Evangelization and Catechesis
Catholic Biblical School
Graduation is a rite of passage, a symbolic transition in a student’s academic journey that sets him or her on the path to the next stage of life.
We all have a definition of a great teacher and maybe have had one in our school experience. One of our teachers, aspiring to be an administrator, writes an article that sincerely and meaningfully des
With summer vacation approaching, you may have started thinking about how you’re going to keep your kids busy on their multiple weeks off. Finding the right summer camp, might just be the answer.
Whichever variation of the Golden Rule you know, it always has the same meaning: Treat others as you would like to be treated. It’s a simple rule that nearly everyone knows, but unfortunately, not eve
It seems like your baby was just learning to crawl yesterday, and now it’s time to enroll him or her in kindergarten.
Deciding which type of school is right for your child is an extremely important responsibility that you have as parents, and you want to make the very best choice.
The schools in the Archdiocese of Hartford offer well-balanced, healthy lunches to all of our students. But sometimes, nothing beats a good homemade lunch. We've got some great suggestions for your ki
The new school year is upon us, and we have some great tips for getting even your most reluctant-to-let-go-of-summer student quickly back into the swing of things.
You may notice that something looks a little different around here. What was previously the Office of Catholic Schools is now called The Office of Education, Evangelization and Catechesis (OEEC).
The schools in the Archdiocese of Hartford understand that physical activity and athletic competition are keys to every student’s well-being, and we have integrated them into every one of our programs
One of the things that has always separated a Catholic education from a non-faith-based one is our belief in educating the mind, body, and soul.
We understand that modern technology offers our students opportunities that we could have never imagined possible. This digital world influences the way they learn, the way they communicate, and the o
Academic excellence is measured by much more than standardized test scores. However, it’s difficult to talk about the schools in the Archdiocese of Hartford without reflecting on our students’ achieve
The Superintendent’s Summa Scholar Award, embodied in an engraved medallion, recognizes high school seniors who will be graduating in the top 5% of their class based on their cumulative grade point av
In the public school system, zoning decides which school your child attends. On the other hand, if you send your child to a faith-based school, it is up to you to choose where she or he goes.
Why do these requirements matter to you? Well, because the reason you send your child to Catholic school is so she or he can receive an exceptional, above-standard curriculum with an emphasis on moral
“You are not wearing that to school!” Does this sound familiar? Getting your child up and ready for school can be challenging without having an argument over what she or he is going to wear.
Ethics. That’s a loaded word, but what does it mean? Merriam-Webster Dictionary defines ethics as “rules of behavior based on ideas about what is morally good and bad.”
You’ve chosen the perfect school for your child’s needs and completed the enrollment process. Now comes the actual transition and the start of an exciting new adventure!
We all have a mission in life, and that is to do our part in creating a world of good. Core values matter to us and we know they matter to you.
A crucial aspect of selecting a school is to make sure the one you are choosing is best suited to your child’s individual needs.
What is one of the most important things you can do to ensure your child’s bright future?
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