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Principal's Welcome

Ambrosio

"For I know the plans I have for you says the Lord.  Plans to prosper you and not harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.”  Jeremiah 29:11

Welcome to St. Catherine of Siena School.  I am so excited to join this special community and to help the school continue to thrive both spiritually and academically.  The Lord has great plans for each of us, and He walks among us in all we say and do. The future of this school is bright!

As a Catholic School we are here to educate the whole child; mind, body and spirit.  While striving to achieve the highest of academic standards, we will not forget the beauty and gift of each child present in our school.  We will nurture their spirits by modeling the love of Jesus Christ in all we say and do.  We will give thanks each day as a community for our faith and for each other.  In our uncertain times, Catholic Education stands as a beacon of hope for the future.  We stand for the values, morals and Gospel messages that are timeless.  These messages are reinforced each and every day.

Our talented teachers deliver unique and challenging lessons to inspire a love of life-long learning.  They work collaboratively to meet the needs of all students and prepare them for high school and beyond.  We are committed to a personalized learning model that will be in place so that each child is able to reach his or her potential. 

Our well-rounded students participate in the arts, foreign language and extracurricular activities. Our parent community is involved and supportive and actively participates in events outside of the school such as our annual Movie Night, Apple Run and Trunk or Treat. 

One visit to our school, and you will see that smiles are contagious, the positive energy hard to miss.  It is a place unlike any other.  We welcome new families with open arms and hearts, just as we welcome second and third generations of SCSS families. If you are considering Catholic Education, I encourage you to schedule a visit and see for yourself.  

God bless,

Rachel Ambrosio

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