The Village of Prairie Grove offers many educational facilities,
places of worship, community activities and small to medium
businesses. Please click on the links above for information.
The Village extends to our residents an opportunity to advertise for non-for-profit special events. Please click here to review our Public Flyer Policy and application.
Prairie Grove shares grade school education with District 46 and 47.
Depending on where you live, students may be in either district.
However, the junior high programs stay within the elementary school
district. Rarely will the student be educated in one district and
sent to the other for middle school. District 155 is the dedicated
public high school district. Three high Schools are located in
Crystal Lake and one in Cary. Numerous private schools are available
as well.....and a Community Junior College, Columbia College(4 year)
and Webster (graduate) schools are within the area.
Most denominations have a church within the community or nearby.
Major religions are detailed within the worship link. Those with web
sites have their names highlighted as links for your convenience.
Boating, Club Soccer, Traveling Baseball and Softball as well as
park district activities abound.
Business and Industry
There are few companies within the Village limits. One, Terra Cotta
Industries, is highlighted for your convenience. Others exist and
will be added to the web site as their names become available.
For more information on Prairie Grove and other businesses in McHenry County, please Click Here to access The McHenry County Business List online!
McHenry County Historical Society
Organized in November 1963 as a not-for-profit corporation, the Historical Society's mission is to provide the methods and means of presenting McHenry County History to enrich life.
Besides operating the museum, the Society plaques historic sites and structures, holds adult workshops and classes, makes available traveling exhibits and arranges a wide variety of school and other group programs. Funding for the Society comes from membership dues, admission fees, donations and a trust fund. Your support through membership is always welcomed.
Please Click Here to access the Historical Society's website.