Thank you for your interest in Blessed Sacrament Catholic School. Our office staff can answer registration questions and schedule a tour. Please contact 217-228-1477.
Preschool-8th Grade Application:
Noah's Ark Preschool consists of both a 3 year old and 4 year old program. It provides a structured and play based environment designed to foster the growth and development of each child. PLAY is the work that children do. It is the natural process by which children grow spiritually, physically, intellectually and emotionally. Daily activities are planned to encourage spiritual growth as well as the development of social and problem-solving skills, creativity, physical coordination and strength, sound health and nutritional practices.
Tuition & Financial Aid:
In making the decision for your child/children to attend Blessed Sacrament Catholic School, you are making an investment in your child/children’s future.
What are the returns you can expect from an education at Blessed Sacrament Catholic School?
- Values based teaching grounded in the tradition of the Roman Catholic Church
- Superior education which positions your child for a lifetime of opportunity
- Caring and supportive learning environment enhances your child’s self esteem
- A safe, secure and peaceful atmosphere of respect
- Open and collaborative communication focusing on what is best for your child.
2021-2022 Tuition rates & Financial Aid information available here.
Enrollment: 196 students in kindergarten through eighth grade
Class Size: 15-25 students
Spiritual Opportunities: religion class, weekly Mass and adoration, rosary, Stations of the Cross, Lenten prayer partners, service projects
Technology: computer lab, Smartboards in each class, individual Chromebooks for 2-8th grades, individual Ipads available in Prek-1st classrooms
Curriculum: Catholic teachings and values extend into every area of the curriculum.
- Social Studies
- Language Arts
Intervention: Interventionists are available to help support those with learning challenges within the classroom, in small groups, and as individuals. A Reading Recovery teacher also works with 1st graders that need additional reading support.
Extra Curricular Activities:
- Kiwanis Builders Club
- Altar servers for Mass
- Children’s Mass Choir
- STEM Club
- Art Club
- Science Seekers
- IESA and CYO Sports
- K-8 Buddy Program