A Catholic school education is an extraordinary experience for children – mind, body and soul.
Our Catholic schools are known for excellence. They combine academic rigor with high standards of personal responsibility and a commitment to service in safe, nurturing learning environments. Catholic schools provide an extraordinary experience for children: mind, heart and soul. Ask any Catholic school parent why they chose their Catholic school. They may tell you it was the right choice for their child, but more often, they’ll explain it was the right choice for their family. “We found a supportive community,” they’ll say. “We found a new home.”
students graduated from Catholic grade schools in the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis in 2016.
in the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis (Chesterton Academy in Edina and Elizabeth Ann Seton Montessori in West St. Paul).
copies of the brand new CSCOE magazine distributed to parents at 79 schools throughout the Archdiocese.
are set to open during the 2016-17, due in part to CSCOE’s financial support and the creation of the Catholic Preschool Network of Excellence.
people reached through CSCOE-sponsored media coverage of Catholic grade schools in the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis - some more than once.
lucky archdiocesan principals traveled to sunny San Diego for the annual National Catholic Educational Association conference.
meals packed by students for hungry children through the CSCOE-sponsored Feed My Starving Children Mobile Pack event.
principal and teacher Scholarships granted for the 2016-18 Archbishop Harry J. Flynn Catechetical Institute.