Danville School District 118 Schools:
- Danville High School (Grades 9-12)
- Kenneth D. Bailey Academy (Alternative Learning Academy)
- North Ridge Middle School (Grades 7-8)
- South View Upper Elementary School (Grades 5-6)
- Six elementary schools
- Edison Elementary School
- Liberty Elementary School
- Mark Denman Elementary School
- Meade Park Elementary School
- Northeast Elementary Magnet School
- Southwest Elementary School
CLICK HERE to view the elementary boundary map.The Dr. David L. Fields Administrative Service Center is located at 110 East Williams Street and houses the:
The Jackson Building located at 516 North Jackson Street houses the:
- Board of Education Meetings
- Offices of the Superintendent and Assistant Superintendents
- Business & Finance Department
- Food Service Department
- Human Resources Department
- Curriculum Department
- Educational Support Programs Department
- Special Education Department
- Student Records Office
The Jackson Annex located at 615 North Jackson Street houses the:
- Building & Grounds Department
The District's Warehouse is located at 131 North Jackson Street and also houses the:
- Technology Department
Vision of Danville School District 118
We envision Danville Community Consolidated School District No. 118 as an open, safe and caring school district for students, employees, parents, non-parents and community members. Additionally, we envision a diverse school district, free of bias, prejudice and fear, where all students and teachers utilize their skills to achieve the highest standards of excellence. We see a school district that is actively supported by parents, non-parents and the business community.
We envision the academic achievement of our students, regardless of race, ethnicity, gender or social-economic status, as the highest in the state. We perceive our graduates as being highly successful in higher education, in the workforce and in social and civic endeavors.
We envision our employees as willingly participating in the decision-making process of the school district, and the Board of Education and administration encouraging and supporting that involvement.
We envision high community satisfaction, as reflected in intensive voluntary involvement of parents, non-parents, the business community and the community-at-large in all aspects of the teaching and learning process. We perceive our district celebrating the diversity of opinions as a positive influence on the future success of the schools.