“St. Laurence is a Catholic college preparatory high school rooted in the Essential Elements of an Edmund Rice Christian Brother Education. We develop courageous leaders through problem solving and discovery in a diverse community centered on God and the pursuit of excellence in academics and athletics.”
Founded in 1961, St. Laurence is a Catholic, college preparatory high school conducted by the congregation of Christian Brothers. Rich in academic and athletic tradition, the school is situated on a spacious 23-acre suburban campus and serves young men from Chicago and surrounding suburbs. The complex includes a chapel, five academic wings, four computer labs, science labs, a media center, guidance center with career planning and college placement, a 1,600 seat gymnasium, a fitness center and a two-floor leadership center.
St. Laurence provides a balanced curriculum that is responsive to the needs of our students while offering up-to-date technology, facilities, labs and an environment necessary for learning.
Our success is the direct result of the Christian Brothers, faculty and staff working together.
St. Laurence does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin in employment, administration policies, scholarship and loan program, or athletic and other school–administered programs.
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Best Hours: M-F 8a – 3:30p
(708) 458-6900 x256
Best Hours: M-F 8a – 3:30p
|Name||St. Laurence High School|
|Location||77th and Central in Burbank|
|President||Mr. Joseph Martinez|
|Principal||Mr. James Muting|
|Athletic Director||Mr. Timothy Chandler|
|Type of School||Catholic, 4-year, college preparatory for young men|
|Accreditation||North Central Association on Colleges and Schools, Illinois State Board of Recognition, National Catholic Education Association|
|Total Enrollment||Approx. 530|
|Class Size||Average of 25 students|
|Faculty / Staff||3 Brothers, 1 Priest, 45 Laypeople|
|School Colors||Black and Gold|
|School Year Calendar||Two 18-week semesters beginning in late August and ending in early June|
|Programs offered for College Bound Students||Honors Program, College Prep Program, Advanced Placement Courses, Computer Program|
|Student Input Into Our School||Student Council, Yearbook, School Newspaper, Peer Mediation, Peer Ministry, Computer Lab Assistant Program|
|Athletics||13 IHSA sanctioned sports offered and 1 club sport|
|Tuition||$10,000 for the 2017-2018 school year|
|Open House||1st Open House – Sunday, November 6th 10 am to 12 pm. 2nd Open House – Sunday, December 4th 10 am to 12 pm.|
|Family Allowance||Tuition assistance for families with more than one son attending at the same time is a $750 reduction for the 2nd and 3rd son|
|Average Cost of Books||Approximately $390|
|Registration Fee||$280 for the 2016-2017 school year|
|Tuition Payment Plan||Plan 1: Full tuition by July 1, 2017 (3% bookstore credit)
Plan 2: Tuition payments made in (12) monthly payments using FACTS (online tuition management system)
|Placement Exam||Saturday, January 14th, 2017 at 8:00 a.m. (Bring $25 test fee, calculator, and two #2 pencils.)|
|Admission Procedures||Entrance test required. Elementary school records are evaluated.|