Academics

The goal of Catholic education is to integrate Christian values with the academic learning experience.

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We are committed to challenging students academically as well as spiritually.

Faith

Religious education is an important part of showing children how to live their faith each day.

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An engaging learning environment with state-of-the-art resources prepare today’s students for tomorrow’s world. In addition to Smartboards in every classroom, the integration of laptops, netbooks and ipads provide opportunities for connected learning and collaboration.

Caring and talented teachers enhance the curriculum with hands-on activities and inspire exploration. They challenge each student to develop critical thinking and reasoning skills. French and Spanish classes start in Kindergarten. Middle School students have opportunities to earn high school credits in foreign language, Algebra I, World History I & Earth Science classes.

Students build life-long relationships, strong values and a commitment to serving others within a supportive community rooted in the traditions of our Catholic faith. St. Bridget School is dedicated to the pursuit of excellence through academic, moral and spiritual growth.

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Dear Parents,

I am happy to let you know that Mr. George Sadler has accepted the call to become Principal of St. Bridget School beginning July 1, 2015.

Our Search Committee received more than 35 applications from across the country. The Committee also reviewed feedback posted by many of you on the Search Committee website and spoke to many parents and teachers. They embraced the priorities and attributes that you would like to see in our next Principal.

It was daunting to find someone to follow Mr. Honeycutt’s wonderful work here, and I know you will join me in prayers of gratitude for both of these good men.

Sincerely in Christ,

William Carr

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