Welcome to St. Ann Catholic School!
Founded by the Sisters of the Holy Family of Nazareth, St. Ann Catholic School has been serving the Pilsen community of Chicago for over a century. It is here where our children and their families are surrounded by people who give witness to Gospel values and who share their faith. With Christ as our model, we teach our students to see themselves as scholars, as well as Saints. We pride ourselves in the academic rigor that our teachers provide in the classroom, as well as the Christ-like expectations that all of our students are expected to uphold.
Our school has strong relationships with many organizations throughout Chicago and beyond, and we are committed to providing a top quality Catholic education to all those who seek it regardless of financial means. God is alive at St. Ann through the goodness of so many people who support our school by offering prayers, resources, and service.
Whether a current or prospective parent, teacher, alumni, or benefactor, I invite you to visit us, and I hope that you will join our Catholic community so we may together build relationships that provide the best education possible for our students.
What a blessing it is to be a part of the St. Ann community!
About Ms. Corrigan
This is Ms. Corrigan’s fourth year at St. Ann and tenth year as a Principal. Ms. Corrigan is passionate about education and seeks to foster a Christ-like culture of joy and inclusivity at St. Ann while helping students reach their full human potential. In addition to her role as Principal of St. Ann School, Ms. Corrigan is the co-president of the Archdiocesan Principal’s Association, teaching assistant at the University of Notre Dame’s Remick Leadership graduate program, co-facilitator of the New Network Leaders program with the Big Shoulders Fund, and she is also a Sullivan Fellow within the Big Shoulders Fund network.
Ms. Corrigan holds a Bachelor’s degree in History with a minor in Secondary Education and Political Science from Saint Mary’s College in Notre Dame, IN, and a Master’s Degree in Educational Administration from the University of Notre Dame. This is Ms. Corrigan’s 12th year in education.