This entire week, Catholic schools in the diocese of Grand Rapids and across the nation have been celebrating Catholic Schools Week.
We recently asked parents what their children are learning in their Catholic school.
We recently asked parents how their child’s Catholic school has helped him or her grow closer to God.
We recently asked parents how their Catholic schools’ co-curricular activities are helping their children grow.
A hallmark of Catholic education in the Diocese of Grand Rapids is the welcoming community where every child is honored and celebrated.
When we asked parents how their entire families are benefitting from their child being in a Catholic school, they expressed a clear appreciation for having faith as a part of their childrens’ daily lives, including in every school subject.
We recently asked parents about their child’s dreams for the future and how their Catholic school is helping him or her get there. They shared some amazing testimonials!
St. Stephen Catholic School in East Grand Rapids offers an international program known as the Arrowsmith Program, which is only available in two schools in the entire state of Michigan.
Angela Denny has a strong faith and Catholic school background. She challenges her students in academics while still having fun doing it.
Catholic schools know that our children are our future. We need to stand against evil and leave a legacy of goodness to help make the world a better place.