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  • Briar Glen Elementary School

    The mission of Briar Glen School is to attain the highest levels of learning, customer satisfaction, and resource utilization through the continuous improvement of school operational systems....

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  • City Of Wheaton

    A glimpse into the unique history of the Wheaton community should begin with the introduction of its visionary founders, Erastus Gary and Jesse and Warren Wheaton. The three traveled west from the New England area and laid claim to hundreds of acres of land in northeastern...

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  • Aldersgate United Methodist Church

    The Methodist Church was founded by John Wesley, an Anglican Minister. Following a difficult and discouraging mission trip to America, he questioned his faith. In 1738, at the age of 34, John Wesley attended an evening worship service in London which moved him deeply. In his...

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  • Bethel Presbyterian Church

    Vision:With gratitude to God for his sovereign grace which he has richly bestowed upon us in Jesus Christ through the Holy Spirit and in dependence upon his enabling grace to be faithful stewards of the gospel entrusted to us, we hereby declare that our vision for Bethel is:...

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  • Blanchard Road Alliance Church

    Our Mission Forming a people through Christ to glorify Him everywhere. Our statement of mission captures four different aspects of our purpose: What We Do We work with God to form a people that are God's very own, not merely individuals but a people connected with...

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  • Sandburg Elementary School

    Mission Statement Our mission is to inspire, educate, challenge, and support alll students to reach their higest level of learning and personal development. Vision Statement Our vision is to be an exemplary, student-focued school district that is highly regarded for the c...

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  • Community Unit School District 200

    Vision Statement : Our vision is to be an exemplary, student-focused school district that is highly regarded for the competence and character of our students and the excellence of our people, programs, and learning environment. Mission Statement : Our mission is to ins...

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  • DuPage County Government

    Located just 20 miles west of Chicago, DuPage County has been one of the most dynamic growth centers in northeastern Illinois. DuPage County is one of nine Illinois counties comprising the Chicago Primary Metropolitan Statistical Area (PMSA). The PMSA classification is defin...

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  • Edison Middle School
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  • Emerson Elementary School

    Emerson students SOAR by: S-Staying Safe O-Being On Time and staying On Task A-Accepting Responsibility R-Respecting Self, Others and Property...

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  • Faith Evangelical Covenant Church

    Faith Covenant is a member congregation of the Evangelical Covenant Church of America. This denomination, with its headquarters in Chicago, is known through its churches, institutions, and agencies such as North Park University and Theological Seminary, Swedish Covenant Hosp...

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  • First Presbyterian Church of Wheaton

    Vision Statement At First Presbyterian Church of Wheaton, we are called to be the body of Christ striving to: • Celebrate God’s grace and love • Be transformed by Christ’s love • Extend the love of the Holy Spirit to all Mission Statement: ...

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  • Forest Preserve District of DuPage County

    History The Forest Preserve District of DuPage County was established in 1915 when voters cast ballots to protect against the removal of woodlands. For the first year of operation, $8,000 was appropriated to create, manage and maintain the new forest preserve. County superv...

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  • Franklin Middle School

    Franklin's Mission The faculty of Franklin Middle School is committed to providing an educational program which encourages the development of independent, productive, accountable, life-long learners....

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  • Hawthorne Elementary School

    Hawthorne Elementary School is affectionately called "The Little School with the Big Heart." The nearly 330 students, along with the staff and volunteers at our school share a love of learning and commitment to caring. The Hawthorne Way In a continuing effort t...

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  • Hope Presbyterian Church of Wheaton
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  • Hubble Middle School
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  • Jefferson Preschool

    To provide children with a learning environment and the varied experiences which help them develop socially, intellectually, physically, and emotionally in a manner appropriate to their age and stage of development. To select instructional objectives and curricula appropr...

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  • Lincoln Elementary School

    Lincoln Elementary School History : Lincoln School was built in 1956 and named after our 16th president, Abraham Lincoln. In 2000-01, Community Unit School District 200 renovated, as well as added an addition to the building. This addition provided four new classrooms, thre...

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  • Longfellow Elementary School

    Longfellow Elementary School is proud to be part of Inspiring Excellence in Wheaton-Warrenville Community School District 200.  Our school is a nationally recognized 2007 Blue Ribbon School!  Longfellow School is a kindergarten through fifth grade building, rich in...

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  • Lowell Elementary School

    Our Mission: The Lowell Elementary School Community will provide a nurturning environment that provides the roots for lifelong learning. - Develop involved, responsible learners. - Celebrate our cultural diversity and individuality. - Create a safe environment conducive to...

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  • Madison Elementary School

    The Mission of Madison School The Madison School staff is dedicated to leading our students to become independent, responsible, life-long learners who are able to work cooperatively, live productively, and adapt in our ever-changing world. The students at Madison School w...

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  • Monroe Middle School

    James Howard Monroe Middle school was named after Medal of Honor recipient James Monroe, who received the Medal of Honor posthumously in 1968....

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  • Saint Michael Catholic Church

    Our Parish Mission Statement : We, the Roman Catholic community of St. Michael Parish in Wheaton, are called to be a light to our city and world. Cherishing the traditions of our faith, we gather as the living body of Christ to celebrate God’s love and forgiveness, ...

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  • St. Daniel the Prophet Catholic Church
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  • Saint John Lutheran Church

    The mission of St. John Lutheran Church is to proclaim salvation through Christ Jesus, to nurture believers in their faith and to equip them for ministry in His kingdom, here in Wheaton and throughout the world, through the power of the Holy Spirit to the Glory of God the Fa...

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  • St. John Lutheran School

    St. John Lutheran Church and School provides a Christ-centered atmosphere ministering to the whole child through quality academic programs integrated with God’s Word, supporting parents in the nurture and training of their children for Christian living, doing all to th...

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  • Trinity Episcopal Church

    Trinity Church in downtown Wheaton is in the Diocese of Chicago, and The Diocese of Chicago is a part of the Episcopal Church. In turn, the Episcopal Church is affiliated with the world-wide Anglican Communion. (This includes the Church of England, the Church of Canada, and ...

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  • Washington Elementary School

    Washington Elementary School, located at the corner of President and Bridle Lane in Wheaton, serves about 400 students in kindergarten through fifth grade. We serve students from parts of Wheaton and Carol Stream. Our purpose, in collaboration with parents and our community,...

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  • Wheaton Bible Church

    History 1929-1933 In June of 1929 a group of 160 people signed a charter to form a new independent church called the Wheaton College Interdenominational Church. The church met on the campus of Wheaton College. This was just before the stock market crashed and at the fro...

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Wheaton, Illinois. Population for Wheaton from the last gathering is 55416. You can view Wheaton venues that host many Wheaton IL events every year.

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Wheaton Illinois has a latitude of 41.8608 and a longitude of -88.1128. View the full profile

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