Providence Catholic High School is a coeducational day school located one hour south of Chicago offering 20 honors and Advance Placement courses. Graduates consistently go on to study at some of the top universities in America.
The 75-acre high school campus facilities include a football stadium with synthetic turf and all-weather track, sports fields and courts, as well as a cross-country course, two gymnasiums, a wrestling complex, and a training center/weight room.
SPORTS AND ARTS
Providence Catholic High School’s athletic teams have won over 31 state championships and have produced a number of professional athletes. For art lovers there’s a wide selection of courses and activities like studio art, band and choir. Students display their completed work at the campus art gallery.
AWARDS AND ACCOMPLISHMENTS
The outstanding teaching staff has received the Augustinian Secondary Education Award and the Who’s Who in American Teachers designation. Providence Catholic’s 31 state championships is the most titles held by any private school in the state of Illinois.
Located one hour south of the metropolitan city of Chicago, New Lenox is a charming village that introduces international high school students to typical American life. Taking the short journey via public transportation into Chicago gives international students the chance to experience world-class museums, sports teams, and entertainment.
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