Welcome to Naperville

Naperville (approx. pop. 145,000) is located 28 miles west of Chicago. A vibrant, thriving city, it consistently ranks as a top community in the nation in which to live, raise children and retire. In 2014, the Wall Street Journal ranked Naperville #19 in its “50 Best Cities to Live In” list; in 2013, Kiplinger ranked it #1 on its list of best cities for early retirement; in 2006, Money ranked it the second-best place to live in the country. Its historic district, which is on the National Register of Historic Places, comprises 600+ buildings. Residents enjoy world-class parks, diverse worship options, acclaimed schools, the best public library system in the country, an array of healthcare options, and an exceptionally low crime rate.

Quick Facts

Population

147,682

Female

74,389

Male

71,400

  • White
    107,956
    73.1%
  • Hispanic
    8,861
    6.0%
  • Asian alone
    26,287
    17.8%
  • Black
    7,384
    5.0%
Median Home Price

$ 421,400

Average Income

$110,676

Median resident age

38 years

Naperville Schools

SchoolGradesSchool LevelState Ranking/# of SchoolsStudent/Teacher Ratio
All Saints Catholic AcademyPK-8Private–: –/–13.6
Ann Reid Early Childhood CenterPK-PKElementary–: –/–
Arlene Welch Elementary SchoolK-5Elementary2017: 291/206417.3
Beebe Elementary SchoolK-5Elementary2017: 335/206414.4
Bethany Lutheran SchoolPK-8Private–: –/–12.3
Brookdale Elementary SchoolK-5Elementary2017: 334/206416.4
Calvary Christian SchoolK-8Private–: –/–11.5
Chesterbrook AcademyK-5Private–: –/–12.5
Chesterbrook Academy Elementary SchoolK-5Private–: –/–6.8
Clifford Crone Middle School6-8Middle2017: 65/130416.1
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