Upcoming Events
Apr
27
NO MATH CLUB
Fine Arts-Discover the Depths Gr K-4 8:30-9:30; Gr 5-8 9:45-10:45

Apr
28
Late Arrival 8:40
Spirit Day
First Communion Prayer Service Gr 2 1:00-2:30

Apr
29
Mass 5:00 p.m.
First Communion 10:00 am/1:00 pm
Science Olympiad State Tournament (tentative)
Apr
30
Mass 7:30, 9:30, 11:30,
5:00 p.m.

First Communion 9:30/11:30 am
May
1
Gr 2 ONLY - NO SCHOOL
4th Grade Parent Athletic Meeting - Gym
7:30 - 8:30 PM
May
3
Mass 9:00
May
4
Dad/Daughter Dance Gr 8 7:00-9:30 pm PLC
May
5
Late Arrival 8:40
Spirit Day
NO PM BUS

May
6
Mass 5:00 p.m.
Mother/Son Breakfast 7:00-10:00 am PLC
May
7
Mass 7:30, 9:30, 11:30,
5:00 p.m.

Band Concert 3:00 PLC
May
9
P.O. Meeting 7:30 p.m. Col Hall
May
10
Mass 9:00 - Ribbon Day
School Board Meeting 7:00 p.m. Council Rm

May
11
TCBY
May
12
Late Arrival 8:40
Spirit Day
Mothers Day Prayer Service
Gr 4 9:30 Church

  • Welcome to St. Petronille Catholic School

    Welcome to the St. Petronille Day School website. Here you will begin to discover all of the wonderful things that make this School one of the finest learning institutions in the Chicago land area.

    St. Petronille is a friendly and inclusive community where students, families, teachers, and staff all come together, creating an exceptional environment in which students truly thrive.

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    News & Announcements

    Proof that "Our students have out-performed their peers on the ACTs by nearly two points in each of the last five years". Based on exemplary grade point averages and their composite ACT and SAT test scores, these students are part of the 10% of high school seniors statewide that received this honor. Congratulations!

     
    Proud to call him a Charger!
     
    Mr. Coyle has been performing music his entire life. He is an Irish-born, award-winning singer-songwriter that teaches and inspires the St. Petronille community everyday. If you haven't had the chance to meet him, learn more here in this feature article in Naperville Magazine:
     
     
     
     
    Penny Wars
     
    Service projects of all kinds are built into student life at St. Petronille School. Some of these, like “Friday Foods,” are a regular part of the school day, and serve the people of our local community. Others take place off campus. Recently, students and teachers in the upper grades visited the Aurora facility of Feed My Starving Children to hand-pack rice, soy, and dried vegetables. They also sealed and boxed up the packets, preparing them for shipping to the neediest children from around the world.
     
    One student-driven service project combined the part-of- the-school- day idea and the global service piece. It was the brainstorm of two of our eighth grade students, Sadie Liptak and Ben Paoni, who created a “penny wars” coin drive. During approximately a two week period back in November, students were asked to donate coins that would be gathered to feed the hungry. Any funds collected would be donated to Feed My Starving Children. The project came to an official conclusion when on February 22, a check in the amount of $2,485.18, was presented to Mr. Tom Duffey, Development Advisor for the Feed My Starving Children Organization. Mr. Duffey, a special guest at our all-School Mass, expressed his deep appreciation for the generous gift and giving hearts of the students of St. Petronille School.
     
     
     
     
  • Come Experience
    St.Petronille

    School tours are given every Wednesday at 10:00 a.m. starting in the school office.


    Request a spot now, and feel free to come early for the all-school Mass at 9:00 a.m. in the church to really get a feel for the St. Pet's community.



    - Alternate times available -
    contact Sue Imburgia
    (630) 469-5041
    imburgias@stpetschool.org

  • Commemorate St. Pet’s 90th Anniversary by giving the gift of a Catholic education. This year, the LIFE fund is providing tuition assistance to 10 families, enabling 17 students to attend St. Petronille