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Portrait of a Graduate

With a strong foundation in academics, moral values and leadership, our graduates are prepared to face the challenges of a larger world—with confidence and faith.

Transition to High School during the eighth-grade year is a celebration of student achievements and a springboard for the students as they prepare for the next stage in their educational and spiritual development.

The rewards for their accomplishment include social dance class, Confirmation, an eighth-grade play and a field trip to Washington, DC.

At graduation, students are acknowledged for their hard work and for their spiritual and moral maturity.

Upon leaving Faith Hope, our graduates have excellent options for high school, including:

• Lake Forest Academy
• Loyola Academy
• New Trier Township High School
• North Shore Country Day School
• Notre Dame High School for Boys
• Regina Dominican High School
• Woodlands Academy of the Sacred Heart

Whatever paths our graduates elect to take, they will always be bound by the experiences they have shared and the friendships they have formed at Faith Hope. 
 
 
 
 
FHC Class of 2015 is college bound!
The School of Saints Faith, Hope and Charity would like to congratulate the FHC Class of 2015! On May 29th, FHC had the great opportunity to invite high school Seniors back to the school for the Hope Ceremony. As this class readies themselves for their next chapter, we would like to wish them the best of luck in all of their future endeavors. May they always know that our doors are open and we look forward to welcoming them home. We know that they will soar!
 
The FHC Class of 2015 will attend the following universities:
 
Boston College
California Polytechnic State University
College of the Holy Cross
Fordham University
Georgetown University
Kent State University
Lake Forest College
Louisiana State University
Loyola University
Miami University
Middlebury College
Santa Clara University
Southern Methodist University
Texas Christian University
University of Colorado, Boulder
University of Dayton
University of Denver
University of Illinois
University of Iowa
University of Kansas
University of Notre Dame
University of South Carolina
University of Southern California
University of Utah
Vanderbilt University
Villanova University
Western Michigan University