Our Catholic schools are a ministry of our diocese and all of its parishes.
Everyone present gave thanks for the gift of Catholic education founded upon the cornerstone of Jesus Christ.
More than 6,600 students in 30 Catholic schools across the Diocese of Grand Rapids are celebrating national Catholic Schools Week, Jan. 28-Feb. 3.
Read Bishop Walkowiak's statement marking the celebration of Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
We really enjoy getting to share the stories of Catholic education in the Diocese of Grand Rapids, so here are the year's most-visited articles on CatholicSchools4U.org.
Most Reverend David J. Walkowiak, bishop of the Diocese of Grand Rapids, is pleased to announce that a new independent Catholic elementary school will open in Ada in the fall of 2018.
The newly-dedicated, state-of-the-art facility at West Catholic High School offers students a flexible learning space.
The All A's Walk is a fall tradition through which the Catholic Central and West Catholic communities support scholarships that help hundreds of students each year, in addition to helping limit overall tuition costs for all students.
Preschool-12th grade enrollment for 2017-18 is 6,605, an increase of 55 students over last school year.
There are several ways to help, including prayers, the NCEA's Student to Student campaign, and other collections.