Counseling

College Fair 2021

The Counseling Departments of Brother Rice and Mother McAuley High Schools cordially invite you to participate in our combined College Fair which will be held on Wednesday, September 29, 2021 from 6:30 – 8:30 p.m.

We ask that representatives arrive between 5:30 and 6:00 p.m. to allow sufficient time to find your location and set up your materials.  Beginning at 6:30 p.m., students and their parents will start visiting with college representatives located at Brother Rice and/or Mother McAuley.  

To help us plan a successful program, we would appreciate your response via our secure website by September 3, 2021.  In order to streamline our communications with the admissions representatives, we will be accepting reservations through our website.  You will receive notification of your College Fair location via email, so please be sure to include an active, accessible e-mail address when responding.   

RSVP

 


College Athlete Night

When: Wednesday, September 29th at 6:00pm in the Media Center at Mother McAuley before the College Fair

This presentation will include NCAA Rules, Regulations, and Recruiting Process

Parents and Student-Athletes from Mother McAuley or Brother Rice are invited to join Ms. Mixan to receive important information regarding the college athlete process. If you are interested in playing a sport in college, do not miss this opportunity to get your questions answered. Freshman, Sophomore, and Junior families are welcome to attend. 

 


Scholarships & Financial Aid

Detailed scholarship information is located in the College Center and can also be found in Naviance under the Colleges tab.
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Colleges & Universities

Common App
HBCU Application
Aspira: Resources for Hispanic Youth
Catholic Colleges- Comprehensive resource of Catholic colleges
Historically Black Colleges and Universities: Comprehensive resource of all HBCU's
Jesuit Universities: Comprehensive resource of Jesuit colleges
First Generation Students: Resource for students who do not have a parent who graduated from a 4-year college or university

 Class of 2021 Accomplishments

  • 85% accepted to their first choice school
  • $53 million in scholarships 
  • 5 A. Franklin Pilchard scholars
  • 1 Posse Foundation scholar 
  • 14 college athletic commitments 
  • 65 National Honor Society Members
  • 35 Illinois State Scholars
  • 16 Catherine McAuley Honors Scholars