Fast Facts for McHenry County High Schools

The Illinois State Board of Education has released its Report Cards for schools.

The top of the Illinois State Board of Education's October, 2013, School Report card web page.

The top of the Illinois State Board of Education’s October, 2013, School Report card web page.

I have extracted summary data images for high schools in McHenry County, which you can see below.

Alden-Hebron High School's summary information.

Alden-Hebron High School’s summary information.

Summary Report Card Facts for Cary-Grove High School

Summary Report Card Facts for Cary-Grove High School

Crystal Lake Central High School Report Card summary.

Crystal Lake Central High School Report Card summary.

Crystal Lake South High School summary facts from the Illinois School Report Card.

Crystal Lake South High School summary facts from the Illinois School Report Card.

Summary facts for Crystal Lake's Prairie Ridge High School

Summary facts for Crystal Lake’s Prairie Ridge High School

Harvard High School Facts

Harvard High School Facts

Huntley High School Facts from the Illinois School Report Card

Huntley High School Facts from the Illinois School Report Card

Some Report Card facts for Algonquin's Jacobs High School

Some Report Card facts for Algonquin’s Jacobs High School

Facts highlighted from Marengo High School

Facts highlighted from Marengo High School

McHenry East High School facts

McHenry East High School facts

The facts highlighted on the Illinois School Report Card for McHenry West High School

The facts highlighted on the Illinois School Report Card for McHenry West High School

Richmond-Burton High School facts

Richmond-Burton High School facts

Facts for Woodstock High School

Facts for Woodstock High School

A sampling of facts about Woodstock North High School

A sampling of facts about Woodstock North High School


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    Type of School Roman Catholic Diocesan Co-educational College Preparatory High School. The 17 Catholic Parishes in McHenry County contribute financial support to the school
    Founded 1959
    Grades 9, 10, 11, 12
    Accreditation North Central Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools
    Recognition Illinois State Board of Education; National Catholic Educational Association
    Graduates Over 99% of Marian’s graduates enter institutions of higher learning
    Class Size The average class size is 22.5 (2013-14)
    Ratio Student/Teacher Ratio is 16.5 to1 (2013-14)
    Open House The annual Open House is scheduled on Sunday, November 24, 2013 from 1:00 – 3:00 PM
    Placement Test The High School Placement Test is administered on Saturday, January 11, 2014 at 8:15 AM
    Enrollment and Makeup of Student Body
    Total Enrollment (2013-14): 714 students
    Catholic: 89.8 %
    Non-Catholic: 10.2 %
    Graduates of McHenry County Catholic Jr. High Schools: 62.9 %
    Graduates of Other Jr. Highs: 37.1 %
    7 McHenry County Catholic Schools are represented in the Marian student body: Montini Catholic School, St. Margaret Mary, SS. Peter and Paul, St. Thomas the Apostle, St. Joseph, St. Mary and St. John the Baptist; 19 public junior highs; as well as private elementary schools.
    Academic Credit Requirements Marian Central requires twenty-four credits for graduation distributed as follows: Credits per Department:
    4 English
    4 Religious Studies
    2 Foreign Language, Art or Music
    3 Science (Biology Included)
    3 Mathematics
    2 Social Studies (.5 Consumer Economics, .5 Government, US History)
    3 Physical Education/Health/First Aid
    3 Electives
    24 Total
    Tuition Assistance There are two types of programs: a) the work/job program; and b) the Fr. Joseph Egan Financial Aid Grant program. Both programs require families to complete an application and submit it to a third party with whom the school contracts to confidentially analyze family need. Grants are based solely upon demonstrated need. The maximum assistance from the Fr. Egan program is three-fifths of the tuition of a family from a participating parish. The job program earnings reduce a family’s tuition by approximately $950 per student. Families can apply for either of the programs or both.
    Transportation Options Transportation options include: a) PACE buses between McHenry, Wonder Lake and Marian; between Crystal Lake and Marian; and between Harvard and Marian; b) Contracted school buses between Marian and the following communities – Marengo, Huntley, Algonquin, Lake In The Hills, Crystal Lake, Oakwood Hills, Cary, Johnsburg, Spring Grove, Richmond, and Hebron; c) Woodstock District 200 buses for families residing within the district; and d) car pooling
    A.C.T Profile
    Class of Composite Score
    2013 24.8
    2012 24.9
    2011 24.3
    2010
    24.7

    2009 24.1
    Marian Central’s ACT scores are the highest in McHenry County. Click here to compare against other area schools.

    National Merit Scholarship Program
    Class of Commended Semi-Finalist
    2014 1 0
    2013 1 2
    2012 5 6
    2011
    7


    2010 8 1
    Illinois State Scholarship Program
    Graduates # Scholars % of Class
    2013 30 19.0%
    2012 37 22.0%
    2011 37 19.0%
    2010
    40

    24.0%
    2009 41 24.4%
    2008 37 22.0%
    Post Graducation Plans & College Scholarships Of the 158 members of the Class of 2013, 94.9% of the class, upon graduation, enrolled in college, .6% joined the military, 1.3%, enrolled in a trade school, 1.3% entered the workforce, 1.9% were undecided. The class members as a whole earned $14.8 million. in college scholarships.
    Conference Affiliation Marian Central is a member of the Suburban Christian Conference. Other schools in the SCC include: Aurora Central Catholic, Aurora Christian, Marmion (Aurora), Rosary (Aurora), St. Edward (Elgin), Immaculate Conception (Elmhurst), Montini (Lombard), Walther Lutheran (Melrose Park), Chicago Christian (Palos Heights), Guerin Prep. (River Grove), St. Francis (Wheaton), and Wheaton Academy.
    Athletic Program The following are the athletic program offerings:
    Boys –

    Fall: Cross Country, Football, Golf, Soccer
    Winter: Basketball, Wrestling
    Spring: Baseball, Tennis, Track & Field
    Girls –

    Fall: Cross Country, Golf, Tennis, Volleyball, Dance Team,Cheerleading
    Winter: Basketball, Dance Team, Cheerleading
    Spring: Soccer, Softball, Track & Field

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