Gordon Tech High School

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Gordon Tech High School, formerly known as Gordon Technical High School, is a Roman Catholic high school located in Chicago, Illinois. It is located on the north side of Chicago on Addison Street and California Avenue. It is located in the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Chicago. The school is named in honor of the Very Reverend Francis Gordon, an influential and high ranking member of the Congregation of the Resurrection.

School history

Gordon Technical High School was opened in 1952 at Division Street and Haddon Avenue. The school was built in the wake of the relocation of another high school run by the Congregation of the Resurrection, Archbishop Weber High School, which closed in 1999. The school was founded at the request of Cardinal Samuel Stritch, who envisioned a new type of Catholic high school, one that had both a college preparatory curriculum, and a technical curriculum. The school moved to its current campus in 1961. The school formally shortened its name to Gordon Tech in 1999. In 2001, the new school motto was adopted, replacing the old motto Ad Viros Faciendos (The Maker of Men). The school was an all–male school until 2002 when women were admitted.


The school uses a block schedule where students meet for four 85–minute classes each day. While English and math classes are taught on alternating days for an entire year, other courses are taught on a...
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