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St. Barnabas School Welcomes You

The 2014-2015 school year is flying by at St. Barnabas School.  With so many fun changes implemented, it’s hard to keep up.  Whatever students are interested in, chances are there’s a class, team or group worth joining that will fully indulge their passion.  With fall sports teams wrapping up their seasons…it’s on to the next! 

Our Open House and Registration will begin and the end of January and we hope to meet many new faces.  If you are new to St. Barnabas, we trust you have been welcomed to our great school with enthusiasm and genuine friendship.  People who send their children to St. Barnabas do so because they are confident in its faculty, staff and administration.   Many of our parish high school students will attest that their years at St. Barnabas were the “best ever,” and alumni countrywide will often credit their St. Barnabas education to their present day achievements. 

Be a part of tomorrow’s success stories…be a part of St. Barnabas School.

"Committed to Excellence in Education" 


A Soldier's Welcome
The St. Barnabas Preschool students honored Captain Kreiter, a St. Barnabas parent and soldier for the Illinois Army National Guard, who recently returned from service in Kuwait.
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St. Rita Academic Bowl
Four 8th grade boys, Sean Barron, Peter Conroy, Ned Hall and Ciaran Sheridan, coached by Mrs. Maura Hall, teamed up to compete in the St. Rita High School "It's Academic" competition on Tuesday, October 28, 2014. Read More

Congrats 6B
Congratulations to the St. Barnabas 6B girls basketball team who took second place in the Incarnation Tournament.  They played St. Joseph's in the Championship game.

8th Grade Art
St. Barnabas 8th grade students designed and painted on the letter "A" in art class recently.  They join 14 local schools and arts organizations in helping create a YOU ARE BEAUTIFUL mural to mark the first annual Beverly Art Walk which took place on October 11, 2014.  This mural is part of a national art movement conceived by Chicago-based artist Matthew Hoffman.
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Parent Teacher Conferences
November 25, 2014

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Pink Fridays
During the month of October the students had the option to wear PINK on Fridays in honor of breast cancer awareness month for the small cost of one dollar.  The students raised $900 which will be donated to The Lynn Sage Foundation.  This simple break from routine was fun for the students and will help find a cure for breast cancer.  Thank you to all who participated.

Manna News
Christmas is coming!!  Start buying manna for your Christmas shopping now and there will be no credit card bills in January.  Plus you could save hundreds of dollars in tuition. Read More

Bitty Buckeyes
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

Give Central
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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Saint Barnabas Parish

10134 S. Longwood Drive
Chicago, 60643
P. 773.779.1166 | F. 773.445.9671

Rectory Office Hours:
Mon-Fri 8am - 8pm
Sat  8am - 5pm
Sun 9am - 2pm

Saint Barnabas School

10121 S. Longwood Drive
Chicago, 60643
P. 773.445.7711 | F. 773.445.9815

School Office Hours:
Mon-Fri 7:30am - 3:30pm

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