The "big kids" provide the preschoolers one-on-one time with role models, encourage their social emotional skills, and help them feel special.
Students representing all five Catholic high schools in the Diocese of Grand Rapids are among area pilgrims traveling to Washington D.C. for the March for Life.
Come and see what’s possible with an education where Christ illuminates learning and life.
“Many Gifts, One Nation: A Day of Giving to Catholic Schools” is a special, 24-hour event during Catholic Schools Week.
Last year’s national winner was Lana Chalfoun, a student at Saint Thomas the Apostle Catholic School right here in the Diocese of Grand Rapids!
This year brought many blessings to our Catholic schools, and it's wonderful getting to share the stories of these blessings.
This year, our schools have welcomed 38 international students.
The Catholic United model allows students to meet new teammates, further strengthens our alliance of Catholic schools, and demonstrates the unity of the Body of Christ.
Several 8th graders at St. John Vianney Catholic School in Wyoming are surrounding their classmates with positivity.
The online safety experts at ProtectYoungEyes.com offer excellent information about guarding your family from objectionable content.