Serving Grades Pre-School - 8th

Tours Available

St. Eugene School welcomes children and families from all backgrounds and religious traditions.

Hello, visitors. Welcome to St. Eugene Catholic School! Whether you are a parent, friend, guest, or prospective family—we invite you to explore this site and learn more about us. Please email the principal, or call (773) 763-2235 to set an appointment for a personal tour.

Fall Fest -- Volunteers Needed  

There are many opportunities available to begin fulfilling your mandatory service hours!  We need help with the carnival games, selling tickets, setting up and cleaning up.  Please go to to sign up.

Soup-er Stadium Challenge

September 12 -- October 6

We, at St. Eugene, are excited to be participating in the Soup-er Stadium Challenge. This is an Archdiocese of Chicago and Catholic Charities new initiative this fall.  It is an effort to help eliminate hunger in our community.  

Students are asked to participate in this Challenge by bringing in following non-perishable food items:  

  • Cereal/Oatmeal
  • Pasta
  • Rice
  • Canned Goods

Each grade level has been assigned an item.  Thank you in advance for your generosity!

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View the calendar, lunch menu, and so much more.  

Our new St. Eugene School app available on Apple App Store and Google Play.  If you go to your app store and search for St Eugene School, you will be able to download it.


St. Eugene Parish


School Hours:  

8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. during the regular school year.

When we walked through the front doors of St. Eugene, we had an overwhelming feeling of family and belonging come over us! That is why we chose St. Eugene for our son!
— Cindy Nowak

Our family is a firm believer in Catholic education. St. Eugene School has done an outstanding job with providing the basic principles of Christ that are taught and practiced throughout each school day. These teachings have served as a guide, model, and motivator to help our children be the best they can be in school, at home, and throughout their lives. Talking about God and religion on a regular basis is powerful and has had a wonderful impact on our family.
— Robyn Rog