Summer break may be here for our students, but our administrators are hard at work making sure next year is even better. The principals and key administrators are meeting for six days in June to review progress, data from student, … Read more
Congratulations to our Students, Teachers, and Principals for achieving the high recognition of a Four Star school. This year, for the first time ever, all four of the Lafayette Catholic School System Schools received this distinction: St. Mary Cathedral (PreK-3); … Read more
Congratulations to all of our graduates this year from each of our 4 schools!
- Central Catholic had 64 Graduating Seniors! 98% of these seniors will be going on to attend college or have join the Armed Forces.
- St. Mary had
The Lafayette Catholic School System took a look at its Mission last year and gave it a refresh. “We knew after we launched our new Mission that we needed to take every aspect of it very seriously,” said Neil Wagner, … Read more
SPRING CLEANING OR CHANGING THE HOUSEHOLD FROM WINTER TO SPRING?
Consider donating to Millie’s Thrift Shop at 626 N. Earl Avenue, Mon-Fri, 10:00 – 4;00. Millie’s Place Thrift Store is a non-profit organization that benefits the Teacher Endowment Fund for … Read more
Catholic Schools Week took place last week, and all of our schools celebrated in a variety of ways, including a Mass and Sharing Day with all 4 schools on Wednesday. The elementary students also learned the importance of giving back … Read more
Over the summer, I often hear the question “How is enrollment looking for next year?” And I have to stop and think as the number seems to change daily, and some days it changes hour to hour.
But at the … Read more
Who knew that Switzerland would have a version of our infamous Betty Crocker? Betty Bossi was created in the 1950’s and her recipe books can be found in most Swiss kitchen’s today. And from one of those books comes the … Read more
Priority Placement for new student applications for 2016-17 ended April 15, and to date we have received 34 applications for grades 1 – 12! A few grades are again extremely close to capacity, but there is still space in the … Read more