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Schedule a Shadow Day

Be a STAR for a Day! 

Dear Prospective SCA Parent,

We would love to have your daughter Be a STAR for a Day and witness firsthand the tremendous opportunities that await her at SCA. During her Shadow Day visit, she will sit in on classes, meet teachers, attend Mass, tour our state-of-the-art facilities, and learn more about SCA’s athletics, arts, extracurricular programs, service learning, and the sisterhood!

We look forward to having your daughter spend a day with us! She will shine here!

To schedule your shadow day, click the yellow button and check the “be a Star for a day” box. This will give you a list of upcoming available shadow days.

Shadow Day Quick Facts

  • Unless otherwise specified, Shadow Days are held from mid-September to early May on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
  • The day begins at 8:30 a.m. and ends at 2 p.m. Drop off and pick up is at the Main Office.
  • Shadow Day registration must be received by the admissions office at least one week prior to the requested date.
  • Participants will be paired up with a St. Catherine of Siena student ambassador for the day and will attend classes, Mass, and lunch with the ambassador.
  • A complimentary lunch will be provided for student participants, or she may bring a lunch.
  • Shadow Day participants must be dressed appropriately and in modest attire.
  • Please bring a book to read, notebook, and pen.
  • Tablets, iPads, and phones are not permitted during the Shadow Day.

“The school lives up to their mission statement by unlocking the feminine genius in the girls who go there and providing us with the opportunity to discover who we are meant to be.”

MaryKatherine

“Recently attended an event at this school – very beautiful!”

Kenneth

“I have been very impressed with the teachers at this school. They both challenge the girls academically and show true concern for them on a personal level as well.”

SCA Parent

“Beautiful school!”

Rachel

“My family has had an excellent experience at this school so far. Beyond the beautiful new facility, I have been impressed with the teachers and the administration! They challenge the girls both academically and spiritually, they know them by name, and appear to have a genuine concern for each individual student. The school really feels like a family. As a parent, it is a blessing to me to know that my daughter is in such good hands when I drop her off everyday.”

SCA Parent

“The community service, the focus on virtuous living, and the sisterhood really instills compassion and respect for all of humanity.”

SCA Parent

“SCA is authentically and unapologetically Catholic. It’s excellence in academics and athletics is rooted in its mission to pass on the beauty of the Catholic faith in a way that is relevant to the modern world. The result is a constant focus on the character and virtue of its students, challenging them to be the best version of themselves not just academically, but spiritually as well.”

SCA Parent

“A crazy amount of extra curricular options-basically if you are passionate about it [SCA] will find a way to help you bring it to fruition!”

Leighanne

“This place (SCA) is about the best Catholic high school you can go to, in my opinion. The whole school isn’t just a school, but a family where everybody knows everybody. It’s a small enough school for that to be possible-and it’s really awesome! What makes SCA different is the people that make up the SCA family. There are no bullies and no one is mean to you. Everybody looks out for you and your teachers become friends….This place is really close to my heart.”

Alumna, Class of '12

“I was among one of the very first classes SCA ever had. As a pioneer and a student to be a part of the foundation of clubs and classes that continue today, I am beyond proud of how far the school has come. There were many ups and downs during my four years but an amazing experience overall. Today at college I still look back on and cherish my times at SCA, thankful for the connections, education and sisterhood I acquired. I am looking forward to seeing many more young women carry on the traditions my class and recent classes have set for the future.”

Alumna, Class of '14