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.
75% of our faculty hold masters degrees or higher. Many are coaches, moderators of clubs and participate in areas of campus ministry and service. 14 faculty & staff members are alumni of MCHS and have returned to their alma mater.
Our curriculum allows students to take courses within four levels: General Education, 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 are placed into classes that engage and aid in learning at their level.
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.
|Social Studies||3 Credits|
|Foreign Language||2 Credits|
|Physical Education/Health||2 Credits|
|Fine Arts||1 Credit|
|Computer Applications||.5 Credit|
ACADEMIC FAST FACTS
ACT SCORES- Class of 2017
The top 10% - average ACT score of 32.2
The top 25% - average ACT score of 29.8
The top 50% - average ACT score of 27.2
Class of 2017 -average of 23.9
State of Illinois Average of 20.7
National Average - 21.0
ADVANCED PLACEMENT (AP) SCORES - MAY 2016
104 students took 161 AP Exams
40 perfect scores of five were recorded in eight different subjects
A total of 125 scores of 3 or higher were recorded