Welcome to St. Mary Cathedral School
Providing quality Catholic education for Pre-Kindergarten thru 8th Grade students.
The Keys to Sainthood":
Love, Cooperation, Preparation, Discipline, Effort, Attitude, Motivation and Performance.
Parents are invited to join us for 2 very special Masses as we begin our school year:
On Friday, August 26, we will celebrate our First All-School Mass (Grades 1 - 8) at 8:00 a.m. Please join us if you can.
On Monday, August 29, Bishop Rice will be here to celebrate Mass with our students (Grades 1 - 8), faculty, and parishioners. We hope many of you will be able to spend some time in prayer and celebration as Bishop Rice continues his tour of the parishes.
EVERYONE IS INVITED TO JOIN US THIS SUNDAY FOR THE ANNUAL PARISH PICNIC!!! ACTIVITIES BEGIN AT 11:30 WITH A WONDERFUL MEAL -- Everyone is asked to bring a covered dish to share -- FOLLOWED BY MANY, MANY ACTIVITIES FOR ALL AGES. WE HOPE TO SEE YOU THERE!
Free Sports Physicals for Grades 6 - 8: We send our sincere thanks to Dr. Michael Jedlinski and Teresa Brandon for providing free physicals for all of our School League athletes (Grades 6 - 8) again this year. Physicals will be given on Wednesday, August 31, during the school day. All students MUST return the "Intent to Participate" form and the Physical Permission Form signed by student and parent in order to receive the exam. Parents must sign both forms and fill out the top portion of the physical form.
Volleyball season is already upon us... Uniforms will be handed out after school on Friday, August 26. The A-Team girls play in a Preseason Tournament this Saturday at Saxony High School. First game is at 8:00 a.m. The A, B and C Teams will begin their seasons on Monday, August 29, when they play East Perry County on their home court. The girls play St. Vincent of Cape on August 31st on their home court. Join us if you can!!!
St. Mary Cathedral School has been named to the Renaissance Honor Roll
for our "dedication to accelerating student achievement and effectively implementing Renaissance Learnings' data-driven technology."
**This is the 19th consecutive year our school has been awarded the highest Renaissance Learning award for school-wide performance.
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