At St. Croix Catholic, when we open the door to welcome a new student, we see a beautiful, unique life that has been Created for Greatness. We believe that God has a specific purpose for this person – and it’s our mission, in partnership with parents, to develop this child into the virtuous, faith-filled leader God intended.
St. Croix Catholic provides students with opportunities to develop 21st Century skills, along with a strong liberal arts education. This beautiful balance prompts students to focus on challenges relevant to the human race, and to be the compassionate, confident, Christ-centered leaders our world so badly needs.
We invite you to support this unique mission by making a contribution to our 2014 Service Marathon - with a school goal of $80,000. This annual fundraiser challenges each student, from Kindergarten through 8th grade, to make a commitment to perform 26 acts of service in a month's time, while raising $250 in support of the school. From October 15, 2014 through November 13, 2014, students are out in the community performing a wide variety of service projects, from packing food to visiting the elderly to caring for neighbors. Donors are invited to make donations to the school in honor of the children's work and in appreciation of the school's mission to form these young leaders. Donors are encouraged to dedicate their gift to a specific child or a specific family of St. Croix Catholic.
Located in historic Stillwater, St. Croix Catholic School educates children from preK through grade 8, and attracts families throughout the St. Croix Valley, from the east metro, and into western WI. For more information, call Diane Polley at 651.439.5581651.439.5581.
Service Marathon Underway!
On Wed., Oct. 15, we kicked off our 2014 Service Marathon - each student committing to 26 acts of service and raising money in support of the school's mission.
Tuition Assistance Grant
Donors giving through Catholic Community Foundation make possible new funding for tuition assistance.
All in God's Plan for 5th and 6th grade students
A Father/Son, Mother/Daughter Program
Wednesday, October 22
6:00 - 8:30 pm
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