On Sunday, January 29th, 2017 the Staten Island Catholic Elementary schools will gather to celebrate in unity the Annual Catholic Schools Week Mass as a kick off to Catholic Schools Week. The theme for the weeklong celebration, as chosen by the National Catholic Educational Association (NCEA), will be “Catholic Schools—Communities of Faith, Knowledge and Service”. The week is celebrated by the entire Staten Island Catholic school community, 22 regional, private and parish-based elementary schools.
Our schools are mission-driven and data-informed; integrating academic learning with enrichment activities and character development to help students develop spiritually, intellectually, socially and physically.
We are The Future of Education! The Catholic School Region of Staten Island is proud to announce that seven Catholic Elementary Schools recently received the Blended Learning Initiative Grant from the Richmond County Savings Foundation. The technology-rich learning program blends traditional classroom instruction and online learning with ChromeBooks in the classrooms. These schools join the several other schools that currently have embraced forward-focused innovation in teaching that is revolutionizing ways children learn on Staten Island.
We continue our collaboration with St. Joseph-by-the-Sea High School. Sixth, seventh and eighth grade students participate in the Seamless Online Learning Experience (SOLE) integrating the Blackboard online learning system, a college program using iPad technology as a tool for academic success.
Graduates move on from Catholic elementary school with a solid academic and social foundation necessary for the academic rigors of high school, college and beyond.
Our schools offer a Kindergarten through 8th grade education and most also offer Pre-K 3 or 4 year old programs, and FREE UPK. Children of all faiths are welcome. Visit www.BuildBoldFutures.org to learn more about the 22 Catholic Elementary Schools on Staten Island. Come visit us today—your child’s journey starts here!