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Happy fall from St. Barnabas School! The 2017-2018 school year is off and running, and we’re excited about all the events coming up for our students and families!

Our 3rd Annual Day of Service on November 3 will be a wonderful way to live this year’s theme, “I am Third,” placing God and others before ourselves. Students will be participating in a wide variety of service projects throughout our community, which will directly benefit community members in need. For more information on Service Day and other upcoming events, please be sure to read our school newsletter each week.

The junior high trip to the AOC Youth Rally, Holy Fire, on Friday, October 20 is a very special event, and we are excited to have a strong showing of St. Barnabas students participating in it again this year.

For All Saints Day November 1, our 4th-graders will put on our 2nd Annual Living Wax Museum, in which each student will dress as a saint and tell ‘museum patrons’ about that saint’s life. Our youngest students have trips planned this fall to Konows Farm and County Line Orchard; our 3rd-graders will be visiting the Field Museum, and our school play auditions will take place November 7.

We look forward to an exciting, educational and eventful fall with our students the St. Barnabas community!

It’s a great time to be a part of St. Barnabas School!

"Committed to Excellence in Education" 


Congratulations to the 5W and 7A girl's basketball teams for winning their Championships at the McAuley Shootout tournament, as well as the 6B girls' team for winning their Consolation bracket.  The 7A team advanced to the Gold Division, where they defeated St. Michael's 31-21 in front of a strong fan base.  Thanks to everyone who came out to cheer on our teams.

Duck Derby
Thank you to everyone who purchased a "ducky" recently during lunch.  The St. Barnabas community sold about 380 ducks, raising $1,900 for Special Olympics.

Walk to End Alzheimer's
The Reidy family participated in the 2017 Walk to End Alheimer's at Montrose Harbor on September 24, 2017.  The family has raised over $1,800.  Way to Go!


October 14, 2017 at 6pm

Click here to purchase tickets


2017 Winners:
1st Place - Jay Lally
Seller - Tim McNerney
2nd Place - Denise Frasure
3rd Place - Bridget Barron

Thank you to everyone who supported our Big Bucks Raffle!


Shop with Scrip
St. Barnabas School is now partnered with Great Lakes Scrip Center.  Visit to see a complete list of vendors.  Local vendors will show up as well when you hit the shop tab. Read More

21st Century Learning
Check out The Beverly Review article on St. Barnabas School's 21st Century learning initiative including our amazing flexible seating!

Bitty Buckeyes
Bitty Buckeyes is a unique program designed for young children (18 months to 3 years of age) accompanied by their adult companions. 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 - 8pm
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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