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Leadership

We believe in the dignity of every young woman and honor the gifts God has given by providing opportunities for her to use those gifts, personally or civically.

Leadership is the ability to give of oneself and better the world from a desire to serve as Christian disciples.  At St. Catherine’s we cultivate this desire by giving each student a voice and an opportunity to use their gifts. To do so, we encourage every young woman to listen to the voice within as it reveals the stirrings of her own heart so she can take a leap of faith and use her gifts to grow and respond to the world around her.

Student clubs and activities are created by students who want to enrich themselves and mature in the use of their gifts.  We nurture this growth by helping students find new ways to share of themselves and their talents, whether it is of the mind, the heart or the body.  God gives us many gifts, and He meant for us to share them! For this reason, we have a variety of extra-curricular activities and avenues for students to share of themselves.

Similarly, we structure service opportunities and experiential learning so students can further develop their gifts by giving of themselves to the broader community.

“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

“An excellent community for families that want to stay involved!”

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

“An excellent school that brings the girls together more like sisters rather than friends.”

Zina

“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

“[Teachers] care about the success of each student. They come early to help students and stay after school if necessary. They are a super dedicated faculty.”

SCA Parent

“Beautiful school!”

Rachel

“This school has a very strong faith atmosphere! The school is fairly new, but is starting to build a name for itself both spiritually and academically. The faculty and staff rock!”

Student, Class of '19

“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

“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