St. Juliana School Open House

Enrollment for 2018/2019 is open!

We've got many admissions events scheduled that will be especially helpful for families interested in joining us for the first time next year. Mrs. Margie Marshall, our principal, as well as faculty and parents will be your guide for a tour of our campus. Here are some upcoming dates:

  • Tuesday, March 20: 6:30-7:30pm
  • Tuesday, April 24: 9-10:30am
  • Thursday, April 26: 6:30-7:30pm
  • Wednesday, May 16: 9-10:30am

We also encourage you to contact us to schedule a private tour if your needs aren't met by our scheduled events.


Tax Credit Scholarships

Invest in Kids Act

In August 2017 the state of Illinois enacted a comprehensive education funding law that provides for tax credit scholarships which offer strong incentives for donors to support non-public school scholarships for low-income students. Illinois students from low-income families may use these scholarships to attend a non-public school of their choice.


Enrolling Your Child

Thank you for considering Saint Juliana School for your children, and welcome! The general school information package provides an overview of our school and curriculum offerings, and is a useful guide during the admission process.

First Steps

You may download and print the admission documents or obtain an admissions package from our school office. A separate admission application is required for each student.

There is a one-time admission fee of $165 per student. The admission fee is billed and payable through FACTS Tuition Management after your admission application is accepted. The admission fee is non-refundable. There are no additional fees and there are no annual re-enrollment fees.

Complete the admission application in its entirety and return to the school office accompanied by the non-refundable admission fee and the required records noted on the admissions checklist.

Additional information you may find helpful:

Protection of Children & Youth

We welcome your presence in our school–where would we be without our terrific parent volunteers in classrooms, the lunchroom, on the playground, athletic arenas and field trips? The safety and security of the children is our top priority at all times, and St. Juliana School adheres to all policies and guidelines set forth by the archdiocesan Office for Protection of Children & Youth.

All adult volunteers are required to successfully complete background screening and training before they are allowed to participate in school-related activities. Please plan ahead and complete the required documents at the time of enrollment so you'll be cleared and ready to go from the first day of school.

Admissions FAQs

  • What hours is school in session?

    The academic day runs from 8:00am–2:50pm. Extended care opens at 6:30am in the morning, and after school from 2:50 to 6:00pm on full school days only.

  • What supplemental subjects do you offer?

    Art, computer, digital citizenship, physical education, music and Spanish. For more about our curriculum, please visit the Curriculum Overview.

  • What high schools do SJS graduates attend?

    In alphabetical order:

    • Loyola Academy (co-ed)
    • Notre Dame (boys)
    • Regina Dominican (girls)
    • Resurrection (girls)
    • Saint Ignatius (co-ed)
    • Saint Patrick (boys)
    • Saint Viator (co-ed)
    • Selective Enrollment CPS High Schools (co-ed)
  • What are your standardized test scores?

    Our school administers the ACT Aspire interim and summative assessment tests to students in grades three and above. Our annual test scores are updated online each fall when they are received.

    Saint Juliana School was named a 2016 National Blue Ribbon School in recognition of our students' exemplary academic achievements. Non-public schools must rank in the top ten percent nationwide in order to be nominated for the National Blue Ribbon award.