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Parents

Welcome to our new online hub for parents! Here you’ll find access to FACTS, PowerSchool, Parent’s Club, Lunch Menu and other necessities.

Parents/Guardians, before your daughter leaves for school, please evaluate her health status using the daily student screening questionnaire.

Parents: Please evaluate your daughter’s health each morning prior to coming to school. In SECTION 1, please check your child for the symptoms listed. In SECTION 2, please review if your child has had possible exposure to COVID-19.

For more details from the CDC home screening, please visit: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/community/schools-childcare/symptom-screening.html

After reviewing SECTION 1 and SECTION 2, please review the above chart to determine if your daughter should stay home from school.

Students who are sick should not attend school in-person.

St. Catherine of Siena Academy does not require testing results as a part of the return to school policy. We encourage all families to monitor their health and follow directions from their state or local health department.

We are following guidelines referenced on the CDC website. https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/community/schools-childcare/symptom-screening.html

People with COVID-19 have had a wide range of reported symptoms – ranging from mild symptoms to severe illness. Symptoms may appear 2-14 days after exposure to SARS-CoV-2. Symptoms can include: Fever or chills; Cough; Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing; Fatigue; Muscle or body aches; Headache; New loss of taste or smell; Sore throat; Congestion or runny nose; Nausea or vomiting; Diarrhea

This list does not include all possible symptoms and children and youth with SARS-CoV-2 infection may experience any, all, or none of these symptoms. (See Symptoms of Coronavirus for more information).

Communications

The pre-Order Lunch Form is now OPEN for ordering for dates 9/28 – 10/9. Please submit by 9/26.

Introducing In Fiamme, our new blog at St. Catherine of Siena Academy, where you will find daily prayers and meditations during the week, periodic writings from the faculty, and messages from the principal and president. Some of St. Catherine’s works grew out of the plague, which was traveling through Europe, like our present days of uncertainty during the coronavirus. 

To visit the blog, click here.

Most recent posts from In Fiamme

“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.”

Alumna

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

Kenneth

“SCA proves you can educate young women to both get into Heaven and Harvard!”

SCA Parent

“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

“This high school experience is like none other you can get anywhere. There is joy and comradery and the girls are happy and excel. They are being supported and encouraged by staff. You can watch a girl come in who had a bad experience elsewhere, bloom here and become a different girl in a short time. Can’t say enough good about it. Thank God the founders had this vision and followed through with it. Well needed and we are very thankful!”

SCA Parent

“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

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

Chrissy

“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

“Another thing I enjoyed about the school was the athletics. I played four different sports at this school and I had the same experience with all of them. The coaches really cared about me, not just how well I was performing and I was treated respectfully on and off the court. Further more, I felt that I was really being pushed physically and mentally during practice which I value in any activity.”

Alumna

“This school is not only college prep, it is life prep. I know that my daughter is being educated to go out and make a positive difference in the world. She will graduate with the confidence and courage to lead wherever she goes in life. I love the principal, the teachers, and the families. It is such a blessing to be a part of the SCA Family. I know the friends my daughter has made will be her sisters for life.”

SCA Parent