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Gibault Catholic High School

PRIVATE Catholic

  • Grades Served: 9 – 12
  • 232 Students (Coed)
  • Average Class Size: 15
  • Languages Offered: Spanish, French, plus online courses in German, Latin, Chinese
  • School Day: 7:55am – 2:54pm
  • Tuition Range: $8,170 Per Year Average tuition for local Private Schools: $8,803
  • Offers variable tuition - a family's tuition rate is determined by their unique financial situation which makes a Gibault education available to more families.
  • 55% of students receive Financial Aid
  • Uniform Required
  • "Our ACT average is more than 4 points above the state average. We have the highest percentage of Illinois State scholars of any other area high school."
  • Gibault faculty who are adjunct professors teach 47 hours of St. Louis University credited classes in English, Spanish, calculus, biology, history and art on the Gibault campus during the regular high school day.
  • "We are a completely electronic campus and were the first school in this area to have e-learning days instead of snow days. Students and faculty do not report to the building during inclement weather, but school is still in session electronically. We offer online courses that are taught by our teachers and some that are taught through the Illinois Virtual School such as oceanography or entrepreneurship, allowing students to take a wider variety of courses."
  • Boys soccer has won 4 state championships, baseball has won 1, and bowling has won one. We have appeared at the state level in various sports 30 times in the last 16 years.
  • We are a completely electronic campus and were the first school in this area to have e-learning days instead of snow days. Students and faculty do not report to the building during inclement weather, but school is still in session electronically. Our seniors spend 3 weeks off campus on a service project of their choice. Some choose to do a mission trip - most recently to Ecuador. Many of our alums tell us that this is a life changing experience.
  • Extracurriculars: Baseball, basketball (men & women), bowling (co-ed), cross country (co-ed), golf (co-ed), soccer (men & women), softball, track (co-ed), volleyball (men & women), board game club, critique club, dance team, drama, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, FFA, history club, international club, math team, model UN, student council, National Honor Society, NETwork Against Malaria, environment club, tech club, WYSE, yearbook, robotics club, scholar bowl
  • Special Education: "Unique schedule allows for much more one on one help for students who need additional attention. Our guidance department supplements this with additional resource help."
  • Parent Involvement: "Our Women's and Men's club are integral parts of all our major fundraising events. Please visit our website for a complete description of these clubs and what they do."

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Diversity

  • Lacks Economic Diversity5% of students qualify for Free or Reduced Lunch
  • Lacks Racial Diversity

Test Scores

In 2017, the Average ACT Score for students was 25.1 25.1

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