Early Learning Center
Director of Teaching & Learning: Carla Johnson, Ed.D. | Secretary: Kathy Lopez
Oswego Community Unit School District 308 is pleased to provide its secondary students with approximately 300 high school and 130 junior high school courses in its course catalog (please see below). Information regarding the core curriculum for secondary students can be found within the curriculum maps.
Curriculum Renewal Cycle
At the Secondary Level, each academic content area of our Curriculum is reviewed, evaluated and renewed on a prescribed cycle every five years. Included in the cycle are five distinct phases of development and implementation including intensive research and data-driven monitoring. This extensive process ensures that our curriculum is current with the learning standards, relevant to the world outside our school walls and competitive with that of the other districts of excellence.
Oswego Community Unit School District 308 recognizes that technology plays an increasingly important role in our society and continues to redefine what it means to be educated. Read more
English Language Learners Program
Providing Opportunities for Students to Acquire English as a Second Language. Read more
Junior High Honors Program
Oswego Works for Literacy
Recognizing that students need reading comprehension support in grades 6-12, Oswego District 308 has instituted this instructional plan to address their needs. Language arts teachers with teach the skills directly, and content teachers will use the skills to access concepts. This plan is based on materials and instruction provided by Gretchen Courtney and Associates. Read more
SEED - Student Experiential Education Development
The Oswego School District 308 has taken a new approach to its Experiential Education Program. In the past, students visited the Kendall County Outdoor Education Center. Due to rising costs and the growth of the school district, the program is now run through the school district. Read more
Testing at 308
Oswego Community Schools are committed to educating students to their highest level of academic performance. One way the school district supports sound decision-making for school improvement as well as planning for the needs of individual students is through the collection and analysis of test data. Read more