Welcome to Noonan Academy
Noonan Elementary Academy is an independent, Catholic school in Mokena, IL serving preschool through 8th grade. Noonan also offers day care, including nursery.
Noonan provides its students with a rigorous and innovative educational program that is academically challenging and personally supportive. Noonan is committed to developing the full potential of each student by fostering intellectual development, strong character formation and spiritual growth.
Academic excellence begins with tailoring an individual educational plan for each student to assure a strong foundation in learning skills and the core subject areas. Intellectual growth is complemented with classroom and after school programs to develop nutritional awareness, independent study skills and to foster the social, moral, physical and aesthetic development of each student.
Noonan Elementary Academy Mission Statement
Our Academy is dedicated to the Sacred Heart of Jesus and the Immaculate Heart of Mary, under the guidance of the Holy Spirit.
We are committed to excellence. We are ordinary people who, with God’s help, will accomplish the extraordinary. When parents and school work together reinforcing each other every step of the way, the children will win. We love and respect one another. The child must see us acting in unison and speaking with one voice. We must be family.
Our Faculty Rocks!
Our independence permits us to selectively recruit, develop and retain experienced educators who have demonstrated teaching excellence.
Have A Look Around
Our building is uniquely designed to create the best possible learning environment.
We Grow Students Spiritually
We seek to develop in each student a ongoing relationship with God and knowledge of Sacred Scripture.
“I believe Noonan has given my three children values. I feel the love and dedication of the staff and principal are vital to creating an environment where children feel safe and loved. Noonan has taught my children to share their love, faith and knowledge with others, especially in their own family.”