Residency Policy

  • Naperville District 203 provides a free and appropriate education to its resident students.        
                    
    The Board of Education policy, which is aligned to Illinois School Code, dictates that a student must establish residence within the school district's boundaries in order to attend a District 203 school. The District requires proof of residence and legal custody.

    Tuition paying students will not be accepted, with the exception of a student whose family plans on moving into the District within 60 calendar days after the date that the student first attends school in the District. The daily rate is $88.00 per day, per child K-12 for 2018-2019.

    A signed sales contract or lease agreement must be presented. Tuition will be payable monthly, in advance, with the first month's tuition being due by the first day of attendance by the student in the District and the second month's tuition being due by the first day of the second month of attendance by the student in the District.

    If the non-resident student becomes a bona fide resident in less than 60 days following the date that the student first attends school in District 203, a pro-rated reimbursement of any non-resident tuition paid to the District will be reimbursed to the parents/guardians of the student.

    At the time of enrollment, the parents/guardians of the student must present appropriate evidence of the plans to move into the District (signed sales contract or lease agreement) and agree to immediately withdraw the student in the event that the student has not become a resident within 60 calendar days of the first day of attendance by the student in the District. The student will not be allowed to re-enroll following withdrawal until such time as the student becomes a bona fide resident of the District.