1015 Rose Avenue
|Type||Private, All Women|
|Motto||Veritatem Facientes in Caritate|
(Proclaiming the truth in love. Ephesians 4: 15)
|Principal||Dr. Jamie Vasquez|
|Chaplain||Fr. Gerry Kolf|
|Color(s)||Blue and White|
|Fight song||"Eagles soar, eagles soar, fight to win, beat the foe, up the score, we are blue and white, we will always fight, eagles soar, eagles soar!"|
|Mascot||Penelope the Eagle|
|Accreditation||American Independent Schools Association|
|Newspaper||The Eaglette, formerly Beyond the Clock|
|Tuition||$13,000 (high school), $8,250 (middle school)|
Willows Academy is an all-girls private school in Des Plaines, Illinois, United States, with its religious education under the direction of Opus Dei. The school is divided into the Middle School (6-8) and High School (9-12). There are approximately 250 students enrolled in grades 6-12, with about 25 students per middle school class and 40 students per high school class. The original school was located on Vernon Avenue in Glencoe, IL. The second location was in Niles, IL.
The school is a member of the Illinois High School Association and the Independent Schools' League. The Academy was named one of the best 50 Catholic secondary schools in the nation in 2008 and is on the 2008 Catholic High School Honor Roll.
The school was founded in 1974 by a group of parents and educators in the Chicago area.
Willows Academy has four sports that compete under IHSA regulations in the Class 2A division. The Willows offers a variety of athletics to girls in all grades.
The Willows is associated with the Independent Schools League (ISL) and competes in inter-league volleyball, cross country, basketball, softball and soccer.
Middle School Athletics: Volleyball, Cross County, Basketball, Soccer
High School Athletics: Volleyball, Cross Country, Basketball, Soccer, Softball