Schools

Berwyn’s children are served by two public school districts, Districts North Berwyn School District 98 and South Berwyn School District 100, which administer the city’s nine elementary schools and three middle schools. Both districts are committed to providing a quality education and preparing children for the demands of high school and a future that entails increasingly sophisticated IT and computer-driven technologies.

Berwyn is also home to a public high school and community college, to serve the needs of our future leaders.

  • DISTRICT 100

    South Berwyn District 100 is a mission driven organization. The mission of District 100 is to create inclusive learning environments where students take ownership of their academic and personal growth, embrace diversity, and strive to be positive influencers in our changing world.

    Within District 100, there are six elementary schools and two middle schools serving the families of South Berwyn.

  • DISTRICT 98

    Berwyn North School District 98 offers educational enrichment from early education through eight grade in three elementary schools and one middle school. District 98 is dedicated to achieving personal, academic and civic potential of each student. In preparing students for the future, District 98 offers language arts to ensure students are fluent in at least two languages and technology courses to prepare students for careers of the future.

  • MORTON WEST HIGH SCHOOL

    Berwyn’s public high school offering numerous curricular and extra-curricular activities. Morton West High School offers a rigorous and competitive Honors and Advanced Placement Program along with over 26 Varsity sports and over 20 Co-Curricular clubs and activities.

    Our graduates are finding success at some of our nation’s toughest universities and colleges. Morton West High School is committed to each and every student that walks through our doors and we invite you to come and check out why, “WE ARE MORTON.”

  • MORTON COLLEGE

    Founded in 1924, Morton College is the second oldest community college in the state of Illinois. Morton College offers an extraordinary variety of programs and courses to help students achieve their academic, professional, and personal goals.

    At Morton College, students can obtain an Associate Degree or a career certificate. We also offer comprehensive English as a Second Language (ESL), and Adult Basic Education (ABE) and General Educational Development (GED) courses to enhance employment marketability.