Geography: Sauk Village is 7 1/2 square miles in the Southeast corner of Cook County stretching from Steger Road to Route 30 and from Burnham Avenue to Cottage Grove Avenue. Surrounded by forest preserves and farmland and is approximately 25 miles south of Chicago's loop.


The Sauk Village Community is rich in support and enthusiasm for our educational mission. The district itself is arranged in grade level attendance centers with prekindergarten through second graders attending Wagoner Elementary, third through fifth graders attending Strassburg Elementary, and sixth through eighth graders attending Rickover Junior High School. When students leave the school district after eighth grade they are served by Bloom Trail High School in District 206.

The community's enthusiasm is matched by a professional staff serving the educational and special service needs of our approximately 1700 culturally diverse students. The faculty has an average of fifteen years teaching experience and over 26% of our teachers have advanced degrees. At the elementary level we have a 20:1 teacher to student ratio.

Our curriculum is closely aligned with the Illinois State Standard and technology is integrated into the curriculum. We are a "one-to-one" district with each student having their own assigned device and each building having fast Wi-Fi internet access available.


Community Consolidated Schools District 168 is located in Sauk Village, Illinois, about six miles south of Interstate 80 and just east of Route 394, along Sauk Trail.