Main Office

3333 W. 110th St.

Chicago, IL 60655

773-445-2969 schooloffice@stchristina.org

Office Hours

7:30 a.m. - 3 p.m.

Monday to Friday

Our Values

Our Mission

The mission of St. Christina School is to promote the spiritual, academic, physical and social development of each child. Students are challenged to develop in an atmosphere of mutual respect, dignity and appreciation of one’s giftedness. This is evident in academic assessments, demonstration of Christian values and service throughout the community.

Let it be known that Jesus is the reason for this school, the unseen, but ever-present teacher in all its classes, the model of its faculty and the inspiration for its students.

Our Vision

The vision of St. Christina School is to provide quality Catholic education in the parish family setting for children in Pre-School through Eighth Grade. Students are guided to develop self-worth through mutual respect and compassion for one another as taught by Jesus. Acknowledging mutual values and diverse traditions, the faculty and staff will prepare the children to be enthusiastic and comfortable in their expression of faith. The curriculum addresses the needs of the whole child while recognizing the abilities, skills, and talents of each child. The school recognizes the fact that parents have the primary responsibility for the religious and academic upbringing of their children and that the school exists to help parents accomplish this goal.

Our Belief

At St. Christina we believe:

  • In the infusion of the teachings of Jesus Christ in all curricula.
  • In the vitality, uniqueness and importance of our Catholic values, and in the need to live our faith each day.
  • In the fundamental dignity of each person as one of God’s children, and that each one is to be treated with respect and equality in all that we do.
  • In valuing all our staff and students through affirming their achievements, recognizing their contributions, and supporting their efforts.
  • In effectively communicating with and facilitating the participation of all our stakeholders as the basis for supporting an effective school parish partnership built on faith, trust, meaningful engagement, and community cohesion.
  • In creating an organizational culture that gives voice and witness to social justice, enables risk-taking, responds to changing needs, and is built upon striving for academic excellence.
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