St. Patrick Catholic School exists to provide a Catholic Christian faith community in which each child is uniquely given the opportunity for optimal spiritual, intellectual, emotional, social, and physical development. Our teaching mission allows our students to grow as life-long learners, effective communicators, and responsible citizens.
Catholic Faith Foundation School
St. Patrick Catholic School is a Catholic Faith Foundation school for students in preschool through eighth grade, located in St. Charles, Illinois.
In 2011, we expanded our facility to two campuses — Crane Road (Grades K-8) and Downtown (Preschool) to accommodate our growing community. Our rigorous academics are enriched by our state-of-the-art library learning center, high-tech computer lab, art room, and modern science lab. After school, students are encouraged to participate in extracurricular clubs and athletic programs.
Prospective families are welcome to contact the school office to schedule a tour and to receive more information.
Families interest in Grades K-8, please contact Mrs. Scurte at the Crane Road campus.
Families interest in Preschool, please contact Mrs. Day, Preschool Director, at the Downtown campus.
School Welcome Brochure
St. Patrick Catholic School is a school rich in tradition, dedicated to faith and
family. Our environment is nurturing, supportive, and continues to grow
through the contributions of our faculty, staff, and families. Our goal is to
develop faithful life long learners.
Scholarship for Prospective Families
The State of Illinois “Invest in Kids Act”, is a program that offers scholarships which have the potential to cover up to 100 percent of tuition next year.
St. Patrick Catholic School is dedicated to the spiritual, intellectual, social and physical development of the child through its educational ministry. We believe in providing the proper atmosphere where our message of Christian values concerning family, school and faith community may grow and become active influences in our world.
This is a serious commitment that can only be realized by dedication and productive work on the part of the faculty, education commission, and parent, with the betterment of the student always our main concern.