Resurrection High School (Chicago, Illinois)

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Resurrection High School
Address
7500 West Talcott Avenue
Chicago, Illinois, 60631
United States
Coordinates41°59′27″N 87°48′56″W / 41.99083°N 87.81556°W / 41.99083; -87.81556Coordinates: 41°59′27″N 87°48′56″W / 41.99083°N 87.81556°W / 41.99083; -87.81556
Information
Typeprivate
MottoCharity and Truth
DenominationRoman Catholic
Established1922
OversightArchdiocese of Chicago
PresidentLynne Saccaro
PrincipalLynne Saccaro
Grades912
Genderall-female
Campus typeurban
Color(s)Red and White         
SongDear Resurrection
Athletics conferenceGirls Catholic Athletic Conference
MascotBandit (raccoon)
Accreditation(s)North Central Association of Colleges and Schools[1]
Newspaper'The Res Banner (TRB)
Tuition$8,200
AffiliationSisters of the Resurrection
Website
 
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Resurrection High School
Address
7500 West Talcott Avenue
Chicago, Illinois, 60631
United States
Coordinates41°59′27″N 87°48′56″W / 41.99083°N 87.81556°W / 41.99083; -87.81556Coordinates: 41°59′27″N 87°48′56″W / 41.99083°N 87.81556°W / 41.99083; -87.81556
Information
Typeprivate
MottoCharity and Truth
DenominationRoman Catholic
Established1922
OversightArchdiocese of Chicago
PresidentLynne Saccaro
PrincipalLynne Saccaro
Grades912
Genderall-female
Campus typeurban
Color(s)Red and White         
SongDear Resurrection
Athletics conferenceGirls Catholic Athletic Conference
MascotBandit (raccoon)
Accreditation(s)North Central Association of Colleges and Schools[1]
Newspaper'The Res Banner (TRB)
Tuition$8,200
AffiliationSisters of the Resurrection
Website

Resurrection High School is a private, Roman Catholic, all-girls high school in Chicago, Illinois. It is located in the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Chicago.

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History

Resurrection High School was founded by the Sisters of the Resurrection, a Roman Catholic religious order. Sister Anne Strzelecka C.R. arrived in Chicago on February 2, 1900 to work with students in Catholic schools. In 1912, Sister Anne bought a tract of land in northwest Chicago and three years later opened Resurrection Academy as an elementary school and boarding school for girls. In 1920, Sister Anne bought the 52-acre (210,000 m2) Anderson onion farm and skating pond where Resurrection Medical Center now stands. Resurrection High School was established in 1922. In 1922, she opened the doors to Resurrection High School in what is now the Provincial Home. Four years later, the first graduating class consisted of four young women, one of whom went on to become a successful attorney as well as a mother and grandmother of future Resites. After 40 years of growth, Resurrection High School opened its doors in 1962 in a new, much larger building. In 1997, an $11 million construction program added two state of the art science and computer labs, a technology center with internet capabilities, a 36-station fitness center, as well as air conditioning throughout the facility. Resurrection High School counts more than 12,000 alumnae in 83 graduating classes.[2]

Mission Statement and Educational Ministry

Resurrection High School is a Catholic Christian community dedicated to the education of young women, and to the development of their God-given talents. Convinced of God’s unconditional love and nourished by the Risen Lord Jesus Christ, we are committed to the spiritual, ethical, intellectual, physical and social growth of our students. [3]

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