Under the direction of the Congregation of Christian Brothers, Brother Rice High School has educated young men since its inception in 1956. Sharing the charism of our founder, Blessed Edmund Rice, the faculty and staff work each day to instill the mission of Edmund through the Essential Elements of a Christian Brother Education. Brother Rice High School is proud to partner with parents in the community who wish to provide their sons with an exemplary, faith-based education. Brother Rice High School was recognized by ACT as one of only 382 high schools across the country, and one of two high schools in the city of Chicago, that met the ACT's exacting criteria for rigorous core courses.
Brother Rice High School presents its profile of those competencies and traits each student will ideally possess
at the time of his graduation. These are goals for which Brother Rice High School strives, while acknowledging
that all students may not fully achieve all the levels of growth described herein during their four years of high
RELIGIOUS PROFILE OF THE BROTHER RICE STUDENT
Upon graduation a Brother Rice Student will...
1. have the skills to effect positive change spiritually, morally, socially, and culturally in his environment.
2. continue to live a faith-centered life through habits of prayer, worship, evangelization, and service.
3. recognize the dignity of each person, respecting cultural and religious pluralism in society.
4. “Act Manfully in Christ Jesus.”
COGNITIVE PROFILE OF THE BROTHER RICE STUDENT
Upon graduation a Brother Rice student will...
1. be a logical and critical thinker.
2. be able to communicate effectively.
3. be technologically literate.
4. have an understanding of the Catholic faith.
5. be academically prepared for postsecondary education.
6. recognize that he is a lifelong learner.
7. be prepared to live a productive life in a changing world.
We, the family of Brother Rice High School, are a diverse, Catholic Christian community, committed to preparing young men for college and for the process of life-long learning. We educate young men to act manfully in Christ Jesus and to deal wisely with their world in the tradition of the Christian Brothers and the charism of Blessed Edmund Ignatius Rice.
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