Montini Catholic strives to make each student's educational experience unique to their needs. Through a rigorous academic program, paired with service learning and faith-based education, our students graduate ready to face their collegiate years.

EDUCATORS
74% of our faculty hold masters degrees or higher. Many are coaches, moderators of clubs and participate in areas of campus ministry and service. 13 faculty & staff members are alumni of MCHS and have returned to their alma mater. 

CURRICULUM
Our curriculum allows students to take courses within four levels: Signum Fidei, College Prep, Honors and Advanced Placement. These levels are determined by Placement Exam results, Proficiency Exam results and Grade School and High School teacher recommendations. Students are not put into one single track, but rather they are placed into classes that engage and aid in learning at their level.

Montini is proud to offer 14 Advanced Placement Courses and 28 Honors Level Courses for the 2019-20 School year.

To learn more, please view our current Curriculum Guide

GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS
In order to graduate, students must earn 24 hours of credit, participate in one overnight Junior Retreat, and fulfill the 40 hour requirement to our Service Learning Program. 

Theology 4 credits
English/Speech 4 credits
Mathematics 3 credits
Science 3 credits
Social Studies 3 credits
World Language 2 credits
Physical Eduation/Health 2 credits
Fine Arts 1 credit
Electives 2 credits

AWARDS/RECOGNITIONS FOR THE CLASS OF 2019
136 Lasallian Graduates earning close to $15,000,000 in academic scholarship offers
65 Members of the National Honor Society (NHS)
59 Earned the President's Award for Academic Excellence
20 Illinois State Scholars
5 Advanced Placement (AP) Scholars, 2 AP Scholars with Honor, 1 AP Scholar with Distinction
1 National Merit Commended Scholar
81 IHSA Academic Achievement Honorees
59 Academic All Stars (earning a 3.95+ GPA and/or Illinois State Scholar status)
43% earned a 3.5 or higher GPA