Indian Prairie School District 204, commonly abbreviated as IPSD, serves approximately 27,400 students across the Illinois communities of Aurora, Bolingbrook, Plainfield, and Naperville, spanning DuPage and Will counties. The district encompasses a diverse educational landscape, including one preschool, twenty-one elementary schools, seven middle schools, four high schools, and one alternative high school. Within Naperville and Aurora, there are thirty-one District 204 schools, with an additional school located in Bolingbrook.

Established in 1972, IPSD was formed through the consolidation of Wheatland Elementary District 40, Elementary District 90, and Indian Plains Elementary District 182. Initially, the district operated as a Kindergarten through 8th Grade (K-8) entity, with students transitioning to Naperville Central High School for 9th through 12th grades until the construction of Waubonsie Valley High School in 1975. Throughout the 1990s, IPSD underwent significant growth, opening eleven new buildings across all levels of primary and secondary education. Notably, Neuqua Valley High School joined the district's roster in 1997.

Continuing to address the region's educational needs, IPSD expanded further in the early 2000s. Two additional elementary schools were established in 2001-2002, followed by another in 2007. In response to overpopulation concerns at existing high schools, Metea Valley High School was introduced in 2009, providing relief to Neuqua Valley High School and Waubonsie Valley High School. This ongoing evolution reflects IPSD's commitment to serving its diverse student population while adapting to changing community demographics and educational demands.


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