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St. Gregory High School

St. Gregory High School is a coeducational private Catholic school for students in grades 9 through 12.

Institution Type: Private Setting: Urban

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Overview

St. Gregory High School says

St. Gregory, a Catholic, co-educational high school, defines the task it has chosen to accomplish: "to provide students of diverse academic, ethnic, and religious backgrounds a secure environment in which they can experience quality education that equips them with the skills needed to become contributing members of society, and to accomplish this in an atmosphere that encourages respect and fosters human values." St. Gregory High School opened in 1937 as the first co-ed Catholic high school in the Archdiocese. It has always been one of Chicagos smaller Catholic high schools. It is a school where faith based education, mission, family , inclusive, respect and individual attention have always been key values that best describe the attitude and environment a student, parent or parishioner will find within its halls and classrooms. In the early years SGHS was primarily a neighborhood school and the homes surrounding the school were teeming with students at both the elementary and high school levels. As the times and neighborhood have changed so has the high school. Today SGHS is home to a culturally, economically, academically and religiously diverse student body. An inspired faculty team continually seeks opportunities to utilize those differences to abolish intolerance and build bridges to respect and understanding. St. Gregory, a Catholic, co-educational high school, defines the task it has chosen to accomplish: "to provide students of diverse academic, ethnic, and religious backgrounds a secure environment in which they can experience quality education that equips them with the skills needed to become contributing members of society, and to accomplish this in an atmosphere that encourages respect and fosters human values." St. Gregory High School opened in 1937 as the first co-ed Catholic high school in the Archdiocese. It has always been one of Chicagos smaller Catholic high schools. It is a school where faith based education, mission, family , inclusive, respect and individual attention have always been key values that best describe the attitude and environment a student, parent or parishioner will find within its halls and classrooms. In the early years SGHS was primarily a neighborhood school and the homes surrounding the school were teeming with students at both the elementary and high school levels. As the times and neighborhood have changed so has the high school. Today SGHS is home to a culturally, economically, academically and religiously diverse student body. An inspired faculty team continually seeks opportunities to utilize those differences to abolish intolerance and build bridges to respect and understanding.

Finance

Finance

Private schools, including parochial and boarding, are funded through tuition and fees. The cost varies from school to school, but most families pay tuition to attend them. Many private schools offer financial aid or discounts, so it's worthwhile to ask about these options.

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Admissions
Phone
  (773) 907-2100

Students and Faculty

Students and Faculty

Enrollment Data

Total Enrollment 95
Enrollment By Grade
Grade Number of Students
9 19
10 27
11 23
12 26

St. Gregory High 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. Gregory High School's enrollment numbers.

Student Teacher Ratio 11 : 1
Gender 63% Male / 37% Female
Student Diversity
Percentage of Student Body
White 9%
Multi-racial 5%
Hispanic/Latino 18%
Black or African American 36%
Asian 37%

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