General Curriculum

The overall curriculum of St. Patrick’s School is designed to support a holistic Catholic education. To that end, the curriculum has a strong focus on content that supports a Catholic Christian worldview and stresses the foundations of academics. Our curriculum is designed to be rigorous, growth oriented, encourage self-discipline, cross-curricular, and traditional.

The curriculum integrates faith and morals on all levels. For example, in history classes students are asked to morally judge historical figures and decisions based on the Christian perspective. In the younger classes, bible stories and fables are used as examples for writing and thinking. Often novel studies will overlap with lessons in Religion.


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First Grade News! May 13-17

–Reading – Our story this week is “Lissy’s Friends”. It is found on page 362 in the Literature Anthology book. The Genre is Realistic Fiction. The “Words to Know” are found

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Pre-K News

May 6th – May 10th, 2024 Week: 35 Theme: Ocean AnimalsLetter of the Week: ReviewSight Words of the Week: ReviewMath Concepts: Review Religion May virtue of the month is GENTLENESS.

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