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Located on Chicago's North-Side, near Western Ave, serving Roscoe Village, Irving Park, Avondale, Lakeview, DePaul and surrounding communities, St. Benedict Elementary School (SBES) is a Catholic educational community serving grades PreK-8. St. Benedict Elementary School inspires and cultivates a balance of faith, academic excellence and individual talents in a diverse, personalized setting. We enjoy Full State of Illinois Recognition for non-public schools, as well as certification from the Office of Catholic Schools. We are a member of the National Catholic Education.

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Catholic Education Programs for Pre-K through Grade 8:
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At St. Benedict Elementary School, our amazing and dedicated teachers provide educational opportunities that employ the best methods. This includes our Authentic Portfolio Assessment Program and cutting-edge technology. In addition to our core classes, students receive Spanish, Art, Computers, Music and Religion.

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Address: N Leavitt St, Chicago, Illinois , USA
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Westlake Christian Academy, Lake County
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Located in Grayslake, a northern suburb of Chicago in Lake County, IL, Westlake Christian Academy (WCA) is approximately 40 miles north of Chicago’s downtown, 14 miles west of Lake Michigan, and 15 miles south of the Wisconsin border. Westlake Christian Academy is a non-denominational private school for Pre-Kindergarten through to 12th grade students, within a convenient commute from Zion, Wadsworth, Waukegan, North Chicago, Gurnee, Round Lake, Lake Villa, Mundelein, & Libertyville.

The Academy seeks to provide a well-rounded education which includes scholastics, athletics, the arts, and community service in a nondenominational, evangelical context. In a personal and prayerful manner, WCA intends to educate children in partnership with home and church, striving to be a school "where faith and intellect have the freedom to mature together, at the same time, in the same place."

If you are searching for a school committed to an academically strong Christian education, we invite you to check out our academy. We are confident that you will be pleased by what you find. Westlake Christian Academy is a member of the Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI).
- Preschool program
- Kindergarten program
- Elementary School program
- Junior High School program
- Senior High School program
- Fine Arts program
- Athletics program

* The Kindergarten academic emphasis includes number concepts, reading readiness, socialization and motor development.
* We provide a rigorous curriculum covering Math, Literature and Composition, Science, World Geography, American History, Spanish and Physical Education.
The Russian School of Mathematics
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The Russian School of Mathematics (RSM) was created in Boston 15 years ago. Today, RSM has over 6,000 students in more than a dozen branches located in 5 states. This fall, we are very excited to be opening a Russian School of Mathematics in Naperville, IL, just 30 miles west of Chicago.

RSM provides a unique, award-winning after-school mathematics enrichment program, based on the best practices of advanced math schools in Russia and Europe and adapted to the U.S. educational environment. We teach students at all levels - elementary school, middle school, high school and home school. We offer a whole academic year program, with weekly classes and homework.

The RSM program was developed based on classical traditions of systematic math education. Our goal is to help children build a solid foundation for future success in taking the SAT and college mathematics. We provide our students with a thorough understanding of every mathematical concept and help them develop excellent problem solving skills.
- Mathematics: K-12, all levels, Pre-Algebra, Algebra 1-2, Pre-Calculus, Calculus, Geometry, Trigonometry

- Test Preparation: ISEE, J. Hopkins CTY, SAT I, SAT II, AP, ACT

- Mathematics Competitions Preparation: MOEMS, Math Kangaroo, AMC 8-12

- Summer School: Grades K-12, High School Prep, SAT, Math Circles

- Classes for Home-schooled Students

- Chess
The Stage School
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The Stage School is a part time performing arts school for children ages 4-16. Our classes for kids and teens are held in Park Ridge IL, 20 minutes north-west of Downtown Chicago.

The Stage School nurtures your child’s potential as they experience fun activities in drama classes, dance classes, and singing classes every Saturday.

In our classes, students will develop the core fundamentals of acting, singing, and dance. All students receive top quality, personalized instruction in all three disciplines.

Our classes consist of a variety of fun and engaging activities which help kids succeed both on and off the stage.

There are many worthwhile children’s activities in Park Ridge, but The Stage School provides a unique and fun learning environment.

Every Saturday our school is filled with children singing, children dancing, children acting, and engaging in a variety of fun activities. We look forward to having you join the fun!
Part-time Performing Arts Classes for children ages 4-16:

The Premier Program (Ages 4-6 years)
- Classes held every Saturday
- The class is a 90 minute program
- Each student takes a 30 minute acting class, a 30 minute singing class, and a 30 minute dance class

The Company Classes (Ages 6-16 years)
- Held every Saturday for three hours.
- Students are divided into three groups based on their age.
- Each group attends a one hour acting class, a one hour singing class, and a one hour dance class
Peoria Hebrew Day School
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The Peoria Hebrew Day School (PHDS) in Peoria, Central Illinois, is a Jewish Day School offering Kindergarten to Grade 8 programs. We serve the Reform, Conservative, and Traditional communities of the greater Peoria area, and are open to everyone in the community regardless of religious affiliation for students.

Educating children in grades K-8 to reach their highest potential academically, spiritually, inter-personally and emotionally is our passion. Our program focuses on the whole child with an emphasis on academic excellence, values, and ethics. Our broad based curriculum is continuously evaluated by the Principal, Board and Staff to incorporate challenging new areas of study and the most modern teaching methods.
Jewish Day School Programs:

- Preschool
- Kindergarten
- Grades 1-8

Our Curriculum includes:
- Social Studies, Reading, English, Math, Science, Art, Music and Computer Skills, Jewish Studies, Secular Studies, Holiday Activities, Lessons about the synagogue, Tzedakah, Israel, Holocaust and Kristallnacht lessons, Observances and celebration of Israeli Independence Day & more..
Delphi Academy of Chicago
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Delphi Academy of Chicago is an independent, co-educational, non-sectarian day school that offers a preschool through to eighth grade program. The campus is located in Lombard, a suburb just 30 miles west of Chicago. Delphi Academy of Chicago is one of several schools in the Delphi Schools Network, a group of independent schools sharing uniquely developed curriculum and teaching methods. Children may be enrolled as soon as potty trained. Academics focus on providing students with a solid grounding in the basics, a rich and challenging hands-on curriculum, and the ability to study purposefully and independently.

The Delphi program includes a fully rounded curriculum available for all age levels. Even the very youngest students are exposed to basic concepts of science, history and the various humanities. In addition to traditional academic subjects, students get training in practical areas such as communication, manners, computers, nutrition and organization. Ethics, logic and research, often considered advanced topics, are not only offered but are begun early on.
Education Programs:

- Lower School Program

- Elementary Program

- Middle School Program

- Music and Arts Program

- Athletics Program

- Summer Camps Program
Latin School of Chicago
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Latin School of Chicago located adjacent to Lincoln Park on the North Side is an independent, co-educational college preparatory school for students in junior kindergarten through to grade twelve. Latin is the oldest independent school in the city of Chicago. The school was designed to provide students with a rigorous college-preparatory education in the classical tradition, with a curriculum that was heavily influenced by classical studies and the study of the Greek and Latin languages, hence the name “Latin School." Latin is still taught at the school today and is offered from sixth-grade onwards.

This academic load is balanced by a wide array of outside opportunities to play sports; be in the Middle School play; participate on a competitive math, science, or chess team; work on the student newspaper; perform in the band or chorus; be a member of student government; do community service; or participate in any number of other activities.

Latin School of Chicago is accredited by the Illinois State Board of Education, by the Independent Schools Association of the Central States (ISACS) and a member of the National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS).
- Kindergarten Program
- Lower School Program
- Middle School Program
- Upper School Program

* Each student takes a core set of courses in mathematics, English, science, social studies, fine arts and physical and affective education.

* Older students then may choose to continue with their Latin study or begin another language: French, Spanish, or Chinese. Computer and technology skills are taught throughout the Middle and Upper School years.