Sycamore Community Unit School District 427
North Elementary School…………… 815-899-8209
North Grove Elementary School…… 815-899-8124
Southeast Elementary School……… 815-899-8219
West Elementary School…………… 815-899-8199
South Prairie Elementary School….. 815-899-8299
Sycamore Middle School…………… 815-899-8170
Sycamore High School……………… 815-899-8160
Cornerstone Christian Academy
355 North Cross Street
Sycamore, Illinois 60178
St. Mary’s School of Sycamore
222 Waterman Street
Sycamore, Illinois 60178
21193 Malta Road
Malta, Illinois 60150
President: Dr. Laurie Borowicz
Kishwaukee College is a fully accredited, comprehensive two-year undergraduate institution comprised of a single 120 acre campus located just west of Malta and within sight of Northern Illinois University. The Higher Learning Commission (HLC) re-accredited the college through the next Reaffirmation of Accreditation cycle in 2028-2029.
Northern Illinois University
1425 W. Lincoln Hwy.
DeKalb, Illinois 60115
President: Dr. Lisa Freeman
Northern Illinois University is a 754 acre university located on the west side of DeKalb. Northern is one of the largest universities in Illinois with fall, 1998 enrollment of about 22,473. It is also DeKalb County’s largest employer with faculty, staff and civil service employees numbering roughly 3,500.
Sycamore Public Library
Joiner History Room
1730 N. Main St. (Located in the DeKalb County History Center)
Sycamore, IL 60178
The Joiner History Room is a cooperative effort of the DeKalb County Board, County Judiciary, County Clerk’s office, County Central Plant, County Sesquicentennial Committee, County Historical & Genealogical Society and DeKalb County citizens concerned with safeguarding their heritage as represented by the historical documents in the collection. The Joiner History Room is not a museum, but an archive for researchers. Our historical materials date back to the hand written minutes of the first session of the county commissioners in 1837. As there has never been a fire to destroy any of the county’s valuable historical files, they have been meticulously preserved to meet the needs of today’s and tomorrow’s researchers. The collection includes among other things civil war papers, newspaper files and numerous boxes of manuscript materials. If you should require information regarding one of the townships, the involvement of DeKalb County’s sons in the civil war, tax assessments over the years, or other information, the joiner history room is much needed repository for historians.
The room is open to the public and records are available for inspection. Researchers are welcome.