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St. Joseph School
529 Madison Street
Lockport, IL 60441

Miss Lynne Scheffler
Phone: 815-838-8173
Fax: 815-838-0504
Email: BlueRibbonPrincipal@stjoeschool.com
Website: http://www.stjoeschool.com/

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St. Joseph
410 S. Jefferson Street
Lockport, IL 60441

Rev. Gregory Rothfuchs
phone: 815-838-0187
fax: 815-838-5379

Fast Facts

- Established in 1883.

- 4-Time Nationally Award School

- 2010 U.S. Department of Education - National Blue Ribbon School of Excellence Award for HIGH Performing School

- 2015 National Catholic Education Association - Distinguished Pastor Award - Fr. Gregory Rothfuchs

- 2016 National Catholic Education Association - Lead. Learn. Proclaim. Award - Distinguished Principal,
  Lynne Scheffler

- 2016 National Association of Elementary School Principals - Distringuished Principal, Lynne Scheffler
  (One of 3 Catholic School Principals Recognized and the only Principal from the State of Illinois)

- St. Joseph Early Childhood Program offers full and part time programs for Pre-School 3 Year Olds and
  Pre-Kindergarten 4 Year Olds offering three day, four day, and five day programs

- St. Joseph Kindergarten Program is in is 25th year as a Full Day Program modeling the best in experienced
  Kindergarten education

- St. Joseph School is a leading educational institution educating students from 3 Years Old - 8 th grade in spiritual
  and academic excellence

- Scholarship from $500.00 - Full Cost Tuition available to students in need

- 1:1 Laptop Program for all students 5th - 8th Grade

- 1:1 iPad Program established from 1st - 4th Grade

- iPad Program for Preschool3 - Kindergarten

- 240 students are expected in the 2018 -19 school year

- Offers an extended care program

- Located in Will County

SCHOOL MISSION
The staff of St. Joseph School is committed to providing our students a quality education within a Catholic environment. In addition to excellent academic preparation, students are taught Catholic Doctrine and Christian values, experience Christian community, and give expression to the Gospel through Christian service and worship.