With the active involvement of parents, who are primary educators of their children, St. Dominic School will achieve our distinctive purpose: to create a school community where human culture and knowledge, enlivened by faith, is shared in a family atmosphere among parents, priests, teachers, students, and the parish faith communities in a spirit of freedom and love.
In the beginning of the Catholic community in Bolingbrook, Illinois, St. Dominic Parish grew into two different locations. Later in 1981, one of the locations developed into St. Francis Parish. From this unique history of Catholicism in the Bolingbrook area, St. Dominic School serves both parishes of St. Dominic and St. Francis. We are grateful for the continual support for Catholic education by Father Franklin Duran (Pastor of St. Dominic), Father Herb Essig (Pastor of St. Francis), Father Roy Jacob (Parochial Vicar of St. Dominic), and Father Pat Murphy (Parochial Vicar of St. Francis).
St. Dominic School is also affiliated with the Dominican Sisters of St. Cecilia of Nashville, TN. Following the footsteps of St. Dominic, the sisters continue the work of evangelization of the Gospel through their teaching and service in schools. Currently, three sisters serve at St. Dominic, as a principal, a second grade teacher, and junior high teacher.