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Elementary Schools    

Our Catholic elementary schools reinforce faith and values taught at home by continuing their practice with young people every day in school and co-curricular activities. To learn more about our elementary education curriculum, click on the area of interest to find out more. If you are seeking a school for a student in kindergarten through eighth grade, search the Diocese of Joliet's elementary schools below. (Click on a school name to get contact information, a map, and a link to the school's website.)

All Saints Catholic Academy (Naperville)
Cathedral of St. Raymond (Joliet)
Holy Family (Shorewood)
Holy Trinity (Westmont)
Immaculate Conception (Elmhurst)
Immaculate Conception (Morris)
Bishop McNamara (Bourbonnais)
Bishop McNamara (Bradley)
Bishop McNamara (Kankakee - Grades 6-8)
Mother Teresa Catholic Academy (Crete)
Notre Dame (Clarendon Hills)
Sacred Heart (Lombard)
Saints Peter and Paul (Naperville)
St. Andrew the Apostle (Romeoville)
St. Dennis (Lockport)
St. Dominic (Bolingbrook)
St. Isaac Jogues (Hinsdale)
St. Isidore (Bloomingdale)
St. James the Apostle (Glen Ellyn)
St. Joan of Arc (Lisle)
St. John the Baptist (Winfield)
St. Joseph (Downers Grove)
St. Joseph (Lockport)
St. Joseph School (Manhattan)
St. Jude (Joliet)
St. Jude (New Lenox)
St. Mary (Mokena)
St. Mary Catholic School (Plano)
St. Mary Immaculate (Plainfield)
St. Mary Nativity (Joliet)
St. Mary of Gostyn (Downers Grove)
St. Matthew (Glendale Heights)
St. Michael (Wheaton)
St. Paul the Apostle (Joliet) 
St. Petronille (Glen Ellyn)
St. Philip the Apostle (Addison)
St. Pius X (Lombard)
St. Raphael Catholic School (Naperville)
St. Scholastica (Woodridge)
St. Walter (Roselle)
Visitation (Elmhurst)

Elementary Curriculum INFORMATION   

Diocese of Joliet Curriculum Guides

Preschool Curriculum Guide
Kindergarten Curriculum Guide
Grade One Curriculum Guide
Grade Two Curriculum Guide 
Grade Three Curriculum Guide
Grades 4-5 Curriculum Guide
Grades 6-8 Curriculum Guide

Faith Formation
Devotional Project - Catetchical Lesson on Prayer

Fine Arts
Language of the Arts
Creating and Performing
Arts & Civilization

English Language Arts
Catholic Curriculum Standards for Language Arts

Mathematics Standards
Catholic Curriculum Standards for Mathematics
Physical Education
Physical Fitness
Team Building
Human Body Systems
Decision Making

Catholic Curriculum Standards for Reading

Catholic Curriculum Standards for Science

Social Science
Cathlolic Curriculum Standards for Social Science

Social Emotional
Self-awareness & Self-management Skills
Social-awareness & Interpersonal Skills
Decision-making & Responsible Behavior

Technology Skills Checklist
ISTE 2016 Technology Standards
World Languages
Communication (Goal 28)
Culture and Geography (Goal 29)
Connections (Goal 30)