Faith

As children grow, they have many questions… about the world, their own identities, powers greater than themselves, and their relationship with God. What do you want your child to believe?

Focus

Individual attention, and the discipline and order that keep children safe, help children focus on what matters. What do you want your child to focus on?

Achievement

Focusing on test scores has changed the way many schools teach students these days. In the Catholic schools, we take tests seriously, but we know they are only one measure of success. What do you want your child to learn?

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An Open Letter from Cardinal George Regarding Schools

October 29, 2014

The Archdiocese of Chicago educates more than 82,000 Chicago area children in 240 elementary and high schools. Forming children in our Catholic faith and educating them to be responsible future adults have long been important ministries of the Catholic Church.

Information and resources for families experiencing school reconfiguration and closures

Congratulations to Sr. Mary Paul

Congratulations to Archdiocese of Chicago Catholic Schools Superintendent, Sr. Mary Paul McCaughey, OP, on receiving The Joseph Cardinal Bernardin "In Service of One Another" Catholic Humanitarian Award. She will be honored on Thursday evening at the Mundelein Seminary Golf Outing and Dinner.

U.S. Department of Education Names Eight Archdiocesan Schools As Blue Ribbon Schools Most Decorated School System In The Country

Thursday, October 02, 2014

Chicago, IL (October 1, 2014) – Eight Catholic Schools in the Archdiocese of Chicago will be among the 337 schools from across the country to receive Blue Ribbon School Awards at a ceremony hosted by the U.S. Department of Education in Washington, D.C., on November 10 and 11. These schools include:

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