Local Schools

O’Fallon is known throughout the region for its excellence in education at all levels. Our students consistently score above average in state testing. There are two public elementary school districts:Central District 104 and District 90. The Central School District, serving 600 students, consists of kindergarten through eighth grade, while District 90 serves more than 3,200 students, also kindergarten through eighth grade. The community has three private schools, seven elementary schools, three middle schools and two campuses of O’Fallon Township High School District 203, which is ranked one of the best in the country by the U.S. Department of Education, serving 2,500 students.

(618) 632-3666
District 90 Web Site, which includes links to Delores Moye, J.E. Hinchcliffe, Sr., Laverna Evans, Estelle Kampmeyer, & Marie Schaefer Elementary Schools, Amelia V. Carriel Junior High School & Edward A. Fulton Junior High School
(618) 632-6336
Central School for grades K-8
309 Hartman Lane
(618) 632-3507
O'Fallon Township High School for grades 9-12
600 S. Smiley St.
(618) 632-6327
214 W. Third St
(618) 345-9571
111 S. 2nd Street
Caseyville, IL 62232
(618) 726-6040
1111 Hwy 50
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