"Welcome to Saint Catherine of Siena School...faith in education for over 59 years!"

Our balanced educational program inspires mind and body, heart and soul, and service to God and community.

Preschool 3 & 4

Our three and four year old preschoolers LOVE going to school and develop a positive self image in a safe, nurturing environment.


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Grades K—8

Our school provides your child with a solid combination of strong academics, Christian values, discipline, and responsibility that will stay with them for years.


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Video & Slideshows

Art History

Mr. DeCesare teaches Art History to our 5th grade class speaking about Leonardo da...

Singing for Seniors

Grades 4 & 5 sang for our Church Senior group during their recent Christmas...


What does geometry and Christmas have in common? Check out our 4th grade student’s...

Gr. 4 Elves

Check out our 4th grade elves helping to decorate the classroom for Christmas and...

Pumpkin Roll

Pumpkin rolling STEM project. Students learned simple physics concepts exploring forces,...

Pledge of Allegiance

May God Bless America!


SCS welcomed last week the addition of 26 new chromebooks to our mobile technology program. Students and teachers love them! Check it out…

Gr.5 Data

The 5th grade created surveys and polled classmates, teachers, and family to create frequency tables. They will use the information to find median, mode, range, and mean.

Passion Play

SCS 3rd Grade Passion Play. What a beautiful, prayerful, Holy Week tradition.

Easter Eggs PK4

Take peek at Mrs. Sprague’s preschool 4 class singing about their beautifully colored Easter Eggs.

Bagpipes Play

Preschool 3: Mrs . Velsor’s class experienced an amazing bagpipe performance…

Biography Gr.4

Grade 4 biography posters…

Survey says…

Mrs. McElroy’s 6th grade students completed their unit on data analysis…

Sensory Words

Students in 5th grade used sensory descriptive words to create their own unique cereal.