Many sports are offered as an opportunity for student involvement: baseball, basketball, softball, soccer, dance, swimming, football, cross country, tennis, golf and track and field.
Kankakee offers many points of interest including the riverview historic district with victorian homes and English gardens, Frank Lloyd Wright houses, an art museum, railroad museum, and the Kankakee River, which provides opportunities for boating and canoeing
Moline - Illinois
QCCS desires to prepare young people for career and life experiences through its spiritual, academic, vocational, and athletic development. College preparatory classes, as well as advanced placement or honors courses are available.
Bible, English, Social Studies/History, Science, Math, Computer, Foreign Language, Fine Arts, Physical Education, Psychology, Choir, Journalism. Basketball, Bowling, Cross Country, Football, Golf, Soccer, Swimming & Diving, Track & Field, Volleyball, Chess, Debate, Drama & Group Interpretation, Individual Events, Journalism, Music,
Located between the banks of the Mississippi and Rock River, Moline is one of the four cities making up the major Midwest metropolitan area referred to as the Quad Cities. Recreational activities and nature watching opportunities are also available at the city’s numerous state parks including Jefferson Park, Kiwanis Park, Millennium Park and Riverside Park. 150miles west of Chicago and midway between Minneapolis to the north and St. Louis to the South, Moline hosts many Quad City events such as the Quad Cities Marathon, the Greek Cultural Festival Moline and the Taste of the Quad Cities.
Breese - Illinois
Mater Dei High School seeks to build a community of learners among its faculty, staff, students, and parents. The school fosters an environment of consideration and acceptance, while challenging its members to develop their potential thorugh strong educational and extra-curricular programs.
Religion, Business Education, Driver Education, English, Fine Arts, Foreign Languages, Industrial Education, Mathematics, Physical Education, Science, Social Studies
A wide variety of clubs, athletics, and special programs and services provide opportunities for students to become involved in the school community. Some clubs include Model U.N., chorus, and band. Many sports are offered such as baseball, basketball, track, golf, soccer, football, and volleyball.
Breese, IL, a suburb of St. Louis, MO, is just a short drive away from the big city, but still has a small town feel. St. Louis offers the arts, theater, The Gateway Arch, and many museums
Saginaw - Michigan
Valley Lutheran High School believes that Christ is the foundation of the school and in everything that they do. They prepare their students as children of God academically, physically, socially, emotionally and spiritually to serve in the world today and tomorrow.
Business, Computers, English Literature, Fine Arts, Music, Foreign Language, Math, Physical Education, Religion, Science, History, Economics, Psychology, Vocational Education
With nearly 90% of graduates going on to college, a strong College Prep Program is an important part of their school. They also offer three foreign language courses. Facilities include baseball, softball, soccer, and football fields as well as an 8 lane all-weather track, all at their site. Their building includes a gymnasium with seating for nearly 1,000.
Located in the center of Mid-Michigan on the Saginaw River, Saginaw was once a bustling lumber town. Today, with a population of 61,799, Saginaw is once again a city on the rise, with a beautiful downtown, multi-cultural activities, a children's zoo, and an OHL hockey team.
Dyersville - Iowa
Located in Dyersville, Iowa, a town of approximately 4,000 people in eastern Iowa. Beckman offers an array of extra curricular activies and a comprehensive high school curriculum with a strong emphasis toward post secondary preparation including Advanced Placement courses and post secondary educational options.
Art, Band, Business, Chorus, Computers, English, Guidance, Industrial Technology, Math, Physical Education, Health, Resource, Science, Social Studies, Spanish, Theology
A variety of competitive sports offers ample opportunities for student involvement. A few examples are: football, basketball, cross-country, track, volleyball, baseball, soccer, and golf. In addition to sports, there are many extra curricular activities offered.
Dyersville is known for its generous hospitality among the town's 4,000 residents. It is the home of the Academy award nominated film "Field of Dreams". The Downtown area just completed a Streetscape project, which enhances the beauty of its many historical buildings and quaint shops.
Fort Wayne - Indiana
At Bishop Luers, the student -teacher ratio is 18:1. Their goal is to help students develop spiritually, academically, and socially. This maturity nurtured by Caholic truths will enable each graduate to face the challenges in his or her own life while serving God and others in a changing society.
Art, Business, English, Foreign Language, Mathematics, Music, Physical Education, Health, Religion, Science, Social Studies
Home of the Knights, Bishop Luers offers many sports opportunities such as baseball, basketball, tennis, soccer, volleyball, wrestling, and their award winning football team.
Fort Wayne, Indiana's second largest city, is located in northeastern Indiana. For a mid-size city, Fort Wayne takes great pride in its award-winning and extensive park system. Although no major league teams are in the Fort Wayne area, Fort Wayne is home to many professional development and minor league teams that include soccer, ice hockey, baseball, basketball, and football.
Appleton - Wisconsin
FVLHS offers educational programs that prepare students for college, ministry, and the workforce. Over 85 percent of FVL graduates seek to continue their education on the college or technical college level. Cocurricular offerings available to students include math club, forensics team, theatre, band, and yearbook.
Religion, English, Fine Ats, Health, Physical Education, Technical Education, Basics, Mathematics, Science, Electives, Social Studies
Offers an athletic program of interscholastic sports for boys and girls on the freshman, junior varsity, and varsity levels.
Appleton shares its history with Lawrence University, located along the Fox River Valley. The city is filled with large and numerous trees, the numerous city parks, the lively downtown, the diversity and quality of its restaurants, the security and peacefulness of the community, and the friendliness of the people.
Freeman - South Dakota
Freeman Academy serves students in grades 5 through 12. The high school curriculum is designed to prepare students for college. The school places emphasis on student involvement and hands-on experience. Small class sizes foster close relationships. Freeman Academy provides a strong academic program with a quality arts emphasis for all grade levels. Freeman Academy has a long tradition of excelling in the arts. Every student can take an active part in any of the arts.
Bible, Computer Science, Driver's Education, English, Foreign Language, Mathematics, Natural Science, Social Science, Vocational Agriculture, Independent Study Courses, Art, Fine Arts, Music
At Freeman Academy, all students are welcome to participate in athletics. A small student body means that any student willing to commit the required time and energy has the chance to fully participate in sports. Coaches try to encourage students at all levels of ability: the beginner trying to get a taste for something new, the middle school student seeking to improve his/her skills, and the upperclassman excited for another season as a "Bobcat."
Settled by German Mennonites from Russia in the 1870s, this South Dakotan town was ranked top home town in the state in 2001. Although rural, Freeman is an hour away from Sioux Falls, the largest city in South Dakota, which offers plenty of recreation and sightseeing opportunities year-round. South Dakota is a paradise for nature lovers. Yhr vombintion of natural wonders and Native American and frontier legend is a made-to-order attraction.
Mentor - Ohio
Located in Mentor, Ohio, Lake Catholic High School is a suburb east of Cleveland along the shores of Lake Erie. Charles J. Roman, President Lake Catholic High School is owned by the Diocese of Cleveland. A religious based, co-ed college preparatory program with electives in Technology, Fine Arts, Family and Consumer Science, and Business Education for students in grades 9-12.
Religious Studies, English, Social Studies, Science, Mathematics, Physical Education, Health, Fine & Performing Arts, Computer, Industrial Technology, Foreign Lanuages, Visual Arts
A variety of competitive sports offers ample opportunities for student involvement: Baseball, Basketball, Soccer, Tennis, Cheerleading, Cross Country, Dance, Fastpitch, Football, Golf, Gymnastics, Hockey, Powder Puff Football, Swimming, Track, Volleyball, Wrestling
Mentor offers an incomparable lifestyle for its more than 50,000 residents. Located 30 miles east of downtown Cleveland, this lakefront community boasts an award-winning 930-acre park system with 11 community parks, three swimming pools, an ice arena with two ice rinks, inline skating parks and miles of bike and jogging trails. Mentor is home to Headlands State Park on Lake Erie, three lakefront nature preserves, and Lawnfield - the restored home of the 20th President James A. Garfield.
Pella - Iowa