Cicero Catholic Schools
The Cicero Catholic Schools -- Saint Frances of Rome and Our Lady of Charity -- are part of the Archdiocese of Chicago.
To be nationally recognized as the premier Catholic elementary school community, leading innovation in sustainable, academically excellent, faith-based education.
Inspired by our faith, the Cicero Catholic Schools provide the intellectual and moral foundation for students to become saints and scholars, disciples of Christ and leaders in the community.
With enlightened minds and zealous hearts, we will change the world.
Catholic Spirit Students are called to become holy by witnessing to the Gospel message. They learn the traditions of the Catholic Church in order to help them grow in their faith. Students and staff are actively involved in the life of the parish, attending the Sunday celebration of the Eucharist in conjunction with their involvement in various parish organizations.
Academic Excellence The Cicero Catholic Schools are beacons of excellence in the western suburbs. Students are challenged to acquire knowledge and pursue truth. The Cicero Catholic Schools offer academic programs that inspire the intellect and maximize the potential of each student to gain the requisite knowledge, concepts, and skills to become thinking, productive, responsible citizens.
Collaborative Leadership The Cicero Catholic Schools are in the business of developing human potential. We value our staff as the lifeblood of the school. The Cicero Catholic Schools are a sought after teaching institutions that exemplify the highest professional standards and innovative instructional practices. Faculty and students alike are challenged to assume leadership roles, not only in the school, but in the parish and community as well.
Community Focus The Cicero Catholic Schools are committed to fostering an informed community where all members feel heard, supported, and involved. Involved parents will serve as catalysts to unite the community in support of education.
The Cicero Catholic Schools are a just and inclusive community in which people from different cultural, ethnic, and racial backgrounds learn, live, and work harmoniously with mutual respect and without compromising their beliefs and identities.
Commitment to Service Students, parents and staff are filled with a time honored devotion to the Catholic tradition of service. Together we share a common belief that we have each been created for a reason. As members of our faith community, we readily acknowledge Gods generous gifts as evidenced by the many talents and skills we unselfishly share in the Christian service of others.