Catholic schools in the Diocese of Grand Rapids are celebrating the new school year, the adoption of a new curriculum, and the opening of a new school.
The school leaders explored ways students can help marginalized members of the community.
Catholic school students grow in faith and grace, achieve more in school and life, develop creativity and character, and feel welcomed and cherished for their unique gifts.
“If I hadn’t gone to a Catholic school, I wouldn’t have become the man that I am today.”
"It's really been warm, loving and welcoming...that's all I could ask for."
"I love who I have become through my Catholic education."
Rev. Peter Damian, pastor of Saint Paul the Apostle Catholic Parish in Grand Rapids, is pleased to announce the hiring of Mrs. Michelle Morrow as school principal.
La Mejor GR presentó las escuelas católicas en una transmisión reciente. | La Mejor GR featured Catholic schools in a recent broadcast.
The College Board president and CEO published a recent column attesting to some of the comprehensive benefits of religious schools.
Planned features include three teaching spaces, raised plant beds, water tables, sensory areas, natural slides and natural balance beams.