Welcome to St. Angela School!


St. Angela School is a Catholic-Christian school dedicated to providing a quality education for all students.  Our goal is that our scholars learn to be successful at St. Angela, in the high school of their choice, and beyond; and that they learn to be active citizens and leaders in our community and the world.  Dream, Prepare, and Achieve!

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News for Parents:  Calendars & Updates

Getting ready for 2020-21! For information about registration, or to schedule a tour, please contact Registrar Petrice Sanderson at 773.626.2655.

New families can download materials HERE. 

School Calendars 2019-2020

St. Angela 2019-20 Calendar (one page)

St. Angela 2019-20 Calendar (monthly)

UNIFORM SALE is  open from today until January 20.  Follow this link to place your order!

Enchanted Backpack comes to St. Angela!


Enchanted Backpack, a Chicago area foundation that serves under-resourced schools, has joined the team of organizations who support St. Angela!  Their first visit was a memorable one.  It took a team of faculty, staff and O'Rourke Prep scholars to unload their two vans on a chilly November day -- and then the whole school welcomed our new friends at a rousing assembly in the gym.

We are so grateful for the Enchanted Backpack team, and for the donors who make their generosity possible.  To learn more about them visit their website.

Tax Credit Scholarship Apps next week!

New and current St. Angela families should be ready to apply for tax credit scholarships next week! 


January 14 8:00 am / January 15 7:00 pm


Please read this information carefully, and mark the dates on your calendar.  These scholarships are distributed on a first come, first served basis.  Minutes matter!


You must apply to two different granting organizations:  Empower Illinois (1/15) and Big Shoulders Fund (1/14).  You must apply again, even if your child received a scholarship in the past.


There is a slight difference in the applications for each organization, but in each case, the application is a two-part process.  The first step is a quick online application, easily completed on your phone.  (See the link above.) This application gives you a “time and date stamp” which then gives you (in effect) “a place in line” for the second part of the application.  Minutes matter!

Tuesday, January 14 at 8:00 am


  • Complete the reservation form at bigshouldersfundsgo.org.  It will ask for

  1. parent contact information;

  2. number in household;

  3. school district in which you live (Chicago is SD 299)

  4. 2018 or 2019 federal adjusted gross income.

  5. Student name, birth date, race and gender

  6. Grade for the 2020-21 school year

  7. Non-public school you wish the student to attend

  • After January 14, Big Shoulders Fund will request additional information from a limited number of applicants based on the time and date stamp.  Limited scholarships are available.


Wednesday, January 15 at 7:00 pm


  • Complete the reservation form at empowerillinois.org.  It will ask you for parent name; contact information (address, phone number, email address); children’s names.  Include the names of all children for whom you are applying.

  • Sometime on or after January 20 you will receive an email with instructions about completing the application.  We recommend you complete the process immediately.  Minutes matter. The rewarding of scholarships will begin the following week.

St. Angela's Centennial Year Liturgy

Green Dreams Update

It was a gray and drippy day outside but in the gym everything was warm and fuzzy!  Msgr. Kenneth Velo presided at a Mass, in the Jack Jordan Gym, accompanied by Fr. Jack Ryan, Fr. Jim Flynn, Fr. Tom McDermott and Deacon William Pouncey.  A procession of students, alumni, current and former members of the faculty entered to the sound of chiming bells and set the tone for a celebration of one hundred years of history in the Austin neighborhood.  Following the liturgy, Msgr. Velo blessed the newly developed garden in the Potomac field, particularly the statue of St. Angela returned to our campus with the help of generous alumni.

It seemed this field, this wall, this portion of our campus would never be finished but it is--mostly!  Our major goals, the tuckpointing and painting of the wall that was adjacent to the church, the installation of a garden surrounding the restored statue of St. Angela, and a sign identifying our school are in place and, we think, absolutely awesome!  Enjoy the slides, but please, come and visit!

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Giving Report

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Click on the image of the Giving Report to download it as a pdf.  If you did not receive a copy of the report in the mail, and would like to, please contact the Advancement Office, 773.626.2655.

The report includes a listing of those from whom we received gifts between July 1, 2018 and June 30, 2019, and other information about giving at St. Angela School. 

St. Angela has joined amazon's smile program!  Start your amazon shopping trip with this link and we will received .5% of your eligible purchases.  They'll be deposited into our account quarterly.  So think of us when you start your Christmas shopping.  All those little .5%s add up!

Boxtop for Education update

Box Tops for Education will be changing their system and going fully online -- no more cutting! -- but for the time being we are still collecting the little pieces of paper or cardboard.  Send them to us today.  To jump ahead in line and get the app for Box Tops without scissors, register here. 

Wildcat Volunteer Corps

Volunteers are unpaid

not because they are worthless,

but because they are priceless.

As part of the Second Century Initiative we will launch the Wildcat Volunteer Corps (WVC) this fall.  The WVC is a structure for the partnership between teachers and volunteers, all for the benefit of our scholars.  If you're interested in learning more call Lynn at 773.626.2655, ext. 103 or click here to read more!

Memorial Bricks

Brick Orders January 15, 2020.  Engraved bricks are part of St. Angela's ongoing program to build our future with a grateful nod to the past--and a way to fund the work to our campus that continues to challenge us.  if you would like to purchase a small bit of St. Angela real estate, and honor someone you love, please follow this link to know more about the bricks program; or this one to go directly to the online giving page.  If you purchase your brick online, please contact the advancement office at 773.626.2655 for help in crafting your message.

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Mr. Bruce Schooler, Principal 

1332 N. Massasoit Ave, Chicago, IL 60651

773-626-2655 phone

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