Alumni & their families are invited to the school's Super Bowl Party, Sunday February 5th, at Gelsosomo's Pizza in downtown Lemont.  Click HERE for the details.

St. Alphonsus / St. Patrick School Invites you to the The First Annual Alumni Family Mass & Reception Saturday, February 18, 2016 (Complimentary Dinner to Follow Mass). Click HERE for the details.
Legacy Bricks are being offered by the school for only $50. These are the perfect way to mark your time at the school, remember a loved one, a big game, or a big event. Click HERE for the details and to order your brick. 
Help ensure our school's future by making a donation (in any amount) to the Celtic Fund.  Click HERE for the details and to make a donation.

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Our First Annual Alumni Mass

Thanks to Mr. and Mrs. McGuire and Mr. and Mrs. Bruno and their many helpers, we held our first annual Alumni Mass on February 18.  The Mass was meaningful and the entire event was a successful gathering of so many of our past students. Alumni from the classes of 1942, 1944, 1980, 2008, 2016 plus many other classes attended. All enjoyed Faith and Fellowship at Mass and the dinner that followed. The plan is to make this an annual celebration of our fine alumni on the weekend before the school Gala. Please enjoy some photos from this event.

Alumni Phonathon

St. Alphonsus/St. Patrick School was pleased to welcome back many of our recent alumni plus current students and parents. They worked together to contact alumni and update our alumni records.It is important to us to stay in touch with our past students!

Alumni Phonathon

#CelticsExcel....Class of 2009

We congratulate our Class of 2009 alumna Kathy Balnius on her acceptance to the Midwestern University Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine where she will specialize in allergy/immunology.
After graduating from St. Alphonsus St. Patrick, Kathy attended Lemont High School where she earned placement on the High Honor Roll all semesters, was President of National English Honor Society, was a member of the National Honors Society, was on the National French Honor Roll, as well as playing Varsity volleyball.
Kathy will be graduating Loyola University Chicago in May with a Bachelor’s Degree in Biochemistry and a Bioethics minor. While at Loyola, Kathy received the Loyola Presidential Scholarship, Village of Woodridge Prologis Scholarship, Lemont Lions Club Scholarship, and the Lemont High School National English Honor Society Scholarship.
Kathy says: “St. Al’s/St. Pat’s showed me what it was like to have a school community truly feel like a family. I feel blessed to have graduated 7 years ago and still be able to reach out to my fellow classmates and share with them my successes and failures in life. St. Al’s/St. Pat’s has not only left me with a great education, but a support group that I can always count on. I know that no matter what path I choose in life, the St. Al’s/St. Pat’s community will always support me.”

#CelticsExcel....Class of 2001

St. Alphonsus / St. Patrick school congratulates our Class of 2001 alumnus Brandon Wall who has been promoted to Lead Editor of the BuzzFeed News Curation Team in Los Angeles. 
Brandon graduated from our school in 2001, went on to Providence Catholic High School, and received his degree in Journalism from Lewis University. Brandon credits Eileen Bruno (his 8th grade teacher) with sparking his interest in journalism

#CelticsExcel....Class of 2009: Alumni Returns to Teach a First Grade STEM Lesson

Alumni Madison Wall, Class of 2009, returned to our first grade recently to share a STEM Lesson (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math). The lesson, called the Balancing Robot, helped the first graders understand balance and center of gravity. The children colored their robots and then used two pennies to find the center of gravity. They tried balancing their robots in many ways and in many places around the room.
Madison is taking a course entitled Broadening Participation in STEM and was happy to share her expertise with us. She will graduate from Loyola University in December with a degree in Math and Computer Science. She will continue at the University to receive her Masters degree in Secondary Education with a Mathematics endorsement. 

Balancing Robots in First Grade