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COVID-19 School Guidance

Information will be updated on this page as it is made available, please check back frequently. Updated 7-15-2020

Dear St. Catherine Community,

During these uncertain times, we will do our best to provide our community with consistent communication. The Office of Catholic Schools of the Archdiocese of Detroit (AOD) has been in regular communication with school principals within the AOD. St. Catherine’s leadership will meet with the AOD remotely twice a week and then disseminate any news which we have to share.

This page will serve to house all information and communications about school processes, procedures, event updates, and contingencies beginning on Monday, March 23, 2020, until the end of the pandemic.  We will continue to respond to the challenges COVID-19 presents and support our STARS and their families with reliable communication and the top-notch Catholic education our community deserves.


Most Recent Communications:

Communications from the Archdiocese of Detroit

May 2020, Communications/ Parent Newsletters

April 2020, Communications/ Parent Newsletters

March 2020, Communications/ Parent Newsletters

Congratulations Class of 2020! Visit our senior page where we are honoring all of our #SCAseniors #STARS!💜

Resources for Parents

Faith Resources

As a community, we not only celebrate daily Mass, but we also begin each day in prayer. We’ve compiled a list of resources to allow you to continue to pray as a family.

Live Stream Daily Mass – AOD
Prayers for the Faithful – AOD
Homily of Pope Francis, 3.27.2020
Full Recording of the Urbi et Orbi
♦ Pope’s Easter Urbi et Orbi message:
“The contagion of hope”
Pope’s Prayers to be said at the end of the Rosary to end COVID-19


Remember, O most gracious Virgin Mary, that never was it known that anyone who fled to thy protection, implored thy help or sought thy intercession was left unaided. Inspired by this confidence, we fly unto thee O Virgin of virgins, our Mother. To thee do we come. Before thee we stand, sinful and sorrowful. O Mother of the Word Incarnate, despise not our petitions, but in your mercy hear and answer us. Amen.

Act of Spiritual Communion

My Jesus, I believe that you are present in the Most Holy Sacrament.
I love you above all things and I desire to receive you in my soul.
Since I cannot at this moment receive you sacramentally,
Come at least spiritually into my heart.
I embrace you as if you were already there
And unite myself wholly to you.
Never permit me to be separated from you.

Prayer to St. Michael

St. Michael the Archangel, defend us in battle, be our protection against the wickedness and snares of the devil.  May God rebuke him we humbly pray; and do thou, O Prince of the Heavenly host, by the power of God, cast into hell Satan and all the evil spirits who prowl about the world seeking the ruin of souls. Amen.

COVID-19 Resources

♦ Per Oakland County, please contact your healthcare provider for coronavirus testing.  If you do not have a healthcare provider, please visit Oakland County Health.

♦ Oakland County has resources, including downloadable fact sheets to help raise awareness and increase understanding of the Coronavirus.

♦ Oakland County Confirmed Cases Coverage Map

♦ American School Counselor Association | ASCA Resources

♦ Child Mind Institute | Talking to Kids about the Coronavirus

AP College Board Resources

♦ National Association for College Admission Counseling | NACAC Resources

♦ MI Student Aid | Free Application for Student Aid (FASFA) Helps

In Fiamme

Introducing our new blog at St. Catherine of Siena Academy, where you will find daily prayers and mediations during the week, periodic writings from the faculty, and messages from the principal and president.

In-Person Teaching

I was so happy to see (and read) a journal article in support of in-person learning. On September 11, Phi Delta Kappan, a professional journal for educators, published an article entitled, “In-person learning’s tentative successes deserve more coverage.” The author begins by pointing out that if left up to the media, one would presume that with the start of the school year comes two things: remote instruction and COVID outbreaks. […]

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Exaltation of the Holy Cross

Today we celebrate the finding of the Cross on which Jesus died. September 14 is the day on which it is believed that Emperor Constantine’s mother, St. Helena, discovered a relic found at the site of Christ’s crucifixion and believed to be the cross. Our Church exalts the triumph of the Cross, the instrument of our redemption. To follow Christ, we must take up His cross and follow him. […]

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SCA National Merit Semifinalist

St. Catherine of Siena Academy is pleased and proud to announce that Isabella (Bella) Lardin, Class of 2021, has been selected by the National Merit Scholarship Corporation as a Semifinalist in the 66th annual National Merit Scholarship Program.   […]

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“My first day of freshman year was something I never expected, Saint Catherine just felt like home. The atmosphere, staff, and the student body were all so amazing. I knew from the second I came to the school that it was where I was meant to be. I am currently a senior and my experience so far has been one too remember I have grown mentally, physically, spiritually and my journey has been one to remember. I love SCA and all the girls I have met are truly going to be my sisters throughout my life, its an amazing school and is a place I will call home forever.”

Alumna, Class of '18

“[SCA] builds upon your faith and strengthen you academically throughout the four years in high school so that you are more than ready when you move on to college.”


“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

“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!”


“An excellent community for families that want to stay involved! Everyone has a different opinion and all students, staff, and faculty are respectful of it. I have never been in an environment that was so inviting and welcoming. It is easy to find a home in this school because the staff genuinely care about you and want you to succeed. It really is a beautiful place and a great experience. I am very lucky to have gone through high school there.”


“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.”


“I loved every minute at St. Catherine! The friends I made there will always be a part of my family. This school taught me how to be a strong, intelligent, independent woman who is strong in her faith. I am blessed to say I got to experience SCA.”

Alumna, Class of '18

“This high school builds the whole young woman intellectually, spiritually, and teaches the feminine genius approach to life. Amen!”


“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

“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

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