   Student Population  
State Average Per Pupil Expenditure $12,973   Total Students 8,499
      White 73.5%
Building Operations     Black 2.1%
Total Square Feet of Building Space 1,586,681   Hispanic 15.1%
Total Acres of Property 105.6   Asian 5.6%
      Pacific Islander 0.1%
      American Indian 0.1%
      Two or More Races 3.5%
         
Facilities     Attendance Rate  
District Administration Center 1   Attendance Rate 96%
High Schools 1   State Attendance Rate 94%
Middle Schools 3   Low Income Rate 15.7%
Elementary Schools 8   State Low Income Rate 50%
Early Childhood/Preschool 1   English Learners 6.5%
Transition Program 1   State English Learners 11%
      High School Drop Out Rate 0.1%
Food Service     State High School Drop Out Rate 2.0%
Meals Served Annually 387,151   Mobility Rate 3.0%
Students Eligible for Free/Reduced Meals 14.38%   State Mobility Rate 7%
State Average 50.2%      
      Transportation  
Graduates     Regular Education Routes 62
Number of 2017 Graduates 611   Number of Regular Route Miles 146,987
High School Graduation Rate 96%   Special Education Route Miles 379,042
State Graduation Rate 87%