70% of students at Saint Patrick High School participate in at least one activity outside of the classroom. We believe that an important part of a student’s high school experience is participation in activities of personal interest and development. Extra-curricular activities provide a means through which students may pursue excellence and achieve distinction while developing a sense of community within the school.
Grounded by faith. Rooted in tradition. Strengthened by brotherhood.
Our diverse student body consists of young men from across the Chicagoland area. Saint Patrick welcomes students of different ethnic and economic backgrounds, varying academic abilities and religious beliefs. Together, we are Shamrocks.
Saint Patrick High School is pleased to provide transportation to our families in the mornings before school with pick-up locations scattered throughout the city and surrounding suburbs. We also offer a discounted Student Ventra card which allows students to ride CTA buses and the “L” train at a reduced rate.
The young men at Saint Patrick High School are encouraged to use all parts of our campus to their advantage. From the student dining center to the health and wellness center, there are many spots for students to explore their interests and build lasting relationships on our grounds.
Students have an opportunity for spiritual growth through the Saint Patrick Retreat Program. Freshmen and Sophomores participate in a one-day, in-house retreat, facilitated by a retreat director, teachers, and peers while Juniors and Seniors embark on an overnight experience to deepen their faith and relationship with God.
The safety and security of students is our top priority. With a newly-installed camera system and on-site security in place each school day, 5900 West Belmont is equipped for the young men of our school to thrive in a secure environment.
The Giovannetti Health and Wellness Center is designed to assist our physical education program and student athletes with becoming the healthiest version of themselves through strength and conditioning programs designed by a Division I college strength professional.
The power of human connections is something that can’t be overlooked. Investing time in making connection with your students will pay off in the future.”