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Discover Catholic Schools Week November 8-14, 2020

November 6, 2020

Catholic schools positively impact the lives of students, families and communities in which we live and serve. Discover the benefits of a Catholic education.

St. Paul the Apostle School

No matter what learning format you want for your child during this time – in-person, remote or hybrid – Catholic schools in the Diocese of Joliet welcome you to discover how “We Teach More” to students throughout DuPage, Will, Kendall, Grundy and Kankakee counties.

Discover Catholic Schools Week is November 8-14, 2020 and is designated to help schools connect with prospective families, donors, educators and the community. We want families to discover the benefits Catholic schools provide and find the right school to meet their needs.

With 54 schools educating students from pre-kindergarten through 12th grade, Diocese of Joliet Catholic schools collaborate with families to ensure open communication and partnership in the educational process. 

With physical health and wellness measures in place, each school’s pandemic operations plan best serves our students academically, emotionally, spiritually and socially. It is important for our students to socialize and have a normal routine. The stability and sense of community provided have a positive impact.

In Diocese of Joliet Catholic schools, students learn more, study with great teachers, discover their talents, achieve ahead of their peers and belong to something bigger. The formats in which our students learn may have changed, but our mission to prepare students for success in further education, a productive career and a life eternal with God remains unchanged. Your child's academic journey keeps God at the center through prayer, lessons and Mass.

Our school communities recognize the challenges families continue to face and are committed to providing support no matter how or where our students are learning. Discover the benefits and values of Catholic education. To find a Catholic school near you, visit www.WeTeachMore.org today.