We believe your child is a gift from our loving God.
95% of our Elementary students score above the national average in Language skills.
90% of our Elementary students score above the national average in Reading.
85% of our Elementary students score above the national average in Math.
We are committed to making Catholic education an affordable option for families.
Financial Aid and Scholarship programs are available to help with the cost of attending our schools.
High Graduation Rates
Over 98% of our students graduate from High School.
Annually over $40 Million in scholarship funds are offered to graduates of Catholic Schools in the Diocese of Harrisburg.
1. Every Child is a gift from God
2. Parents are the primary educators of their children
3. Teachers are a partner with the family in the educational process
4. Every person must be treated with dignity, respect, and care
5. The school is rooted in the life of the parish
Mr. Daniel Breen
Superintendent of Catholic Schools and Secretary for Education
A quality private Catholic education comes with a cost. Our schools work hard to offer the most affordable tuition possible for parents who want to make that choice. Check with your local school for tuition assistance and scholarship information.
As the Catholic Schools Office of the Diocese of Harrisburg, we envision education as a lifelong process that can actualize the full human and spiritual potential of all people, calling them to discover, internalize, proclaim, and live the Gospel message and to grow in faith.
Proclaiming the Good News of Jesus Christ, the Catholic Schools Office of the Diocese of Harrisburg supports their Catholic Schools by promoting the spiritual, academic, social, and physical development of students in an environment that is distinctly marked by the values of our Catholic faith.
Values Based Learning
Our schools are Christ-centered with a goal to provide the best spiritual formation for each child’s body, mind, and soul and to educate each student intellectually, spiritually, and morally.
Students in almost all our schools have access to a world class wide area network that brings untold educational resources and opportunities to them in well equipped classrooms.
Our schools are accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools and are members of the National Catholic Education Association. Catholic schools are unique faith-centered communities that integrate thinking and believing in ways that encourage intellectual growth and nurture faith and inspiration. They create a supportive and challenging climate which affirms the dignity of all persons within the school community.Please check out our schools.
A Dozen Reasons to Choose Catholic Schools
1 We offer an education that combines Catholic faith and teachings with academic excellence.
2 We partner with parents in the faith formation of their children.
3 We set high standards for student achievement and help them succeed.
4 We provide a balanced academic curriculum that integrates faith, culture and life.
5 We use technology effectively to enhance education.
6 We instill in students the value of service to others.
7 We teach children respect of self and others.
8 We emphasize moral development and self-discipline.
9 We prepare students to be productive citizens and future leaders.
10 We have a 99 percent high school graduation rate. 85 percent of our graduates go to college.
11 We cultivate a faculty and staff of people who are dedicated, caring and effective.
12 We provide a safe and welcoming environment for all.
Courtesy of the National Catholic Education Association www.ncea.org
Office: 717-657-4804 x223
Office: 717-657-4804 x222
Office: 717-657-4804 x229
|Mr. Daniel Breen||Secretary for Education and Superintendent of Schools||717-657-4804|
|Mrs. Margaret Barrett||Associate Superintendent for Curriculum and Government Programs||717-657-4804|
|Mr. Francis Bach Esq||Board Member|
|Mrs. Susan Mareck||Board Member|
|Rev. Philip Burger||Board Member|
|Mrs. Adrienne Howe||Board Member|
|Mr. Charles Swanderski||Board Member|
|Mr. Daniel Phillips||Board Member|
|Mr. Douglas Little, PhD||Board Member|
|Mr. Phillip J Murren Esq||Board Member|
|Dr. Eric Zeglen, PhD||Board Member|