We began our search for an alternative option to public school when our son Owen was entering 2nd Grade. By divine intervention, I met a woman at a book study that I was invited to by a friend. It was at that welcome night where I met Carrie, who introduced me to SCCS and the Dominican Sisters of St. Cecilia.
We toured SCCS one hot summer day, when the school was in disarray with many summer projects going on and no air conditioning, but as soon as we walked in the door and were greeted by a Dominican principal and an office lady, I knew we were home. Everything from the welcome, to the old staircase, to the creaky floors, it all had a homey charm.
Since then our journey with SCCS has been rewarding and a blessing to our family in so many ways. SCCS has partnered with us, as parents, to form our children in the Catholic Church and ensure the very best for them by teaching virtue and faith. We feel blessed by the teachers who genuinely care for them and the administration who puts time and discernment into choosing the appropriate curriculum for our children’s best academic needs.
- The Eberhardt Family