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Alexander M, 7th Grade Student, St. Michael Academy
My name is Alexander M., and I am a student at St. Michael Academy. I am in seventh grade, I have attended St Michael Academy for two years. I always thought that Catholic School was a waste. Little did I know, I was proven wrong very quickly. Catholic School has helped me a significantly amount. I feel that I have built a better relationship with God. When I go to school, I do not worry about bullying at all. I feel safe when I go to school. I also enjoy that there are not a lot of kids in my class. I get help when I need it. My teachers are great. The help me follow my dreams and help me with my academics. I am honored and blessed to be able to attend Catholic School. It is a true privilege. Thank you Bishop Flores, and Blessing our Future Scholarship for everything.
St. Columba – students love to volunteer
Every Tuesday I volunteer in the library. I love that I can be a part of the kids’ day when I want to, and when I am available.
Our Lady of Mt. Carmel – Stresses good citizenship
My son, Conrad is my third child to attend OLMC. Just like his brother and sister, he has received a wonderful education. OLMC stresses good citizenship and a strong faith-based on moral compass. My children willingly come home and discuss events at school, events in the world and their faith.
St. Michael Academy – a good foundation for leadership
Please extend this letter to the rest of the staff so that they understand they made a positive influence on yet another student… an Ivy League school applicant, president of my school (high school). Without my foundation at St. Michael Academy, I would not be who I am today.
St. Charles – A unique and nourishing environment
St. Charles provides a unique and nourishing environment for every child to develop their Catholic identity. The bi-weekly masses, sacrament preparation, and daily religion classes help each student to become more in touch with their faith. The teachers go above and beyond all expectations, they not only guide their students, but provide a wholesome example of Catholic living.