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Challenging Curriculum

We have three schools at St. Cletus, Early Education, Grade School, and Junior High. Each school addresses the academic, spiritual, social, and psychological needs of the students through diverse teaching strategies and extra-curricular activities.

A Cardinal’s Journey

In addition to a nurturing, caring and supportive environment, your children will embark upon a journey that will enable them to learn and grow intellectually, socially, emotionally, and physically.

Early Education

Early childhood is the time for developing your child´s academic, social, and spiritual growth. The St. Cletus early childhood program provides your child with a hands-on approach to learning through a variety of teaching strategies. The children participate in individual, small group, and whole group learning. In addition, they regularly attend music, library, technology, art, physical education, and Spanish class.

At St. Cletus School, we offer both half-day and full-day preschool and kindergarten options. Parents also have the option to seamlessly transfer their child from a half-day to a full-day program at the time of their choosing.

Grade School

Our elementary school program employs a growth mindset to instill resilience and a love of learning.  Students learn that their abilities and talents can be developed through dedication and hard work.  Students embrace challenges and see failure as a springboard for growth.

Junior High

During a time of growth in age, grace, and wisdom, our junior high teachers guide students to the next level. With a strong faith-based curriculum, students continue to grow their minds and acquire new skills and attributes.

Beginning in junior high, students also are required to perform service hours which creates an awareness of the needs of others and a readiness to serve others using one’s talents.

A St. Cletus Graduate is…

  • Faith-filled
    Understands the role of God in their life. Is forming a Christian conscience and evaluating moral choices.
  • Prepared 
    Is well ready for the academic challenges of high school and beyond. Achieves goals through commitment and hard work.
  • Curious
    They have developed a growth mindset and a desire to explore ideas and issues.
  • Responsible
    They accept the consequences of one’s words and actions without blaming others. Acts with dignity, kindness, consideration, and truthfulness.