We know that when a love of learning begins in preschool you set the course for an active, interested student who will continue success in kindergarten and beyond. SCS is a home-away-from-home for our students where they can play, learn, socialize, and grow into their full potential.Read More
Kindergarten marks an important transition time from preschool to the primary grades. Our nurturing staff challenge their minds, excite their imaginations, guide them spiritually, and encourage them to be generous to others.Read More
We treat our students with dignity, and respect all children’s individual differences. We call students to grow into their best selves and to treat others with the same degree of dignity.Read More
SCS students pursue challenging academics that prepare them for success in the most competitive high schools. Taught by inspiring, caring teachers, SCS students excel every year, earning merit based scholarships and awards.Read More
Our teachers are exceptionally talented and dedicated. More than one-third of them hold master’s degrees. Recruited for their outstanding achievements and academic commitment to Saint Catherine of Siena School’s core values.Read More
Our school is an integral part of the parish of Saint Catherine of Siena and the Archdiocese of Newark. Our faculty, students, and families form a circle of support. We call our students to grow beyond themselves, addressing needs greater than themselves.Read More
Our balanced educational program inspires mind and body, heart and soul, and service to God and community.
Our three and four year old preschoolers LOVE going to school and develop a positive self image in a safe, nurturing environment.Read More...
Please call the school at 973-239-6968, we would love to meet you! Registration for the 2017-2018 school year begins January 3, 2017.Read More...
Our school provides your child with a solid combination of strong academics, Christian values, discipline, and responsibility that will stay with them for years.Read More...
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.