Posted on December 19, 2012 · Posted in Blog, News, Press Release

(Burbank, IL) St. Laurence High School will hold its entrance exam on Saturday, January 12 at 8:00 a.m. for eighth grade boys planning to pursue their secondary education at St. Laurence.  The “Home of the Vikings” is located at 77th and Central in Burbank.  Students who are taking the test should enter at the north of the building and then report to the foyer area.  Also, students should bring two #2 pencils and a $25.00 testing fee.  No prior registration fee is required.  The testing should be concluded around 11:00 a.m.  While students are taking the exam, parents are invited to stay for a time of Q&A over coffee and donuts.

Parents can receive more details on the entrance exam by calling representatives in the St. Laurence Admissions Office at 708-458-6900, ext. 252.  In addition, information on St. Laurence, its award-winning academic and athletic programs, financial aid, and transportation can be found on the school’s website at

St. Laurence currently educates young men from Chicago and over 50 suburbs.  More than 14,000 students have graduated from St. Laurence, and they hold leadership roles in numerous careers and walks of life.  Ninety-seven percent of St. Laurence’s graduating classes attend some of the nation’s finest colleges, universities, and military academies.

Eighth grade boys looking to attend the place “Where Leadership Begins” are invited and encouraged to take the school’s entrance exam on Saturday, January 12.

For immediate release                                                                         Contact: Amy Keating
December 14, 2012                                                                             (708) 458-6900, ext. 254