In 1909, the Augustinian Priests and Adrian Dominican Sisters created a strong foundation for education in St. Nicholas of Tolentine School on 62nd and Lawndale. It is hard to believe that the oldest Catholic Elementary School in Chicago’s West Lawn area is celebrating its 110th year - and continues to thrive! Through world struggles and many changes, St. Nicholas of Tolentine School has remained firm in its mission to help all students reach their greatest potential. This has not been done alone, but rather with the generosity of the Religious Sisters and Brothers, Alumni, Parishioners, Friends, and generous benefactors who have been the mortar holding the foundation together. Thank you for your love and commitment to the strong presence of Catholic values and education within this neighborhood community.


As we celebrate St. Nicholas of Tolentine School’s 110 years of excellence, we ask you to consider making a monetary gift that will demonstrate your faith, generosity, and St. Nick’s spirit. A gift will help us continue building upon the already firm foundation for future generations.


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