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2011 ANNUAL SUMMARY As the largest diocesan school system in the nation, with 256 elementary and high schools, the financial results from this past year demonstrate the extraordinary commitment on the part of families, parishes, and donors who believe in and support the mission of Archdiocese of Chicago Catholic Schools.

Elementary Schools Consolidated Actual FY 2010/11

Per Student Statistics

$290,484,475

$4,665

Tuition and Fees

$214,295,551

$3,441

Local Fundraising

$42,144,600

$677

Enrollment 62,274 Cost of Education

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(Expenses) Revenue Sources

Elementary Schools

2010-2011 Enrollment

Student Cost

Savings

Investment Income

$20,483,201

$329

City of Chicago

30,001

$13,078

$392,353,078

AOC/BSF Investment*

$13,561,123

$218

Suburban Cook County

25,875

$12,158

$314,588,250

Total

$290,484,475

$4,665

Lake County

6,398

$12,155

$77,767,690

Total

62,274

Secondary Schools

2010-2011 Enrollment

Student Cost

Savings

City of Chicago

12,698

$13,078

$166,064,444

Suburban Cook County

11,034

$15,836

$174,734,424

Lake County

1,752

$13,847

$24,259,944

Total

25,484

$365,058,812

Total Students

87,758

$1,149,767,830

Tuition and Fees

$784,709,018

73.77% AOC/BSF Investment

4.67% 7.05% 14.51% Parish Investment Local Fundraising

In the Archdiocese of Chicago, Catholic schools save taxpayers an estimated $1 billion annually.

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*Based on the 2010-2011 enrollment (Source: 2010 Annual Survey of Schools in the Archdiocese of Chicago). City of Chicago enrollment includes Big Shoulders schools. Enrollment breakdowns for City of Chicago, Suburban Cook County, and Lake County are separated for appropriate cost comparisons. Based on public school costs in 2010-2011 (Source: http://webprod1.isbe.net/ilearn). Calculations of Taxpayer Savings is determined by multiplying the Catholic school enrollment by the per public school pupil cost for each of the school groupings.

Enrollment 25,484

High Schools Consolidated Actual FY 2010/11

Per Student Statistics

Cost of Education (Expenses)

$328,006,581

$12,871

$9,285

ENROLLMENT

Elementary

High School

Total

Revenue Sources

Chicago

30,001

12,698

42,699

Tuition and Fees

$236,635,100

Cook

25,875

11,034

36,909

Local Fundraising

$85,946,000

$3,372

Lake

6,398

1,752

8,150

Investment Income

$24,619,605

$966

Total

62,274

25,484

87,758

AOC/BSF Investment*

$628,384

$25

Catholicity

86%

79%

84%

Total

$347,829,089

$13,648

2011-2012 Enrollment Update: For 2nd Consecutive Year… • Growth in City of Chicago Schools– 2nd time since 1965 • Over half elementary schools stable/growing • Growth of Preschool, Kindergarten and First Grades • Retention at 97.5%

Tuition and Fees

68.03%

SCHOOLS

Elementary

High School

Total

Chicago

114

23

137

Cook

82

14

96

Lake

20

3

23

Total

216

40

256

24.71%

AOC/BSF Investment*

Local Fundraising

7.08%

.18%

Investment Income *Archdiocesan and Big Shoulders Fund Grants to Archdiocesan Sponsored Schools Only


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With the most Blue Ribbon School Awards of any system in the nation, these academic results for the 2010-2011 school year again show the tremendous work carried out by Archdiocese of Chicago Catholic School administrators, teachers, staff, and volunteers - but most importantly, by the students and their families who support them.

Social Studies Science Math

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60 Language 25

23.4

Reading

21.9

21.3

22.7

22.2 21.1 20.9

20.9 20.7

20.8

20

National Norm

50

22.9 21.1 20.9

20.6 20.6

15

40

10

3rd Grade

5th Grade

English

7th Grade

Math

National

In every major grouping of schools, Archdiocese of Chicago Catholic school students achieved scores above the national average for all TerraNova test categories.

Reading

Science

Archdiocese

Illinois

Composite

98% of Senior Class took the ACT

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100

97.9%

80

100%

96.5%

82

97.6%

National Percentile

80%

60%

40%

20%

76

75 68

70

70

72

72

74

70

76

76 72

69

70

60

National Norm

40

20

0%

Average Daily Student Attendance

Average Teacher Attendance

0

Re-enrolled 2010-2011

Reading 3rd Grade

Language 5th Grade

Math

Science

Social Studies

7th Grade

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100%

97.3%

99.1%

96.4%

“The story of our Catholic schools is, at its core, about LIFE. The life of kids and families. The life of the Church who loves them. The life of more kids in great Catholic schools who can redeďŹ ne the world.â€?

80%

60%

53.0%

40%

20%

-Sr. Mary Paul McCaughey, O.P., Superintendent

0 Student Attendance

Graduation Rate

Teacher Attendance

College Bound

Students on Financial Aid

For more information, visit: schools.archchicago.org

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