Saint Zachary School | 567 West Algonquin | Des Plaines, IL 60016 | Phone (847) 437-4022 | Fax (847) 758-1064 | www.saintzacharyschool.org
© Saint Zachary School 2012-2016
567 West Algonquin | Des Plaines, IL 60016 | Phone (847) 437-4022 | Fax (847) 758-1064
Providing a sound education for your children is one of your most important duties. I am glad you are considering Saint Zachary School. We are a Catholic school where faith, family, and academics are all part of the education process.
Academically, we provide a solid primary education. Our students receive a firm foundation that prepares them for high school and beyond.
Education is a collaborative effort between family and school. At Saint Zachary School, we encourage and expect parental involvement in all aspects of a student’s education. In addition, we endeavor to create a family atmosphere in our school. Our small class size permits personal attention to the educational and emotional needs of our students. We strive to create an atmosphere of collaboration and respect.
What really makes Saint Zachary School unique is our faith. We are a Catholic school and proud of it. Our students learn the basics of our Catholic Christian faith. Gospel values and following Jesus are incorporated into all that we do. Our students practice the great commandments: love God and love your neighbor. They help each other and treat everyone with dignity and respect. As their pastor, I am most proud of the living and active faith of our students.
Father Jack Plotkowski, Pastor
Building a Foundation for Faith, Family, and Academics since 1963.
Students and faculty come together for the celebration of the Mass as one family in Christ. The celebration of Mass with the school offers the priests an opportunity to reach out to our students in an age appropriate way addressing their unique spiritual needs.
Additionally, students have the opportunity to help lead their peers in worship by being cantors, lectors, and gift bearers. Not only does this help them in their worship, it also helps prepare them to lead the larger community in worship by giving them the confidence and experience they need to be active participants in the Liturgy.
All parents and other family members are always welcome at our all school celebrations of the Mass.