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A school where students grow in heart, mind and soul

Our School

In the fall of 1939, the Dominican Sisters of Sinsinawa founded the School of Saints Faith, Hope & Charity. A parochial, Catholic grade school located in Winnetka, Illinois and part of the Archdiocese of Chicago, FHC educates children in the formative years of 3-year-old Pre-Kindergarten through eighth grade. Named a National Blue Ribbon School of Academic Excellence in 2014, our students receive opportunities to master challenging academics, excel on team sports, perform before large audiences, and lead service projects. Our students learn a way of life – one that weaves Catholic spirituality and moral development within academic studies and co-curricular achievement. Our school mission is to provide an educational environment that develops the spiritual, academic, moral, and social growth of each student.

At a Glance

  • 1:10 Average teacher:student classroom ratio
  • school300 Students
  • 100% of the students of the class of 2019 were accepted to their school of choice
  • work69% hold a Master degree
  • class14.1 Average class size

Recent News

Blessings in a Backpack!

This year our 7th-grade class led an initiative to partner with Blessings in a Backpack, a national not for profit whose mission is to provide food for underprivileged students in the form of a backpack filled with food for children to take home over the weekend.

Cider Under the Arches

A big thank you to our Kindergarten crew who hosted Cider Under the Arches after mass—All proceeds will benefit the Lurie Children's Hospital's Friends of Conor Foundation.

May Crowning

FHC students take part in a special tradition of May Crowning

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