In honor of ASA's 10th anniversary, artist John McCoy is creating a mural at the middle school campus.
Bishop Walkowiak joined the students for their morning chapel prayer and a tour on Feb. 26.
Investments grow free of federal taxes, and withdrawals are free of federal taxes when spent on qualified education expenses for elementary, secondary or higher education.
Our Catholic schools are a ministry of our diocese and all of its parishes.
Students delivered clothes, health, hygiene and food items throughout downtown Grand Rapids.
In celebration of Catholic Schools Week, students around the Diocese of Grand Rapids joined together in praying the rosary.
Everyone present gave thanks for the gift of Catholic education founded upon the cornerstone of Jesus Christ.
Catholic education in the Diocese of Grand Rapids has a long history -- and a bright future.
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.
When we support Catholic school students, we form the future Catholic Church and build Christ’s kingdom on Earth.