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2022-2023 Catholic High School Guide
Updated 8/22/2022: PreK-12 Health and Safety Guidance for the 2022-2023 School Year
Our primary goal is to ensure a safe and responsible approach to full in-person learning.
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
'Life is inherently good': Local students give witness at first post-Roe March for Life
Divine Child students visit Holocaust Museum, Arlington National Cemetery to add whole-life perspective to D.C. trip
Catholic school enrollment steady in Archdiocese of Detroit after ‘COVID bump’
Test scores improved in 2021-22 academic year as teachers incorporate new students into the classroom from area public schools
For Shrine runners, pre-race Mass starts state meet on the right foot
Although long-distance runners don’t require much in the way of equipment, it’s essential to have a good pair of running shoes. And if those shoes should happen to be blessed with holy water, the race can even be more meaningful.
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