The availability of high quality educational opportunities is a significant aspect of community life in Lisle. Fortunately, Lisle is served by a plethora of excellent institutions providing education to students from early childhood through graduate studies.
A number of daycare centers and nursery schools are located throughout Lisle. The centers plan a curriculum that strengthens a child’s learning and social skills, while at the same time providing childcare for working parents.
Lisle residents are served by four public school districts, as well as a number of private and parochial schools, which all offer a top-notch education to those enrolled. Lisle Community Unit School District 202 operates four facilities in the community, all of which are dedicated to providing area students with the finest in pre-K through 12th grade schooling. Institutions comprising the district include Tate Woods Elementary School (pre-K-2nd grade), Schiesher Elementary School (3rd-5th grade), Lisle Junior High School and Lisle High School.
Further school districts serving Lisle include Naperville Community Unit District 203, Community High School District 99 of Downers Grove and Woodridge School District 68.
Alternatives to the public school route can be accessed through St. Joan of Arc Elementary School and Benet Academy, each situated within Lisle. Both institutions fulfill the needs of families who are looking for quality private or parochial educational experiences for their children.
Students and residents of all ages are afforded a wealth of educational materials, resources, activities and programs that appeal to a variety of interests through the Lisle Library District, located at 777 Front Street. Today, the library houses more than 200,000 books, plus a substantial collection of magazines, newspapers, audio tapes, CDs, video tapes and DVDs.