The St. Sabina Approach
What differentiates St. Sabina Academy from most is the unique blend of curriculum, African American History, and fine arts programming infused throughout the school.
St. Sabina Academy teaches the importance of African American History beyond the Civil Rights Movement and highlights those unsung heroes & herons in music, medicine, activism, education, and innovation.
We embrace the discovery of children’s talents and gifts exposing them to the arts such as Jazz, Tap Dance, Choir and Violin. More information on the Jazz Program can be found here.
St. Sabina has Boys Scouts, Girl Scouts, and partnerships with John Marshall Law School and DePaul University.
St. Sabina Academy is the educational outreach ministry of St. Sabina Church.
Therefore, the school shares in the mission of the church and strives to train up Christian children utilizing God’s word, the Bible, and the principles found therein.
The mission scripture is Proverbs 22:6-“Train a child in the way he should go, and when he is old he will not turn from it.”
St. Sabina Academy is a grade school serving students from pre-kindergarten through eighth grade.
Core Values & Purpose
The faculty and administration believe that God has a purpose for every child’s life.
By incorporating the gospel of Jesus Christ and African values, the faculty is committed to teaching and guiding children as they discover their place in the body of Christ.
We reinforce the importance of responsibility, respect, hard work, teamwork, and kindness.
Through (UJIMA) collective work and responsibility, the faculty and administration strive to provide a safe, stable, secure and nurturing environment in which children can achieve academic excellence.