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Tepeyac Celebrates 95 Years

Our Lady of Tepeyac High School celebrates its 95th year of empowering young women. 

Since opening our doors in 1927, 2228 South Whipple has been a place where girls learn, grow and find their voices. We look forward to sharing all of the ways that Tepeyac will mark this special anniversary with our students, faculty & staff, families as well as the larger community. 

We launched our 95th year school celebrations by gathering in our beautiful courtyard and enjoying delicious cupcakes. We began and ended with prayer and heard more regarding our trajectory over the years including fun facts that happened in the world 95 years ago! What a great end to a hot summer day!

College Dorm gifts from a Wonderful group of Women!

The Senior Class had a fun surprise at their Baccalaureate Luncheon. All thanks to Guild 9, a wonderful group of women from our sharing parish, Our Lady of Perpetual Help in Glenview.

The seniors were thrilled, needless to say, and had fun sorting through all of the wonderful items that filled their baskets. It was the perfect end to a morning of celebration.

This group of AMAZING women put baskets with many gifts together that will be needed and great for college. We are incredibly grateful for their support.

Graduation - Class of 2022

The Our Lady of Tepeyac High School Class of 2022 graduated on Saturday, May 28th surrounded by their families and their school community

We are so proud of each of these young women. 27% of the Class of 2022 are the first in their family to graduate from high school and 71% are the first to go on to college. 100% of the Class of 2022 graduated and are moving on to colleges, universities and professional programs. In addition, they have earned more than $8.3 million in Grants and Scholarships.

We are so proud of the senior class not only for this achievement but for persevering as they finished their year. We are excited to see all of the great things they will accomplish in college and in their future careers.These young ladies have worked hard and are ready for the next journey. The Class of 2022 received acceptances to DePaul University, National Louis University, University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign, Valparaiso University and many more. CLICK HERE to see the entire list of schools.

We wish you all the best, Tepeyac sisters!

Best wishes to the Tepeyac graduates!

Fantastic Freshwomen

Student Feature: Melannie Castro, Class of 2025. "The best part of being a Freshwoman is making such great friends and creating bonds with people, I like being a Student Ambassador and being in the Service Club because I look forward to seeing my friends after school."

Last fall, Melannie Castro was eagerly awaiting the first day of school. She came to us from Chicago Public School, Ruben Salazar Elementary School. "What I was looking forward to the most was getting to know my teachers," she shared. Since the first time she visited OLT at a Shadow Day, Melannie immediately knew this is where she would spend her high school years.

She definitely carried her enthusiasm into her freshwomen year; getting involved in after school activities, being a great student helper and always encouraging her classmates to have a positive attitude.

Melannie is a cheerleader for the Class of 2025 - beaming school spirit and pride. We are happy to have students like Melannie and look forward to her future years and accomplishments at Tepeyac!

Melannie (right) with Senior, Autumn Wilson at a Student Ambassador Ice Cream Social.

Mother of the Americas Kermes

Mother of the Americas Parish welcomed the Little Village community to a family friendly event this past Sunday. Tepeyac girls were glad to be a part of it

Fun and Games For All!  Last year, Our Lady of Tepeyac, Assumption BVM and St. Roman's Parish united to form Mother of the Americas Parish. We are celebrating together at the church at Cermak & Whipple. The schools will retain their names.

The Kermes, Spanish for a Catholic bazaar or fundraiser, was organized and run by the parish. There was great food, music, games and more!  A few students ran a booth to provide free face painting for the children. The kids were beaming with joy! We also provided fans to the people who attended - they came in handy, particularly because of the hot day. We even got Fr. Tom in the dunk tank! The Kermes was a great way at bring our community together.  The newly united parish has also been holding street masses to promote unity and peace. Read more here.