School parent Annmarie Karaza, discusses the value of the friendships students and their families develop in Catholic school. The strength of the individuals and of the community supports achievement and good choices.
Parents of graduated students, Karen and Robert DiOrio, look back on children’s elementary and secondary education and how it prepared them for everything that ‘comes next’.
In today’s crazy world, what are the characteristics that benefit students who attend a Catholic school, and why do they matter. Parent Patrick Mahon discusses the benefits of a Catholic education, why they matter, and how his children’s education is forming them to be better people.
Catholic school parent Tara Riordan discusses how Catholic school supported the continuity and sibling support for her children. The Nursery through Eighth grade focus of Catholic Elementary Schools assures continuity of a student’s education, and allows multiple-child families to keep siblings together to support each other.
Not all education systems are made equal. Each school or educational system has its own principles and philosophies that govern how they teach and develop a child. Having said that, a Catholic education system has been proven in time, surveys and studies to offer advantages compared to other forms of education systems. Source: People’s Alliance for Continuing Education (PACE) paceorg.net
“I don’t know how else we would have managed through these unprecedented times.”- Shanna Llewellyn, a parent from Holy Name of Mary School in Valley Stream comments on how the teaching staff and supporting technology supported students’ learning from home.