ATTENTION ALUMNI of all our westside schools: Saint Agatha Catholic Academy, Our Lady of the Westside, St. Agatha School, Precious Blood School, and Blessed Sacrament School. Please let us know your contact information. Find a pdf form under Alumni above. Also, visit the alumni Facebook page. There is a link to that above, also.
Today this takes the form of providing excellent educational opportunities for children. Catholic elementary school graduates in the Archdiocese go on to graduate from high school at a rate of 98%, whereas CPS students graduate at the rate of 53%. 95% in the Catholic schools go on to college. Our graduation rate at St. Agatha is 100%. Faith is the light that guides our lives. It certainly did so for Dr. King. We want you to help your children reach the dream of opportunity through education.
Check out the annual Archdiocesan Schools Report by clicking on Dr. King's photo: http://schools.archchicago.org/annualreport/
As a Catholic faith community serving families and children in Chicago, Saint Agatha Catholic Academy develops lifelong learners through spiritual, intellectual, physical, and social guidance in a loving, caring environment. We cherish each child as a unique gift of God with different needs and interests. Together with faculty, staff, parents, the faith community of Saint Agatha Parish and other educational partners, we are committed to developing students who will be strong academically, morally upright, and who will serve God, family and the community.
If students do not have sufficient hours of sleep they are likely to be inattentive during classes.
3-6 years old: 10-12 hours per day.
7-12 years old: 10-11 hours per day.
13-14 years old: 8-9 hours per day.
Students are engaged with interactive technology!
Students enjoy Art!
Please recycle laptops, notebooks, cell phones, laser and inkjet cartridges, MPA players, PDAs, tablets and eReaders . THANK YOU for considering donating the items. The profits will be used for our Tech Fund.
Problem Solving many ways!
My daughter's vocabulary has developed and progresses day-by-day. She has a richer understanding of God and she utilizes that in every aspect of her life, including her treatment of others and her classmates. Field trips have taught her about her culture and the world around her. She is always attempting to tell others about her school.
- Ms. Davidson, Parent