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Kevin Sefcik brings college and professional experience as player and coach to the table, including stints with Phillies and Rockies.
Registration for new, change of address and kindergarten students starts by appointment only August 8, and August 4 for returning students.
Eileen Boyce is the first alumna to serve as principal of all-girls Catholic high school.
Marist High School concludes 50th anniversary celebrations by updating a time capsule hidden in wall by school's first principal in 1963.
Brother Rice-Mother McAuley Band only high school from Illinois selected to march in National Independence Day Parade on July 4.
“This partnership with Saint Xavier University will establish another pathway for students to gain early exposure to college and receive dual course credit,” said Mayor Rahm Emanuel.
Mother McAuley High School's new shoe policy is being met with blowback by students, parents and alumnae.
Oak Lawn Community High School senior Brian Pfister's stunning digital photograph "Salute" will be exhibited in Washington, D.C.
Dan Hartman, who compiled a 27-9 record and led the Mustangs to IHSA State Playoffs for the past three years, has accepted a position at Hinsdale Central.
Second annual Zumbathon will raise money for St. Christina School technology fund.
Colleen Biebel, a 2007 graduate of Marist High School, is the second coach in the girls varsity softball program's history.
Between five to eight inductees will be selected and honored at the inaugural Hall of Fame reception in November.
Emily Maxwell, a senior at Marist High School, was named a 2014 Chick Evans scholarship recipient.
Chuck Peters excited to return to his alma mater as a coach.
Marist Theatre Guild presents popular Tony Award-winning musical April 3 through April 7.
Marist High School 'Red & White Ball' happens this Saturday at the Hilton Chicago. Ball culminates year of events celebrating school's 50th year-milestone.
National search underway to replace current principal who is retiring at the end of the school year.
Coach Julie Popp Hopkins was chosen for the national distinction by the American Volleyball Coaches Association.
Students athletes contributed to winning Redhawk football program.