Catholic education needs you now more than ever! Please consider a donation to the school of your choice for a brighter and stronger tomorrow.

We believe that generosity has the power to unite and heal communities in good times and in bad. A global threat like COVID-19 touches every person on the planet, and it presents an opportunity to come together as a global community.

Even in times of economic crisis, we each have a deep reserve of generosity, which we can deploy in a myriad of ways to make a difference—your time, your kindness, your skills, your prayers, your voice—all are things you can give in addition to charitable donations, and we ask that you be as generous however your means allow.

Today education may look different, but it continues to be a safe haven for all of our students, and with your support, a promising tomorrow!



Learning together while being apart; students and teachers continue their journey! Live lessons, entertaining video lessons and messages, progressing monitoring of skills, project-based activities, independent practice and continued grade curriculum are all combined to make the most of the distance learning experience.


Even in times where we are staying home, our school communities find ways to pray for each other, and with each other. Joining with our parishes we are even attending mass together! Joined in mind and heart through our prayers because we know that Christ dwells among us!


Service is a part of who our children are and who they are becoming. Messages of hope, prayers, donations, caring for those in need and those who are on the frontlines. School buildings are closed, but our hearts are still open to serve!


We look for the blessings in everything that happens to and around us. Through these times of trial, our children will emerge having been surrounded by the inspiration of those on the frontlines, their families, teachers, our religious, and school communities and how they came together to keep their school journey going.


“Just checking in to see how you are doing” has become a mantra from teacher to student, parent to teacher, and back again. The little ways of saying I care have not ever meant more; and have kept our school communities feeling safe and connected. Our children learn that you aren’t ever too young to care about others!


Unafraid to stand before others and be kind, courageous to admit mistakes, eager to learn from others, and willing to educate the entire student in a community of respect, while meeting the challenges around us. In their own ways, the children have been our light through this time!