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.
On a recent fall afternoon, the 30 children dipped their hands in paint and then placed them on quilt blocks.
An inspiring painting has now been officially installed inside the entrance of All Saints Academy’s middle school campus, showing a group of saints adoring Christ in the Eucharist.
The Office of Catholic Schools sponsored Echoes & Reflections, a joint program of the Anti-Defamation League, USC Shoah Foundation and Yad Vashem.
Dave Faber was part of a panel discussion with veteran superintendents focusing on leadership, connecting teachers with each other, and more.
Members of school boards across the Diocese of Grand Rapids recently gathered to share best practices, brainstorm, and advance Catholic education in our community.
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.
Beyond just hearing the Gospel, St. Paul students are striving to live it every day.