Engaging young Catholics in Catholic education in San Diego and Imperial counties is critically important to ensure the development of our future Catholic leaders in our parishes and in our communities. Funds designated for Catholic Education provide many opportunities for young Catholics to be able to attend Catholic schools through tuition assistance programs. They also provide Catholic schools with the ability to attract and retain outstanding Catholic leaders and educators to teach and develop our children. Catholic education provides a great way for Catholic children to develop and grow in their Catholic faith while attaining the knowledge and values to help them grow into responsible disciples of Christ. Read more at the Catholic Community Foundation of San Diego:
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St. Therese Academy – Prepared me for high school
St. Therese Academy prepared me for high school with a great education in a caring and loving atmosphere.
We Felt at Home
We transferred to BSPS from a school that we were with for 7 years. We were worried that it would be difficult to develop new relationships and feel at home like we did before. Shortly after transferring mid year, other families began to reach out to us to invite us to events and outings. We were treated so warmly by the rest of the families that we felt at home very soon after the transfer. Not only have my children been welcomed with open arms by their peers but the quality of education they receive is much higher than what we experienced in the past. I highly recommend this school to all prospective families.
St. Columba – School is welcoming
This school is very welcoming. We are in a good environment with good energy, and that makes us
the best that we can be.
St. Charles – Best decision I made
Moving from another school to St. Charles was the best decision I made. I can’t imagine how different it would be if I weren’t here because of all the memories and fun times you have daily.
Santa Sophia Academy – Nurtures a child’s soul
We not only teach academics, we nurture a child’s soul and from that, our students know they are a Child of God.