I often hear parents say that providing a Catholic school education for their children is the best investment they’ve ever made.
Parents value the smaller class sizes, which foster more individualized instruction, and support the ongoing emphasis on prayer and liturgy. They relish a school’s close-knit community, where the principal and teachers know the names of both students and family members. And parents also appreciate an education that links academics, arts, technology, and faith.
Catholic schools provide students with the knowledge, values, social skills, dedication to service and self-discipline that enable them not only to succeed in life but also contribute to the world.
Giving your children the gift of a Catholic education immerses them in a loving and faith-filled academic culture. They will see the benefits of that nurturing experience long after you’ve written the last tuition check — in their friendships, their careers, their contributions to society and their relationship with God.
Please join me in celebrating the lifelong benefits of a Catholic school during Catholic Schools Week, which takes place January 26 through February 1.
We have much to celebrate!