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St. Cornelius Catholic School, Chicago:
St. Cornelius School in Chicago, Cook County, Illinois is dedicated to providing children an excellent education rooted in the Catholic Christian tradition through our preschool, elementary, and middle school programs. By our focus on education driven by faith, students learn and act with integrity and kindness. Our goal is to educate children to become dedicated and productive people in our world. The St. Cornelius learning program is geared to meet the needs of today and the demands of tomorrow.

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Catholic Educational Programs from Preschool through Grade 8:

Preschool Program:
The St. Cornelius Preschool Program offers classes for 3 and 4 year old children. The 4 year old program is five days from 7:55am to 11:00am. We also offer an extended day option until 6:00pm. The 3 year old programs include either a three day per week program (M, W, & F from 12pm - 2:30pm) or a five day per week program (M-F, 12:00pm - 2:30pm). Both 3 year old programs offer an extended day option before school (6:30am - 12:00pm) and after school (2:30pm - 6:00pm). Registrations are taken on a first-come, first-served basis.

Elementary & Middle School Programs (Grades K-8)
We strive to educate students to their fullest potential:

- Spiritually:  By providing for the students religious and moral development, and by fostering and aiding in the development of values taught by Christ as seen through Catholic Scripture and Tradition.

- Intellectually:  By encouraging the students to use their minds and make good decisions. This would include academic skills as well as life skills.

- Affectively:  By helping the students realize that learning includes feelings, interests, attitudes, and appreciation.

- Emotionally:  By helping the students know themselves, feel good about themselves, and grow as caring people.

- Physically:  By helping the students develop strong bodies and by helping the students know and understand good nutritional habits.

- Socially:  By instilling the virtue of love, respect and service to God, family, school, parish, local community and country; by preparing the students to function in our changing society; and by helping the students to relate to their peers and to adults.

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Courses / Programs
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