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St. Florian School

St. Florian School is a coeducational private Catholic traditional school for students in grades Kindergarten through 8.

Institution Type: Private Setting: Urban


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St. Florian provides each student with a Catholic education in all areas. The faculty and school families join the parish staff and fellow parishioners to form a living Catholic faith community. St. Florian school population is multicultural and fosters sensitivity to the needs of all. We promote the students burning desire for learning. Through education, service, support, formation and challenge, the students are called to realize their potential spiritually, socially, and intellectually. St. Florian is fully certified by the State of Illinois and the Archdiocese of Chicago providing a Roman Catholic environment focused on educating the whole child mind, body, and soul.


Preschool/Kindergarten: Our preschool/Kindergarten program operates full day from 7:45 a.m.-2:35 p.m. Students work on learning developmental skills, alphabet, math, reading, religion, art, and science through interactive and creative teaching styles. The advantage of multi-age grouping is that students have the opportunity to work with children younger or older than themselves, while still mixing socially with children their own age.

Across our elementary grades, (first-fourth and in Kindergarten) students are exposed to many interesting learning opportunities. In classrooms, SuperKids is taught. SuperKids is a Reading program based on the Common Core educational standards. Throughout the program, students have the opportunity to read, share, write about, and wholly exhibit their Reading comprehension and fluency. Our Reading series is supplemented with students reading and creating small projects based on picture books and chapter books (grade level appropriate,) as well as an online Reading program known as RazzKids.

Students in grades PK-5 also focus on Mathematics from the EnvisionMath series. Teachers incorporate Mathletics (an online Mathematics hub) to coincide with the topics they learn in class across all grade levels. The 7th and 8th grade Mathematics curriculum centers on the teaching of PreAlgebra and Algebra.

Middle School Language Arts is based on teaching Common Core standards. Our English teacher works with technology to incorporate learning online, writing, and comprehension. One of the ways our Language Arts teacher makes sure students are reaching the Common Core is by working on Units that coincide with chapter books. Another was is using Interactive Storyboards that students can create from online sources and that exemplify what the students have learned on a particular topic.

This year St. Florian School received an energy grant known as ESP: Energizing Student Potential. Students will be learning about energy, it's best uses, which will eventually lead to an energy fair in April. Additionally, in their knowledge acquisition, students have the opportunity to work on a myriad of hands-on activities, not only because of the energy unit.

Social Studies throughout the grade levels varies. We have many different opportunities for students to learn about history and geography. Our Middle School History teacher uses technology to create research based projects.

Mission Statement

"A loving, Catholic, academic community nurturing an education of the whole person through STEM activities, technology, athletics, and character development."




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Academic Calendar: Quarter

Students and Faculty

Students and Faculty

Enrollment Data

Total Enrollment 126
Enrollment By Grade
Grade Number of Students
Pre-K 16
Kindergarten 9
1 18
2 4
3 14
4 9
5 15
6 18
7 13
8 10

St. Florian School's relatively even enrollment profile may offer insights into student retention rates, local population changes, real estate costs, and the accessibility of alternative educational options. to find out more about the specific factors influencing St. Florian School's enrollment numbers.

Student Teacher Ratio 15 : 1
Gender 42% Male / 58% Female
Dress Code Uniform
Student Diversity
Percentage of Student Body
White 44%
Hispanic/Latino 43%


Our facilities are a mecca for nearby schools. Here, schools from around the far south side and south suburban areas come to play both boy's basketball and girl's basketball. Our female Blazers begin their season in the Fall, while our male Blazers season runs through winter and into the beginning of Spring. We also offer opportunities for girls to play volleyball beginning in grade 3 in grade 3. St. Florian also has a committed girls cheerleading squad. The squad begins at the Kindergarten level and is available up to 8th grade. The cheerleading team cheers during our boys' basketball season. Dancing With Class - This year for the first time ever, we will be offering STEM based Dancing with Class. Students will learn several ballroom dancing steps and utilize those in a competition against other Catholic Schools. Student Choir - Mr. Michael Williams, the music teacher of St. Florian, runs choir on Wednesdays afterschool. Students in grades 3-8 participate in various choral events around the City of Chicago.

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