St. Kieran Catholic School

Cultivating Faith, Excellence, and Integrity
1347 Camillo Way, El Cajon, CA 92021
East County

Your children can excel at St. Kieran Catholic School

1347 Camillo Way
El Cajon, CA 92021

Phone: (619) 588-6398

At St. Kieran Catholic School, students have the opportunity to learn in an environment that supports their families’ values, teaches them to love God, and gives them a solid foundation in the Catholic Faith. Our students learn the beautiful traditions and teachings of our Church and practice them in their daily lives.
Our dedicated teachers are credentialed and receive ongoing professional development to expand their knowledge and skills. We are committed to meeting each student’s needs and helping them develop their potential by providing small class sizes and individualized instruction.
St. Kieran students learn the value of service to others through community outreach. They are held accountable for developing habits of academic and personal responsibility and integrity, preparing them to live as Christian leaders and contributing citizens.

Mrs. Patricia Provo, Principal

Father Ben Davison, Pastor
St. Kieran Catholic Church

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Outside the Classroom

We offer clubs and activities including: Arts and Crafts, Theater, Choir, Handbells, Robotics, cooking, fencing, archery, Mad Science

Our Competitive Spirit

We offer athletics including: Soccer, Volleyball, Basketball, Football, Track and Field

The World Around Us

Students at St. Kieran Catholic School have the opportunity to learn additional languages including: English, Spanish

Our Learning Environment

Our learning environment features: Library, Computer Lab, Playground, Blacktop Activity Area, Church, Convent with Chapel, Auditorium with stage, Kitchen for cooking classes

We are all created equal.

We have served students gifted with: GATE Designation, English as a Second Language, IEP, Learning Difficulties, Speech and Language

Let's make it work.

St. Kieran Catholic School offers tuition discounts to families with multiple students in the same household.

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Today is the Feast Day of Saint Joseph — the Patron Saint of the Universal Church, families, fathers, expectant mothers, the dying, immigrants, house sellers and buyers, craftsmen, engineers, and working people in general. ✝️ Pray for us ❤️🙏 ... See MoreSee Less

Today is the Feast Day of Saint Joseph — the Patron Saint of the Universal Church, families, fathers, expectant mothers, the dying, immigrants, house sellers and buyers, craftsmen, engineers, and working people in general. ✝️ Pray for us  ❤️🙏

Today is the Feast Day of Saint Patrick ✝️ Pray for us

Patrick, born around 389 AD in Britain, was the fifth century bishop and patron of Ireland, whose life of holiness set the example for many of the Church's future saints. Known as the "Apostle of Ireland," he is the primary patron saint of Ireland.

At 16, Patrick (along with many others) was captured by pirates and sold as a slave in Ireland. Forced to work as a shepherd, he suffered greatly from hunger and cold. Looking after the animals, he lived in captivity for six years before escaping and returning to his family.

Patrick then studied the Christian faith at monastic settlements in Italy and France. He was ordained a deacon by the Bishop of Auxerre, France around the year 418 AD and ordained a bishop in 432 AD.

It was around this time when he was assigned to minister to the communities in Ireland. When Patrick returned to Ireland, he was able to use his knowledge of Irish culture that he gained during his years of captivity.

Early tradition regards him as the founder of Christianity in Ireland, converting a society practising a form of Celtic polytheism. He was a determined evangelizer and a courageous preacher.

Legend credits Patrick with teaching about the doctrine of the Holy Trinity by showing people a three leaf clover — also known as a shamrock — to help non Christians and new converts visualize the mystery of the Trinity. The shamrock, a single plant with three leaves, is similar to the one Triune God with three separate and distinct persons — God the Father, God the Son and God the Holy Spirit.

The additional leaf on a four leaf clover i🍀— which is considered lucky — represents Mary, the Mother of God. The luck is prosperity and grace given to us by the Holy Trinity through Mary. 🍀
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Today is the Feast Day of Saint Patrick ✝️ Pray for us

Patrick, born around 389 AD in Britain, was the fifth century bishop and patron of Ireland, whose life of holiness set the example for many of the Churchs future saints. Known as the Apostle of Ireland, he is the primary patron saint of Ireland.

At 16, Patrick (along with many others) was captured by pirates and sold as a slave in Ireland. Forced to work as a shepherd, he suffered greatly from hunger and cold. Looking after the animals, he lived in captivity for six years before escaping and returning to his family. 

Patrick then studied the Christian faith at monastic settlements in Italy and France. He was ordained a deacon by the Bishop of Auxerre, France around the year 418 AD and ordained a bishop in 432 AD.

It was around this time when he was assigned to minister to the communities in Ireland. When Patrick returned to Ireland, he was able to use his knowledge of Irish culture that he gained during his years of captivity. 

Early tradition regards him as the founder of Christianity in Ireland, converting a society practising a form of Celtic polytheism. He was a determined evangelizer and a courageous preacher.

Legend credits Patrick with teaching about the doctrine of the Holy Trinity by showing people a three leaf clover — also known as a shamrock — to help non Christians and new converts visualize the mystery of the Trinity. The shamrock, a single plant with three leaves, is similar to the one Triune God with three separate and distinct persons — God the Father, God the Son and God the Holy Spirit.

The additional leaf on a four leaf clover i🍀— which is considered lucky — represents Mary, the Mother of God. The luck is prosperity and grace given to us by the Holy Trinity through Mary. 🍀

SKCS Annual Golf tournament..... ... See MoreSee Less

SKCS Annual Golf tournament.....

🍀 2019 Leprechaun Traps 🍀
SKCS l❤ves St. Patrick's Day! ☘
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🍀 2019 Leprechaun Traps 🍀
SKCS l❤ves St. Patricks Day! ☘

Family BINGO Night this Thursday, 03/14 from 5:45 - 7:30pm in the Hall!!

Wear Green for a chance to win a Boogie Board!!

Pizza 🍕 and dessert 🍰 for Sale!!
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Today is the Feast Day of Saint Gregory the Great (Feast Days September 3 and March 12) - the Patron Saint of musicians, singers, students and teachers. ✝️ Pray for us ... See MoreSee Less

Today is the Feast Day of Saint Gregory the Great (Feast Days September 3 and March 12) - the Patron Saint of musicians, singers, students and teachers. ✝️ Pray for us

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Hope you have a blessed week!
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Remember ... no meat today 😊
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