Founded in 1861 and located in Chicago, Saint Patrick High School is a Catholic school for boys. The school enrolls more than 950 students in grades nine through 12. Its curriculum includes English, mathematics, art, science, social studies, and foreign languages with a choice in German and Spanish. Additionally, the school provides courses in business, religion, marketing, world history, and visual and performing arts. The school has a cafeteria and gymnasium, and offer student support services. Saint Patrick High School organizes various extracurricular activities, such as art, music, drama and theater and field trips. The high school has a library and media center that provides curriculum books, magazines, newspapers, audiovisual aids and computer workstations. It also provides various sports activities, such as baseball, basketball, bowling, football, cross country, swimming and tennis. Saint Patrick High School offers the National Honor Society programs, career counseling, and student clubs and organizations.