Welcome to St. Barnabas School. For many of you, this time of the year brings familiar feelings of anticipation and excitement of a new school year. But for some others, this will be your first taste of the St. Barnabas experience...filled with moments you will take with you in years to come. We know our veteran families will be welcoming and helpful to those less acquainted with the ways and rigors of the St. Barnabas system. We thank all who do so with patience and diligence.
Our happy news is that our news principal, Mrs. Elaine Gaffney, has worked tirelessly to create an awesome experience for all families. Her dedication to St. Barnabas School is impressive and appreciated.
Let's all take a positive step toward this 2014-2015 school year and meet it with the premise that with change comes a chance to do things better, to excel at what has been done aptly in the past, and to explore what we can do best in the future.
"Committed to Excellence in Education"
The students of St. Barnabas School observed the anniversary of 9/11 with an all-school liturgy, where prayers were said for those who lost and sacrificed their lives 13 years ago. At the conclusion of Mass, students reverently filed outside and placed flags around St. Barnabas School. Read More
Walk to end Alzheimer's
On Saturday September 20, 2014, 5th grade student, Jake Foster, participated in a 5K walk to end Alzheimer's in Glenview, Illinois. It was his way of honoring his grandfather who died almost a year ago from this terrible illness. He helped raise a family total of over $1000. Way to go Jake!
Preschool gets a Facelift
Yes, the rumors are true...St. Barnabas Preschool had some work done over the summer and the results are amazing. New paint colors throughout, beautiful new and improved flooring, additional storage space, new cabinets and countertops in both classrooms has really brightened up our Early Childhood Center. Read More
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WHAT'S HAPPENING AT BARNABAS
Pack the House
Come out and "Pack the House" to support the 8th grade girls basketball teams on October 8, 2014. The "B" teams plays at 7:10pm and the "A" team plays at 8pm.
Bitty Buckeyes is a unique program designed for young children (18 months to 3 years of age) accompanied by their adult companions. Each session will expose children to language and motor skill development along with religious instruction through the use of fun, age-appropriate activities. Read More
Start the school year right by using our manna program. It's easy to use and could save you hundreds of dollars in tuition. So why not start saving today! Read More
Schedule recurring tuition payments or make one time payments using Give Central, a simple secure online giving environment created specifically for organizations within the Archdiocese of Chicago. Read More
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10134 S. Longwood Drive
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Saint Barnabas School
10121 S. Longwood Drive
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