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A GREAT PLACE TO BE!
Saint Gerald School
9320 South 55th Court, Oak Lawn, IL 60453
Phone: (708) 422-0121
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St. Gerald School is a smart choice at
any stage of your child’s development.
Preschool (3 & 4 years old)
St. Gerald Preschool provides a safe, loving, "first school" experience for all of our students, where the growth and development of the whole child is nurtured and supported; where each child is seen as unique and loved by God. Flexible schedules and extended care options make this an easy choice for working parents.
Critical to your child’s growth and development, our teachers challenge students to develop a lifelong love of learning. From accelerated reading programs to research projects, your child’s continued academic, emotional, and spiritual development is at the forefront of our program.
Middle School—6th-8th Grade
Our “junior high” program prepares students for a successful high school career. St. Gerald students enter Catholic high schools such as Marist, Brother Rice, St. Laurence & Mother McAuley as well as area public schools with confidence and a solid foundation built on academic excellence, compassion and community.
The Superkids Reading Program (K-2) - The Superkids® Reading program is a core literacy curriculum for kindergarten through second grade that teaches all aspects of reading seamlessly integrated with the language arts. Built on scientific research and proven pedagogy, it combines rigorous instruction with highly motivating materials. Learn more.
Accelerated Reading - Book Finder (for checking information about books)
Music - Classes are taught during the school day to students in preschool through 8th grades.
Computers - Classes are taught during the school day to students in preschool 4 through 8th grades. See the Technology page for more information.
Gym - Students have gym classes during the school day.
Library - All classes, preschool 3 through 8th grade, have scheduled library time during the school week. Grades 1-8 are required to take books from the Library to read at home.
We encourage accountability and transparency in curriculum. Parents are encouraged to take an active role in the child's academic development and may set up classroom visits, request synopses of lesson plans and copies of curriculum reports from the principal to gain a better understanding of the learning environment.
Progress of each student is tracked and reported securely and confidentially in PowerSchool enabling parents to monitor their child's ongoing development.