Oswego Community Unit School District 308 Transportation Departm 100 Plank Rd, Oswego, IL60543 The Oswego Community Unit School District 308 Transportation Department is located in a trailer behind Oswego High…More School and includes parking for dozens of district school buses. The department schedules and coordinates transportation times and routes for all the district's stuents. Parents with questions about transportation needs can contact the department.
PrairieFest Park 91 Plank Drive, Oswego, IL60543 A home to youth soccer fields for most of the year, PrairieFest Park is the 29-acre setting of the yearly Oswego…More PrairieFest. Held Father's Day weekend, the festival includes concerts by major names, a carnival and merchant tents. PrairieFest Park is leased from Oswego Community Unit School District 308 and is adjacent to Oswego High School. Restrooms are located throughout the area.
Oswego East Dental Associates 1768 Douglas Rd, Oswego, IL60543 Oswego East Dental Associates is a comprehensive general dentistry practice. It offers cleanings, preventative care,…More tooth grinding prevention, fillings, restorations, implants, dentures, root canals, braces and more. Oswego East Dental Associates is led by Dr. Phuoc T. Vuong, a graduate of Tufts University School of Dental Medicine.
Oswego High School 4250 State Route 71, Oswego, IL60543 The smaller of Oswego Community Unit School District 308's two high schools, Oswego High School beats the state's…More average graduation rate by nearly five percent with 93.3 percent earning their diplomas. The district completed a 2.5-year renovation project on the school built in the fall of 2010. Small classes made way for larger rooms and large amounts of natural light now fill the school. Upgrades were made to the school's technological and mechanic workings as well.
Oswego East High School 1525 Harvey Rd, Oswego, IL60543 Built in 2004, Oswego East High School is home to 2,157 students and has a graduation rate of 93.2 percent (as of 2010).…More The school draws students from Montgomery, Aurora, Oswego and Plainfield and was built during a large enrollment increase in the early to mid-2000s. The school's construction has proven insufficient to hold all the district's students, however, and a third high school is planned for the district in the coming years.