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Through our Catholic, college preparatory curriculum, we encourage students to achieve their maximum potential and exemplify the Catholic values taught at IC Catholic Prep. Faculty, staff, administration, students and parents strive to work together to form a loving, Christ-centered community of believers. Students will encounter diversity of mind and culture, excel academically, and experience personal growth through their academic and extracurricular experiences. Students will be challenged to become independent thinkers who make a positive impact on the world through a selfless confidence and service to others.

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  • Graduation Requirements

    Graduation Requirements
    Required Credits
    4 Credits
    4 Credits
    3 Credits
    Social Studies
    3 Credits
    (World History, United States History, United States Government, one semester elective)
    3 credits
    (Biology and Science Labs)
    Physical Education
    1.5 credits
    0.5 credit
    Consumer Economics Course
    0.5 credit
    (Consumer Economics and Economics (H) fulfills requirement)
    Intro to Computer Science
    0.5 credit
    World Language
    2 credits of the same language
    4 credits
    26 credits
  • Counseling

    Counseling Department Mission Statement
    The mission of the IC Catholic Prep School Counseling Department is to provide a comprehensive counseling program that addresses students’ academic, college/career, and social/emotional development. In partnership with other educators, parents/guardians, and the community, the school counselors facilitate the promotion of a support system to ensure that students at ICCP have the knowledge and skills to confidently face life’s challenges, live meaningful lives and make a positive difference in the world.
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  • Elmhurst University — Senior Option Program

    In 1995, IC Catholic Prep and Elmhurst University designed the Senior Option Program to enable exceptional ICCP students to take advanced courses in the areas of mathematics, science and world language. This program allows our students the opportunity to take advanced course offerings after they have successfully completed the ICCP offered AP courses and have fulfilled their graduation requirements. ICCP students have a unique and valuable opportunity to take a college course and earn college credits.

    Since its inception, the Senior Option Program has benefitted many of our talented students. In recent years, several of our seniors have even started their college careers with as many as 27-30 credit hours due to AP credits and courses taken at Elmhurst University.
  • Benedictine University Dual Enrollment

    The Dual Enrollment Program at Benedictine University allows a high school junior or senior to earn college level-credit during their time in high school. Coursework provided through the Dual Enrollment Program are courses taught by Benedictine University faculty members in an online asynchronous format or in-person at Benedictine University (when offered). Coursework earned for courses taken through Benedictine's Dual Enrollment Program are recorded on an Official Benedictine University Transcript. Benedictine University is part of the Illinois Articulation Initiative (IAI) -- courses listed within the IAI are generally transferable to higher education institutions within the state of Illinois and other accredited college and universities across the country.

    Benedictine University Dual Enrollment Flyer

  • Honors & Advanced Placement (AP) Programs

    IC Catholic Prep offers a comprehensive Honors and Advanced Placement programs that prepare young men and women for for success in college and beyond.
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