Our Maintenance Supervisor, Elisha Robinson, and team, worked hard over the summer to make many improvements and get our school campus ready for the new year. We officially opened the new school year on Monday, August 26.
From outdoor science class, to book tastings in language arts, to our opening school liturgy, the first two weeks of school were very exciting and filled with lots of activity!
We are extremely proud to kick off the 2019-2020 school year with an increase in enrollment. This is huge news considering there are only six schools in the diocese and only two in the county reporting increased enrollment numbers this year. We credit the strong enrollment numbers to our incredible faculty and staff and to YOUR positive example and testimonials in the community. Many of our new and prospective families report to us that they have spoken with alum of our school about the benefits of a St. Catharine of Siena education. THANK YOU!
Due to continued construction on Perkiomen Avenue, we will continue to gather as a school community in the gym on Friday mornings for our weekly liturgy at 8:30 am. We welcome guests to the liturgy. Please be assured that we pray for all of you each week as we gather.