St. Patricia School is called by God and the Catholic community to provide a quality Catholic education for its students by:
- Providing a strong, religious program and a challenging academic environment that fosters the development of each child.
- Complementing the role of the family in nurturing a strong sense of self-worth in the child who then will be prepared to meet the challenges of the present and the future.
- Encouraging positive spiritual, moral, aesthetic, ethical and social sensibilities within the fabric of family, school, parish and community.
ST. PATRICIA SCHOOL PHILOSOPHY
St. Patricia Catholic School is concerned with the development of the whole child, religious, moral, social, academic and physical. The goal is to create a quality Catholic educational community in which students see themselves as unique individuals receiving from and contributing to this community in preparation for their role as mature Catholic adults. In order to provide an environment conducive to the learning process, a partnership with the parents/guardians is welcomed and encouraged.
Together we model Gospel values with an emphasis on peace and justice that assures our students unique opportunities to reach the gift of their potential in response to their Baptismal call Students strive to achieve a love of God, a sense of Church and a realization of self-worth through active participation in the Liturgy, appreciation of Scriptures, a respect for others, and a basic understanding of global issues.
ACCREDITATION AND RECOGNITION
St. Patricia School has received full accreditation from the Office of Catholic Education of the Archdiocese of Chicago. St. Patricia School has received full recognition from the Illinois State Board of Education.