Montini Catholic Broncos head back to campus for first day of school

  • From left, sophomore Haley Goetz of Lombard, seniors Reeghan Boyer of Downers Grove and Megan Canty of Hinsdale, sophomore Ella Herrmann of Lombard, and junior Mia Ibarra of Bensenville meet outside Montini Catholic in Lombard during the first day of class Aug. 17.

    From left, sophomore Haley Goetz of Lombard, seniors Reeghan Boyer of Downers Grove and Megan Canty of Hinsdale, sophomore Ella Herrmann of Lombard, and junior Mia Ibarra of Bensenville meet outside Montini Catholic in Lombard during the first day of class Aug. 17. Courtesy of Montini Catholic

  • Montini Catholic students gather on the first day of school Aug. 17, including, from left, sophomores JP Gianatasio of Oak Brook and Alex Marre of Bloomingdale; junior Luke Cushing of Downers Grove; senior Mike Carver of Wheaton; and juniors Mike Wind, Luke Pacelli and Jacob Velasquez, all from Downers Grove.

    Montini Catholic students gather on the first day of school Aug. 17, including, from left, sophomores JP Gianatasio of Oak Brook and Alex Marre of Bloomingdale; junior Luke Cushing of Downers Grove; senior Mike Carver of Wheaton; and juniors Mike Wind, Luke Pacelli and Jacob Velasquez, all from Downers Grove. Courtesy of Montini Catholic

  • Juniors Emma Canty of Hinsdale, Amanda Wozniak of Naperville, and Taylor Utrata of Plainfield stop for a photo during the first day of school at Montini Catholic High School in Lombard.

    Juniors Emma Canty of Hinsdale, Amanda Wozniak of Naperville, and Taylor Utrata of Plainfield stop for a photo during the first day of school at Montini Catholic High School in Lombard. Courtesy of Montini Catholic

 
 
Updated 9/1/2021 12:18 PM

Montini Catholic's hallways were alive once again on Aug. 17 as Principal Kevin Beirne and faculty happily welcomed students back to school for Montini's 56th year of education.

"While the start of the school year is still impacted by the lingering (COVID) virus, it's clear that things this year are much closer to 'normal' than they were last year - and for that we can all be grateful," said Principal Beirne.

 

"We are looking forward to a very successful, positive and safe 2021-22 school year," added President Jim Segredo. "I am very excited about this upcoming school year and looking forward celebrating the new school year with our returning student body as well as the newest members of our large incoming freshman class, the Class of 2025. The first day of school here at Montini is always a great day to be a Bronco!"

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