St. Monica Academy
is dedicated to the whole mind, body and soul of our students with focuses on:
Sacramental Preparation * Integrated Gospel and Environmental Stewardship Education * Common Core Standards Based SEEDS Curriculum * Response to Intervention Program (RtI) * Wireless Computer Lab * State of the Art Science Lab *Extended Day Care * After School Math Tutoring * Young Rembrandts Art Program * Year Book * Talent Show * Christmas Program * Band * Student Council * School Newspaper * Scouts * Basketball * Volleyball * Baseball * Softball * Cross Country * Track * Soccer * Altar Servers * Choir * Annual 5K

Founded in 1950, St. Monica School was awarded academy status to become St. Monica Academy in August 2007. This designation by the Archdiocese of Chicago recognizes a ground-breaking educational initiative by St. Monica Academy and the world-renowned Chicago Botanic Garden, who have partnered to create Student Environmental and Development Studies (SEEDS).

St. Monica Academy students thrive in a Catholic educational setting that fosters creativity, instills strong moral values, encourages independent thinking and prepares them to claim their place as stewards of God's creation.


Annual Report 2013-2014


Ethnicity/Racial Background                       

Native American

1

Asian

30

Hispanic

47

Black Non-Hispanic

0

White Non-Hispanic

273

Bi-Racial

19


  • Total Enrollment:  370                      
  • Grade Levels: Preschool – 8th Grade