Catholic Schools Week 2015

Doylestown school’s dance raises $2,400 for special ed school

Our Lady of Mount Carmel School's eighth graders planned and ran a Dance-a-thon that will benefit Our Lady of Confidence School. The pre-K to seventh grade students danced all afternoon and had fun doing it.

Good Shepherd Regional honors brave officers

During Catholic Schools Week, the Catholic school in Ardsley welcomed police, firefighters, EMTs to a Mass at Queen of Peace Church on Friday, Jan. 30. See our photo gallery.

St. Isidore School jumps into community service

The girls and boys of the Quakertown Catholic school wanted to raise $1,000 in a jump roping event. They raised five times that amount, and had fun doing it.

Hallahan prepares to declare it’s no place for hate

The archdiocesan high school for girls is not seething with animosities, but since no one is perfect, the school community is doing a little introspection on relationships to mark Catholic Schools Week.

Old is new: Regina Academies grow by teaching the classics in small classes

The four grade-school academies emphasize memorization, Latin and Catholic formation from the Catechism. Class sizes of about 10 students appeal to parents.

Nativity School’s students dance 6 hours to support kids with cancer

The Warminster Catholic school hoped to raise $8,000 in a one-day marathon of dancing and fun activities, in tandem with a Penn State University fundraiser. The students instead raised $38,000.

North Wales school honors local military servicemen

National Guard members from the Horsham Air Guard Station and veterans from Chalfont VFW Post #3258 visited Mary Mother of the Redeemer School at an assembly Jan. 26.

St. Mark School honors beloved pastor in Bristol

The archdiocesan Office of Catholic Education and the parish community surprised Father Dennis Mooney with an award for his dedication to the parish school and its students, which he called "the love of my life."

St. Christopher School honors local peace officers

Students from Kindergarten through eighth grades sang songs, gave thanks and presented plaques to 50 firefighters and police officers visiting the Northeast Philadelphia school this week.

Summer fun at the Academy of Notre Dame

The Villanova school is offering summer camps to give girls and boys ages 4-13 an active, adventurous and healthy summer.