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How Catholic Schools Make an Impact in the Archdiocese of Detroit
Discover why Catholic schools make a difference for families, communities, and the Church.
Department of Catholic Schools Hires New Associate Superintendent
Announcing the Winning Entries For the Catholic Schools Week 2022 Student Art Contest
Updated 4/11/2022: PreK-12 Health and Safety Guidance for the 2021-2022 School Year
Our primary goal is to ensure a safe and responsible approach to full in-person learning.
School leaders prepare for academic year by brushing up on Theology of the Body
Formation retreat designed to reinforce God's plan for human dignity, flourishing as educators prepare for 2022-23 school year
Archdiocese hires Kim Vigneron to serve Northeast Region's Catholic schools
Vigneron, sister-in-law of archbishop, brings 30 years of education experience, passion for Catholic education to new role
18 Ventures and counting: Family's link to Bishop Foley runs generations deep
Ever since 'Grandma Sandy,' Wardowski family has seen members graduate from Madison Heights school for six decades
Catholic School students are challenged to achieve their full potential. Data shows our students score higher on standardized tests than their public-school counterparts. Nearly all Catholic School students move on to attend college.
Our goal is to educate students in mind, body and spirit. We offer that through solid academics, after-school activities and opportunities to worship and practice the faith. A Catholic education gives students a strong foundation as members of society and the Catholic community.Learn More