Our mission is to provide financial support for innovative educational projects not ordinarily available through the districts’ operating budgets.
The PIE Foundation supports four public school districts in DuPage County, Illinois. Together these districts include two large high schools, four middle schools and fifteen elementary schools. Combined, these schools serve more than 12,000 students, from pre-kindergarten through high school. They employ more than 700 teachers, administrators, and support staff.
|District||No. of Schools||Students|
|Addison School District 4||9||4,260|
|School District 45, DuPage County||8||3,429|
|Salt Creek School District 48||3||548|
|DuPage High School District 88||2||4,072|
The boundaries of the School Districts supported by PIE encompass a number of communities within DuPage County. Included are all or portions of the following municipalities: Addison, Bensenville, Elmhurst, Itasca, Lombard, Oak Brook, Oakbrook Terrace, Villa Park, and Wood Dale. Also included are a number of unincorporated sections of DuPage County.
Addison School District 4 is an elementary school district with nine schools, including seven elementary schools:
One middle school:
And one preschool:
School District 45, DuPage County is an elementary school district with eight schools, including six elementary schools:
And two middle schools:
Salt Creek School District 48 is an elementary school district with three schools, including two elementary schools:
And one middle school:
DuPage High School District 88 is a high school district. The district contains two high schools: