In light of theses uncertain times, Brother Rice & Mother McAuley are sensitive and respectful to the constantly changing rules affecting our daily lives. The Brother Rice & Mother McAuley College Fair will be following guidelines set forth by the Illinois Department of Public Health and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to ensure that all students, families, and college representatives are safe and healthy. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to our College Fair Coordinators.
When: Wednesday, September 23rd 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.
The Counseling Department facilitates a comprehensive counseling program that holistically addresses student needs by supporting development in three areas: social/emotional growth, academic achievement and college/career readiness.
We encourage parents and students to inform counselors of any learning, health, personal and/or social problems which may effect a student’s performance. This information is treated with the appropriate professional confidentiality. This information does not become part of the student’s permanent record, nor is it sent to colleges or post-secondary institutions.
The counseling curriculum at McAuley is supported by Naviance, a secure college search database that helps manage the college and career planning process for students and their families. Beginning in their freshman year, all McAuley students are registered and complete a Learning Styles Inventory on Naviance. Each subsequent year, students are introduced to additional tools available on the site to help them with their post-secondary planning. Students and parents can explore college, scholarships, financial aid, and summer opportunities to assist in the college application process. To connect to Naviance Student, please click the button below.