From early childhood through graduation, Burlington Community School District strives to create a rich learning environment and diverse opportunities that have a profoundly positive impact on each student’s adult quality of life.

BCSD serves approximately 3,200 preschool through 12th-grade students across nine campuses — one early childhood center that houses childcare and preschool programming, four K-4 elementary buildings, one intermediate school for grades 5-6, one middle school for grades 7-8, one high school, and a K-12 hybrid virtual program. 

Our buildings are second to none in Southeast Iowa. The early childhood center and each of the elementary buildings has either been built or modernized since 2000, when the district underwent its newer and fewer initiative, our intermediate and middle schools were built in 2011 and 2012, and Burlington High School is undergoing a $35 million renovation project that includes state-of-the-art science labs, a new weight room, and modernized classrooms.

Corse Early Childhood Center

Corse Early Childhood Center
Located at 711 S. Leebrick St., Corse houses our 3- and 4-year-old preschool programs, as well as childcare for children ages 0-4.

Black Hawk Elementary School

Black Hawk Elementary School
Black Hawk Elementary School is located at 2804 S. 14th St. and is one of four K-4 elementary buildings in the district.

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Grimes Elementary School
Located at 800 South St., Grimes serves kindergarten through fourth grade students.

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North Hill Elementary School
North Hill is located at 825 N. Ninth St. and serves kindergarten through fourth grade students.

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Sunnyside Elementary School
Located at 2040 Sunnyside Ave., Sunnyside is our northernmost K-4 building.

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Aldo Leopold Intermediate School
Aldo serves all of our fifth- and sixth-grade students and is named for famed conservationist Aldo Leopold.

Edward Stone Middle School

Edward Stone Middle School
Edward Stone serves our seventh- and eighth-graders. It was built in 2012 and is named for that late Dr. Edward Stone, an American space scientist, physicist, and former director of NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory.

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Burlington High School
BHS serves our ninth- through 12th-grade students. It offers 12 Career & Technical Education pathways, more than 25 college-level and AP courses, numerous sports teams, and more than 25 clubs. It currently is undergoing a major renovation project.

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VIBE Virtual Learning Program
VIBE provides virtual education for kindergarten through 12th-graders with in-person opportunities.