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Announcing - Fall Open House Dates for Prospecitive Families


Montini Catholic High School is proud to announce several opportunities for prospective families to visit the campus and gather information to help them with their high school decisions.  This year, the Lasallian preparatory school is offering two Open House events and is also opening their doors in several other ways.

 Parents and students interested in learning about a Catholic education at Montini Catholic are invited to join them for one or all of these informational events.   Registration is required for all events. 

Two Open House Opportunities
Wednesday, October 13th from 4-8PM and Sunday, November 7th from 12-5PM

Schedule a Shadow Day
Shadow Days are available Monday through Friday from 7:45AM - 12PM.  Space is limited due to Covid regulations so families are encouraged to apply now.

Schedule a Personal Tour
Personal tours are available on Monday through Friday from 8AM - 1PM

Attend a 'Meet Montini Morning'
Meet Montini Mornings are informal information sessions with our Administration and Admissions Team. These events include a tour of the school while classes are in session.  Two more sessions are available this fall:  Tuesday, October 5th from 9-10:30AM and Tuesday, November 16th from 9-10:30AM

Montini Catholic offers Academic Scholarships to incoming freshmen taking their Placement Exam, held on December 4, 2021.  Students can earn up to $10,000 toward their high school education.  Scholarships (ranging from $1,000 to $2,500) are based on a student's national ranking of the placement exam and are renewable for four years.  (Other scholarship opportunities can be explored by visiting our admissions page.)

Montini Catholic High School is a member of the Midwest District of the De LaSalle Christian Brothers, which includes three universities and fourteen high schools.  It is a family-centered, co-educational, college preparatory high school, rooted in the life and teaching of Jesus Christ as emulated by St. John Baptist DeLaSalle.  Programs challenge and encourage the spiritual, intellectual, personal, cultural, social and physical development of each student.

We are enjoying our 56th year of Lasallian education, opening its doors in 1966 and have graduated more than 7,000 students, 99% of whom have gone on to college. Annual enrollment includes students from over 122 private and public grade schools in over 61 cities in the Chicagoland area.  All faiths as well as diverse ethnic, cultural and socio-economic backgrounds are welcomed members of the Montini Catholic family.

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