Naperville is home to two highly-rated public school districts and several higher education institutions with primary or satellite campuses. Naperville's two public school systems are Community Unit School District 203 and Indian Prairie School District 204.
Naperville Community Unit School District 203 has 1 early childhood center, 14 elementary schools, 5 junior high schools, and 2 high schools. A list of feeder schools from elementary to high schools can be found here. Naperville Central High School and Naperville North High School have been ranked among the best high schools in the state of Illinois by U.S. News and World Report. Naperville 203 serves portions of Naperville, Bolingbrook, and Lisle. All but two of the district's facilities are within Naperville's city limits.
Indian Prairie School District 204 includes 1 preschool, 21 elementary schools, 7 middle schools, 3 high schools, and 1 alternative high school. U.S. News and World Report has ranked two of the district's high schools, Metea Valley and Waubonsie Valley, among the best high schools in Illinois. The fourth largest school district in the state, Indian Prairie includes parts of Naperville, Aurora, Bolingbrook, and Plainfield.
College of DuPage is the second largest provider of undergraduate education in Illinois, after the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign. A two-year community college with a main campus in Glen Ellyn, College of DuPage maintains satellite campuses in Naperville, Addison, Carol Stream, and Westmont. The Naperville Center offers courses, a Learning Commons, and a computer lab open to students and community members.
Located on a 65-acre campus in downtown Naperville, North Central College is a private liberal arts college affiliated with the United Methodist Church. North Central College offers more than 70 undergraduate majors, minors, and programs organized in four undergraduate college and schools: the College of Arts and Sciences, the School of Business and Entrepreneurship, the School of Education and Health Sciences, and Shimer Great Books School. Masters programs are offered through the School of Graduate and Professional Studies.
With a main campus in DeKalb, Northern Illinois University maintains a satellite center in Naperville. The NIU Naperville Center provides evening and weekend courses as well as professional development and conference space.